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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


Randale Richmond gave a presentation to the Kent State community on April 6 on why he should be selected as Kent’s next director of athletics. He spent a decade at Kent earlier in his administrative career and is now at Old Dominion University.

Randale Richmond closes athletic director search presentation

Randale Richmond has spent 10 of his 16 years in intercollegiate athletics at Kent State, and he returned Tuesday to give the final presentation from the candidates for Kent’s next director of athletics.Currently,...

Freshman medical technology major Eindre Win said “Bridgerton” inspired her to buy a corset. Photo courtesy of Eindre Win.

‘Bridgerton’ ignites revival of corset trend

Catie Pusateri Reporter February 8, 2021

Fashion trends often resurface after a decade or two, but a recent trend emerged from the Regency period. Corsets, garments typically used to achieve a smaller waist, found their way into modern fashion...

Taylor Rae Fox as Mary Phagan and Matthew Hommel as Leo Frank in the musical, Parade on Feb. 21 in the Center for Performing Arts. The musical revolved around a rape case and the lynching of a Jewish man.

Social justice comes to the stage in Kent State’s production of “Parade”

Lindsey Sellman Reporter February 23, 2020

Theatre students challenged audience members to think about social justice during the opening night of their production of “Parade,” a musical that covers issues such as media sensationalism and antisemitism.“It...

Jess Tanner, a graduate theatre studies major, as Irena Gut Opdyke in a rehersal for Kent State’s production of Irena’s Vow in Wright-Curtis Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016.

Theater groups address diversity on campus through art

Benjamin VanHoose January 25, 2017

Hollywood isn’t the only level of the entertainment industry working to broaden its inclusion. Locally, theatre organizations on campus commit to telling stories of varying backgrounds and offering equal...

Opinion: Learning to be selfish

Amanda Anastasia Paniagua December 6, 2015

A trusted mentor once said to me, “Amanda, every once and awhile you have to learn to be selfish.”When I first heard this, I was taken aback a little because I didn’t quite fully understand what...

The Exchange: Celebrity activism

January 31, 2015

The Exchange: Jan. 30, 2015 from on Vimeo.The first episode of The Exchange with Marvin Logan tackles celebrity activism concerning the issues of diversity and social justice.

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