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Kent Wired

Skyler Chill is a sophomore communication studies major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at schill1@kent.edu.

Opinion: Be a part of the group

Skyler Chill December 4, 2014

For my last article this semester, I wanted to take the time to follow-up on my group and team project. I was amazed that we raised 2,300 books for Akron Children’s Hospital. We more than doubled our...

Skyler Chill is a sophomore communication studies major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at schil1@kent.edu.

Opinion: The hot topic of climate change

Skyler Chill November 24, 2014

Global warming is something I am very passionate about. It is very serious, and in this piece, I want to share my thoughts with you on some videos I have watched about the subject.The speaker in the first...

Skyler Chill is a sophomore communication studies major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at schil1@kent.edu.

Opinion: Dangers of bottled water

Skyler Chill November 16, 2014

When we buy bottled water we don’t think much of it. Yes, it keeps us hydrated, it’s good for our health and it’s portable. However, after watching the documentary “Tapped,” I will never purchase...

Skyler Chill is a sophomore organizational communications major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at schill1@kent.edu.

Opinion: The truth on teachers

Skyler Chill November 5, 2014

Since the beginning of elementary school, I can remember watching educational films in class. From Bill Nye the Science Guy to The Magic School Bus, I was exposed to a lot of them. However, do teachers...

Skyler Chill is a sophomore organizational communications major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at schill1@kent.edu.

Opinion: Do apps help or hinder?

Skyler Chill October 30, 2014

When browsing the iTunes App Store, you can find thousands of apps to download to your phone. Everything from Map My Run to Yoga Studio is available for download at any time. However, many people argue...

Skyler Chill is a sophomore organizational communication major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at schill1@kent.edu.

Opinion: Being effective as a team

Skyler Chill October 20, 2014

Making decisions in a group can be frustrating when members can’t agree. Today, I want to give you tips for working in a group and meeting your goals. Working with people in a group setting can be difficult,...

Skyler Chill is a sophomore organization communication major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at schill1@kent.edu.

Opinion: How much is too much?

Skyler Chill October 12, 2014

Seventy-two million dollars. That seems like a large amount of money, right? What would you do with $72 million? Maybe buy a new house, or a new car? Well, this figure is how much Lebron James is worth,...

Skyler Chill is a sophomore organizational communications major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at schill1@kent.edu.

Opinion: Nice people finish first

Skyler Chill October 5, 2014

As we are all aware, taking the high road isn’t always easy. It is a struggle to be the bigger person in any conflicting situation. Don’t you have that burning passion to get even? Well today I am...

Opinion: Get after fitness

Skyler Chill September 28, 2014

Something I am very passionate about is working out. I love nothing more than feeling the rush of endorphins, wearing my Nike gear and sweating up a storm.  I hope that reading my column can help you...

Opinion: Raising books for cancer

Skyler Chill September 18, 2014

For this week’s column, I wanted to share my project proposal for my communication class, “Communication in Small Groups and Teams.”When thinking about children, we envision little ones jumping rope,...

Opinion: I remember Sept. 11

Skyler Chill September 10, 2014

As we approach Sept. 11, we all have an opportunity to reflect on that tragic day in 2001. Being in first grade, experts have said I am the youngest age group that will remember this tragedy. With this...

Opinion: To Greek, or not to Greek?

Skyler Chill August 26, 2014

So you made it to Kent State, you survived your first days of class, and you met many new faces. Now what? The only thing left to do is find something to get involved with. Being on a campus with so much...

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