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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

 

Go with the flow: A herstory of menstrual equity advocacy at Kent State University

Brianna Camp Reporter May 11, 2021

Chapter 1: Cassie“Period poverty is not a “women’s issue,” it is a human’s issue. Because without periods there wouldn’t be people, right?” Cassandra Pegg-Kirby stands in her kitchen, cleaning...

Attendees posing at the 2019 LavGrad ceremony.

LGBTQ+ Center prepares virtual environment for Lavender Graduation

Cameron Aloway Reporter April 6, 2021

During the week of April 26, the LGBTQ+ Center will host its annual Lavender Graduation. The ceremony highlights graduating LGBTQ+ students and allies at Kent State.To accommodate for restrictions due...

The department of Kent State’s Police Services located in Stockdale Safety Building.

Despite continuous efforts, campus police and marginalized communities maintain disconnect

Cameron Aloway reporter March 25, 2021

Campus police have tried implementing several methods and programs to connect with marginalized students; however, both parties felt unsatisfied. In light of the global movement of Black Lives Matter,...

Chazzlyn Jackson is the candidate for the Student Body President for USG in the ’21-’22 school year. 

Meet the Candidates: Meet the Directors

Blake Westover, Reporter Ashley Blood, Reporter Lindsey Vlasic, Reporter March 15, 2021

Student Body President Candidate: Chazzlyn JacksonQ: What is your platform? A: “I am dedicated to a climate of inclusivity, advocacy and wellness. I want to enhance the student life experience through...

Q&A: President Todd Diacon

KentWired Staff February 14, 2020

Editor’s note: KW interviewed President Todd Diacon Feb. 13, 2020. The following transcript has been edited for length and clarity.KW: What did we learn from the spring 15-day numbers compared to the...

Photo illustration by Chelsae Ketchum

Party registration program off to slow start

Mariam Makatsaria October 20, 2014

Seven months after Kent City Council voted to approve a party registration program, only 14 hosts have utilized the program and noise complaints have decreased only slightly.“During my 18 years of work...

(From left) Hearing officer Lucy Omar, hearing officer and convener Lisa Oddo and residence hall director John Hummell share introductions with a student before beginning a hearing panel in the office of student conduct, located in Beall/McDowell Hall, early Tuesday, April 15, 2014.

Managing misbehavior

Elaina Sauber April 15, 2014

Anthony Maul had been having parties with alcohol in his room while serving as a Resident Assistant in Verder Hall for more than a year before finally getting caught in October 2012. Around a dozen people...

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