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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Caitlin Woodward is a junior nursing major at Kent State University. 

Kent State student’s research into the Careol project impacts her perspective on nursing

Morgan Boyd Reporter March 31, 2021

Last semester, as a part of her honors course work in the nursing program, senior Caitlin Woodward had to collaborate with a faculty member to conduct research. Originally hoping to find a study based...

Yuko Kurahashi is a professor in the School of Theatre and Dance at Kent State University. 

Kent State professor’s 20 year long study leads her to question personal identity

Morgan Boyd Reporter February 24, 2021

Yuko Kurahashi, a professor in the school of Theatre and Dance at Kent State university, is an Asian American theatre specialist but does not like to be defined to that one title.  Kurahashi was born...

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Students learn about highs, lows of marijuana in drug class

Madeline Crandall April 19, 2017

The undergraduate course “Drug Use and Misuse” takes an in-depth look at 11 different drugs throughout the semester. Amanda Burke, assistant professor of health sciences, teaches the class. Her areas...

Study abroad program in Ghana to begin next year

Lauren Rathmell April 17, 2016

A new study abroad program through Kent State's Department of Pan African Studies will bring students to Ghana next May.Under the leadership of Mwatabu Okantah, assistant professor of Pan-African Studies,...

Study Spaces

Students express favorite study areas and habits

Paige Verma October 13, 2015

Students face numerous challenges when studying, and one factor is finding a place to hit the books.From an article on USA Today, according to the National Survey of Student Engagement’s findings, the...

Best Place to Study: University Library

Lily Martis April 7, 2015

University LibraryLooking for a place to study? Kent State’s University Library offers 12 floors of study space, each with its own distinct vibe.Students can head to the fourth floor for a group project...

Living in residences halls provides academic and social benefits to students

Lauren Biertempfel February 9, 2015

Kent State University’s Residence Services offers many programs and services to help students’ transition into life on a college campus.  Students have the option to request to live in communities...

(From left) Jake Mcclellan , Kalia Powers, Kaitlyn Thissen and Rachael Kobalchin work on a class project during a study session in the library, April 8, 2014.

Best Place to Study

Erin Zaranec April 9, 2014

University LibraryKent State’s 12-floor library is a go-to study spot for many students.Each floor has a distinct vibe to it, so if you’re looking for a spot to work on a group project, head to the...

Study explores racial bias

Michael Lopick January 20, 2014

The words “ignorant” and “educated” flashed in front of study participants for 33 milliseconds right before they were shown a picture of a middle-aged black man. Later, they were shown seven pictures...

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