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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Front of Student Support Services office located at the Center for Undergraduate Excellence.

Student Support Services finds new challenges and successes with transition to virtual climate

Cameron Aloway Reporter March 14, 2021

Forced to pull in-person engagement due to the pandemic, Student Support Services instilled new adjustments to its program that proved to be a new challenge for the program.The support network for first-generation...

In this Jan. 14, 2021 photo, President-elect Joe Biden speaks during an event at The Queen theater, in Wilmington, Del. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Biden calls for racial justice in inaugural speech as civil rights leaders demand action

Nicquel Terry Ellis, CNN January 20, 2021

(CNN) -- President Joe Biden called for racial justice and unity in America on Wednesday, acknowledging that the nation has been deeply divided by political forces and systemic racism.Biden, in his inaugural...

Kent State’s mascot Flash Guy shows off KSU2U drive-in events in various Ohio locations. Courtesy of Kent State Admissions Office employees Erica Collins and Corey Stamco.

KSU2U: Drive-in recruitment for prospective students

Morgan McGrath Feature writer November 20, 2020

With the rise of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. over the past few weeks, public spaces like restaurants, shopping centers and universities have implemented increasingly strict restrictions to minimize the...

New Office of University Outreach and Engagement to connect public school students with colleges

Megan McSweeney Reporter October 14, 2020

The new Office of University Outreach and Engagement is set to connect with the surrounding community with the goal of getting students to Kent State and, more importantly, college. Dana Lawless-Andric,...

Kel Reed is a career advisor for the Career Services office in the College of Business Administration at Kent State. 

Online job applications more than a few clicks

Dylan Bowers Reporter February 16, 2020

Applying for jobs online embodies the process of finding a job in the year 2020. As student tenure winds down at Kent State, getting a job quickly jumps to the top of the list of priorities.Job applications...

Alpha Xi Delta house sits separate from the rest of the sororities, located on Summit St. Although this sorority is less costly, the house is in the process of renovating.

Sorority Recruitment Change: One Year Later

Samantha Simcox September 10, 2019

In 2018, Kent State’s Panhellenic Council changed the length of sorority recruitment so women have more time for school and work.According to an article published on KentWired, Panhellenic Council lengthened...

School of Art sees growth in enrollment, credits recruitment efforts

Alexandra Sobczak September 16, 2018

Despite Kent State’s overall drop in enrollment this fall, the School of Art experienced an enrollment increase of nearly 23 percent.There are 360 undergraduate students in the school this fall, 82 more...

Sorority Poster

Kent State implements formal sorority recruitment changes

Hannah Kelley September 8, 2018

Starting this fall, Kent State’s Panhellenic Council implemented changes to the sorority recruitment process, focusing even more on a values-based recruiting system. The length of this year’s fall...

Sorority recruitment re-gears process toward relationship-building

Miranda Marinello September 14, 2017

Beginning Tuesday, over 1,000 undergraduate sorority women and potential future sisters will be in the Student Center for Panhellenic recruitment.Kent State’s eight sororities plan to focus on values-based...

President Beverly Warren holds up a copy of The Kent Stater in the George Urban Board of Trustees Conference Room on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015. She told the board about the signing of an agreement with Vietnam’s Hanoi University for a partnership that happened on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2015.

The cost of branding Kent State

Megan Hornyak and Jimmy Miller September 9, 2015

The university officially signed a $2.3 million dollar contract Wednesday to help propel the vision President Beverly Warren and the Board of Trustees have for Kent State.The board approved paying a $2.3...

Recruitment leads to record-breaking classes

Erica Batyko September 25, 2014

Kent State’s recruitment efforts led to the third largest class in university history.The class of 2018 has 4,245 students and the highest incoming GPA, according to the university census.The Admissions...

Members from Kent States sororities participate in Sorority Information Night Thursday, Sept 3, 2014.

‘Go Greek!’ Is it really for me?

Gabrielle Martinez September 4, 2014

It’s not four years — it’s for life.Formal recruitment takes place from Sept. 16-21 and allows potential new members to learn about all seven chapters.“I met people right away,” said Anna Lood,...

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