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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Opinion: Books don’t harm children, but censorship does

Jamie Brian Opinion Writer February 11, 2022

If censorship efforts succeed, school libraries across the United States will have empty shelves in the places where diverse literature once stood. Attempts to remove library books depicting race, the...

What are they going to call us next?

Sophie Young Reporter February 6, 2022

The English language enveloped words from other cultures just as European nations enveloped “discovered” countries into their empires. As a result, English-speakers are left with phrases that are a...

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“Solidarity Today For a Better Tomorrow:” Nobel Peace Laureate Rigoberta Menchu Tum speaks to young activists on how to grow into their power

Brianna Camp Reporter May 7, 2021

Nobel Peace Laureate Rigoberta Menchu Tum visited Kent State and spoke to how the pandemic has affected poverty and human rights and provided guidance on how young activists can take control of their situations...

Mia Baker shares her experience as a humanitarian photographer. 

OPINION: Is the dream job really the dream job?

Kelly Krabill Opinion Writer December 10, 2020

Each year PDN (Photo District News) Magazine’s June issue covers PDN’s 30, the magazine’s choice of new and emerging photographers to watch. And for over a decade I faithfully read June’s top 30...

Comedian Anjelah Johnson’s tour bus sits near downtown Cleveland while she does stand-up inside. Johnson was on a two-month stand-up tour across the U.S. in 2019.

OPINION: Comedian Anjelah Johnson performs stand-up after eight months

Kelly Krabill Opinion writer November 14, 2020

Comedian Anjelah Johnson had her first stand-up show in eight months on Oct. 27 in Nashville, Tennessee at Zanies Comedy Club. Johnson made the announcement on Instagram saying, “I’m here in Nashville...

Marino teaches feature writing and business of publishing. 

JMC Professor Jacqueline Marino wins Distinguished Teaching Award

Katie Thompson Teaching reporter November 10, 2019

When journalism professor Jacqueline Marino spent the semester as part of Kent State’s Washington Program in National Issues, she knew she was meant to be a journalist. Marino teaches in the School...

The Kent State womens golf team after its Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate win. Photo courtesy of Kent State Athletics.

Top finishes by Panthong, Stormo power women’s golf to 2nd-straight win

After the last round on Sunday, a Kent State golfer was sure to win the tournament.KSU’s Pimnipa Panthong and Karoline Stormo had tied for first at eight-under-par 205 and were headed to a playoff. The...

Men’s golf preparing for Bank of Tennessee

Chris Yamnitsky October 7, 2015

Following their team victory at the Cleveland State Invitational, the Flashes must turn back around and compete in the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate.“They got to have some confidence, not just in...

Men’s track and field continue record-breaking season

Quentin Smith April 19, 2015

After breaking old records and setting news ones in the Tennessee Relays from April 9 to 11, Kent State duplicated that same success when the team broke a total of four records over the weekend.The team...

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Men’s track dominant at Tennessee Relays over the weekend

Quentin Smith April 12, 2015

Men’s track had a record-breaking outing over the weekend when they participated in the Tennessee Relays in Knoxville, Tennessee.On Thursday, two hurdlers received first place finishes: senior Miles...

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