The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


Customers sit at the bar at Sauce in the City.

From entrepreneurship to Cleveland, how a KSU alum opened his own restaurant

From hustling to sell his “Vic Fries” that were created in Leebrick Hall, Kent State alumni Victor Searcy credits his entrepreneurship knowledge to the resources Kent State offered him as a student.The...

Tony Snyder has cerebral palsy and works in the Kent State University library as a Copyright and Interlibrary Loan Associate. He works on processing interlibrary loan requests that will eventually result in items from the libraries being sent across the country and worldwide. Snyder says, Interlibrary loan is like having the worlds libraries at your fingertips.

Becoming an ally of the disabled takes information, understanding

Dealing with misconceptions about his physical condition doesn’t stop Tony Snyder, a Kent State copyright and library loan associate, from excelling in life and his career.Snyder has cerebral palsy,...

Gracen Gerbig, a senior biology major, works at the Quad Desk for Lake, Olson, Stopher and Johnson residents on Oct.31, 2019. 

Benefits and drawbacks of on, off-campus jobs

College students face multiple expenses each semester when enrolled in school. This includes costs for tuition, books, food, housing, travel and other necessities to live. College students constantly search...

OPINION: After Halloween, another consideration

E. Timothy Moore, Emeritus Professor Guest Columnist October 28, 2019

In America, Halloween celebrations have always involved children going door to door in neighborhoods asking the words “trick or treat” while wearing costumes of ghosts, goblins, monsters, witches,...

KCS wins Ohio’s Distinguished Student Organization award

In a round robin presentation surrounded by four teams that consisted of college alumni, professors and people with PHDs, the Kent Communication Society (KCS) took an award back home. KCS celebrated winning...

Professors Rick Ferdig, Cheng Chang Lu and Karl Kosko sit behind some of the technology that supports their project.

Over $1.4 million awarded to fund teacher training videos

Linden Miller September 2, 2019

A set of Kent State professors recently received a grant of $1.48 million to fund their innovative video project. Karl Kosko and Richard Ferdig, two of the professors who received the grant, teach at...

Schultz listens as one of her students in her feature writing class pitches a profile story in class Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019.

Kent State’s Pulitzer Prize-winning professional-in-residence may be the next First Lady

Valerie Royzman March 4, 2019

Editor’s note: A little more than three years ago, Connie Schultz came to Kent State to teach journalism. In that time, no profiles focusing on her work here were written. I didn’t know Connie, but...

Comments (0)

Activate Search
The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2