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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Kent State students join campaign to support student veterans

Samantha Meisenburg February 28, 2016

Supporters of Student Veterans of America (SSVA) is a movement for those wanting to help student veterans transition into the classroom. New to the Kent community, SSVA is a local affiliate of Student...

May 4 Visitors Center to present special showing of ‘Dick Cavett’s Vietnam’

Taylor Meade April 28, 2015

The May 4 Visitors Center will host special showing of “Dick Cavett’s Vietnam” and a discussion in celebration of 45th Annual May 4 Commemoration. The event will take place in Room 177 of The Schwartz...

Main Street Kent, local eateries to present ‘Seven Courses of Kent’ dinner party

Taylor Meade April 8, 2015

Main Street Kent will present “Seven Courses of Kent” at Laziza beginning at 6 p.m. on April 26.Courses will be served from Laziza, Taco Tontos, Pufferbelly, 157 Lounge, Bricco, Taproot Catering and...

‘Cultural Café’ to teach KSU community about Albania, Qatar

Taylor Meade March 28, 2015

The Office of Global Education will host a “Cultural Café” to broaden the community’s knowledge of the countries Albania and Qatar.The event will take place in room 310 of the Student Center on...

‘Modest Me: Breaking the Stereotype’ to break down empowerment and modesty in the Arab world

Taylor Meade March 12, 2015

The Arabic Student Association will host “Modest Me: Breaking the Stereotype” in celebration of Women’s History Month.The event, funded by Undergraduate Student Government, will take place in Bowman...

Credit hour cap might revert to old policy

Tristan Buirley October 8, 2014

When the credit hour cap was implemented in 2012, many students and faculty protested, but after two years on campus, its days migh be numbered.Some university and government officials have insinuated...

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