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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


Online Master’s in Nursing Program Ranks 68 of 179 in U.S. News

Jordan Bryski, Reporter March 8, 2022

Kent State’s online Master’s in Nursing Program was ranked in the top half of public institutions by the U.S. News Best Online Programs of 2022.   The online MSN has several concentrations, including...

OPINION: Are we cultivated to be entertained 24/7?

Gregory Hess Opinion Writer March 10, 2021

On the surface, we are creatures of habit and engagement. The former being an ever-growing concern in the younger generations over the older generations as we go into this new decade after the 2010s. As...

Pictured are the four Kent State University students who were killed on May 4, 1970. From left to right are Allison Krause, William Schroeder, Sandra Scheuer and Jeffrey Miller.

May 4 50th Commemoration will be held completely online

Sara Crawford Assigning Editor April 17, 2020

As schools and businesses close down due to the coronavirus pandemic, Kent State has announced through an email to students, faculty and staff that the May 4 50th commemoration will be entirely virtual. In...

Spring 2020 commencement will be hosted virtually due to state guidelines

Kent State University announced that the spring 2020 commencement will be virtual in accordance with Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s order to avoid large gatherings due to COVID-19.Students, faculty, staff,...

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ANTI-SOCIAL MEDIA: I signed offline for two months — here’s why

Abigail Miller January 16, 2019

Five websites, six accounts and no sense of reality — that’s my life with social media.It started at the age of 11, when my older brother and his friends introduced me to Myspace. I went from being...

Caitlin Smith and Ronnie Exline met on Twitter in 2013. The couple just celebrated their two-year anniversary. 

Scroll, Swipe, Satisfied: Online dating enters the app world

Endya Watson September 7, 2015

From 2005 to present, the online dating scene has hit an all time high, one that Kent State students are in on themselves. The Pew Research Center reported in 2005 that 44 percent of people felt online...

College students more likely to be victims of identity theft

Alexandria Valverde March 8, 2015

Identity theft possible threat for KSU students from on Vimeo.From buying books online to accessing social media accounts, college students’ online information has become ripe for identity...

Combating digital identity theft starts with awareness and education

Julianne Calapa February 8, 2015

The growing popularity of sharing personal information on the Internet creates a concern for digital identity protection.Approximately 16 million people experience some type of identity theft each year...

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