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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


Members of Kent State community reflect on Buffalo shooting

Kennedy Gotham, Reporter May 16, 2022

Nearly 100 students, faculty and staff attended a virtual town hall meeting Monday to reflect, discuss and digest the May 14 shooting in Buffalo, New York. The suspected gunman killed 10 and injured...

University officials discuss vaccination requirements, exemptions, repercussions at town hall meeting

Emma Andrus Reporter Alexandra Golden Reporter November 17, 2021

As the Dec. 20 deadline approaches for Kent State’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement, a panel of university representatives discussed details of the requirement and information about exemptions at a...

Lo Denmon, assistant director of the LGBTQ+ Center, spoke about being a queer first-generation college student at the townhall on Thurs. Sept. 23. Denmon holds a bachelors in psychology and a masters in professional counseling and college student affairs.

Kent town hall discusses safe spaces in education

Reegan Saunders Reporter September 26, 2021

Education is a necessary part of growth, but it is often inaccessible, Lo Denmon, assistant director of the LGBTQ+ Center, told a Kent State town hall Thursday. As a queer first-generation college student,...

KSU President Todd Diacon shared the news of $1 million in support of the Anti-Racism Task Force’s recommendations.

Kent State devotes $1 million to support recommendations from Anti-Racism Task Force

Chris Bright Reporter April 20, 2021

Following the racist vandalism on campus, Kent State’s Anti-Racism Task Force discussed the recommendations its subcommittees have created in response to the needs of diverse groups on the university’s...

Students and administrators met in an virtual town hall meeting, Thursday, Sept. 10.

Students, administrators discuss how they’ll address racism, hate speech at town hall meeting

Lyndsey Brennan General assignment reporter September 11, 2020

Two hundred and fifty eight Kent State administrators, students, faculty and alumni attended a virtual town hall Thursday organized to address what administrators and student organizations are doing about...

Sex Week: LGBTQ+ ally training

Kennedi Combs Diversity reporter October 23, 2019

On Wednesday, Oct. 23, Kent State’s LGBTQ+ Center hosted the How to be a LGBTQ+ Ally seminar as a part of the scheduled Sex Week activities.The host and main speaker, Ken Ditlevson, director of the LGBTQ+...

During a town hall Friday afternoon, former Vice President Joe Biden asked a New Hampshire audience to imagine what it would have been like if Barack Obama had been assassinated when he became the Democratic nominee for president in 2008 and how it wouldve affected the country. (AP file photo)

Biden misstates Kent State May 4 numbers at town hall appearance

Arlette Saenz, CNN August 24, 2019

(CNN) -- During a town hall Friday afternoon, former Vice President Joe Biden briefly discussed the May 4, 1970 shootings at Kent State University, misstating the number of people shot by the National...

Health fair

Center for Adult and Veteran Services organize first health fair

Mariah Hicks February 21, 2018

Many of Kent State’s veterans will be bringing their questions about health care and benefits to the Student Center on Wednesday.The Center for Adult and Veteran Services, also known as the CAVS office,...

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