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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

President Beverly Warren address questions at the Town Hall meeting on Monday, Feb. 22, 2016 in the Student Center Ballroom Balcony.

Warren discusses initiatives at town hall meeting

Zachary Ezzone February 23, 2016

Kent State President Beverly Warren further explained the new branding initiative and answered questions from faculty and students at an open meeting on Monday afternoon.Warren elaborated on the new strategic...

Students stand around the bonfire held in Manchester Field after the official announcement of Kent States rebranding on Monday Feb. 1, 2016.

New branding draws student support

Sierra Allen February 2, 2016

Kent State students attended the unveiling of #UndeniablyKSU, the university’s new brand on Monday.A live band opened the celebrations before guest speakers from the faculty explained how Kent State...

Board of Trustees increases 16-credit hour cap to 18, waits to set in-state tuition

Jimmy Miller and Emily Mills June 4, 2015

Kent State’s Board of Trustees voted to push the threshold of the credit hour cap from 16 to 18 credit hours and not raise undergraduate in-state tuition pending the release of the state budget in its...

Our View: Historic identity and perspective

Editorial Board May 4, 2015

Summary: The history of May 4 and how it relates to Kent State is well-known to both current and former students, as well as people outside the university community. It is part of our history and we must...

An aerial shot of the May 4 Memorial, with Taylor Hall on the right, and Blanket Hill center.

Rebranding discussion involves campus history, May 4

Jimmy Miller May 3, 2015

As President Beverly Warren and the university identify aspects of the Kent State rebranding process, perhaps one of the most controversial parts of the discussions remains what to do with May 4, 1970.Warren’s...

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