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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The 2019 Washington Program in National Issues students at the Capitol Building during a coffee hour with Senator Sherrod Brown. 

Kent State’s Washington Program in National Issues gives students future opportunities

Juniors and seniors at Kent State who are curious about the government or have a passion for politics can apply to the Washington D.C. internship program.The program was started in 1973 by the main founder...

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Students, faculty speak out on national #MeToo movement

Emily McMahan December 3, 2017

The trending social media hashtag #MeToo has sparked an open conversation about sexual violence and harassment online, assuring victims they are not alone.The hashtag is in response to the New York Times'...

Carley Hull is a senior magazine journalism major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at chull9@kent.edu.

Opinion: Are there skeletons in Bill Cosby’s closet or fame-hungry accusers?

Carley Hull November 17, 2014

The quintessential sitcom dad, Bill Cosby, hasn’t been in the news for his fatherly persona, but instead has come under scrutiny for possibly being a rapist. After comedian Hannibal Buress accused Cosby...

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