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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Kent State represented by four alums in MLB postseason

Nicholas Pedone Sports reporter October 4, 2020

Major League Baseball’s 60-game regular season has concluded and four Kent State baseball alumni have advanced to the postseason.Kent’s baseball program led the Mid-American Conference by a wide margin.The...

Kent State University Library on Kent campus. 

Kent State University Library: What to expect from the tallest building in Portage County this fall

Ciana WhiteReporter July 2, 2020

The University Library is a staple on Kent State’s main campus. With the coronavirus pandemic still leering over our heads, some places are still closed. However, the library will be reopening for the...

Underclassmen Prove Vital for Track Team

Samantha Lough February 13, 2016

The underclassman of Kent State’s track and field stepped up at the Spire Invitational.   Sophomore Gabrielle Figueroa finished third in the weight throw, sophomore Taylor Williams set a personal-record...

Fender bender causes minor damage

Minor injuries were sustained in a Morris Road car accident at approximately 9 p.m., Tuesday.Lieutenant Mike Lewis of the Kent City Police said a Nissan SUV pulled out of Eagle’s Landing Apartment complex...

Smartphone Tactics: Apps you’ll need to succeed

Taylor Williams August 23, 2014

Most college students these days have a smartphone. Whether you’re an incoming freshman looking for a way to connect with your fellow classmates or an upperclassman wanting to stay in shape or jam to...

TechHelp supports student technology with advice

Taylor Williams August 21, 2014

College students are constantly surrounded by technology, whether it’s a cell phone, laptop, camera, video recorder, etc. At some point this technology could cause stress or problems for them. Kent State...

News on the go: March 11, 2014

Taylor Williams March 10, 2014

On Monday, Judge Col. James Pohl refused to dismiss charges against Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair after reviewing newly disclosed emails. The judge said the military might have improperly moved forward with...

News on the go: March 4th, 2014

taylor williams March 4, 2014

The U.S. and major allies rallied a strong Western front on Monday to convince Russia to step back from a military takeover of Ukraine’s Crimea region. President Obama labeled this Russian advance as...

News on the Go: Feb. 25, 2014

Taylor Williams February 25, 2014

With the Olympics coming to a close Sunday evening, Russian president Vladimir Putin is faced with responding to the turmoil in Urkaine, a country he has named vital to Russia. Backing the groups in Ukraine’s...

News on the go: Feb. 4th, 2014

Taylor Williams February 3, 2014

Officials are moving to require automobile makers to supply new technologies in vehicles that will allow cars to warn each other when they are at risk of danger. This new technology has the potential to...

Update: Power plant costing upward of 2 million

Taylor Williams January 13, 2014

After catching fire in September, the Kent State power plant has seen repairs costing around 2 million dollars.Tom Euclide, associate vice president of facilities planning and operations, said while the...

News on the go: Jan. 14, 2014

Taylor Williams January 13, 2014

Parts of West Virginia lift a tap water ban after 300,000 people were not allowed to drink, wash or cook with the water due to a chemical spill near Elk River. The chemicals were not considered hazardous...

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