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KentWired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

KentWired

Judy Shepard says have acceptance, not ignorance, in life

Tristan Buirley April 9, 2015

With around 50 people of ranging ages and backgrounds in the audience, Kent State hosted Judy Shepard, whose son was killed in a hate crime for being gay, Thursday night in the Schwartz Center auditorium...

Kimberly Medicinehorn Jackson discusses the Dakota Hangings of 1862 at Soup and Substance in the Student Multicultural Center in the Student Center on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.

Kent students learned every side of the War of 1862 at Soup and Substance event

Tristan Buirley November 20, 2014

A small group of Kent State faculty and students gathered in the Student Multicultural Center in the Student Center on Thursday to hear about the Dakota Hangings of 1862.Kimberlee Medicine-Horn Jackson,...

Academic Advisor H. Bate Agbor-Baiyee discusses scheduling with a student during an advising appointment on the 5th floor of the Kent State Library on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014.

Required advising helps students stay on track and understand their major

Tristan Buirley November 16, 2014

As the end of the semester is getting closer, students begin looking for classes to take next semester. Before they can schedule, all Kent State students have to go through required advising with advisors...

Graduate program recruiters come to Kent State for graduate and professional fair

Tristan Buirley October 29, 2014

The first floor of the library was filled with Kent students on Wednesday looking for the perfect place to continue their education.According to the Graduate Studies website, representatives from 30 schools...

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...

Kent State, University of Pennsylvania researchers receive grant for blood pressure study

Tristan Buirley September 11, 2014

Two researchers from Kent State and a colleague from the University of Pennsylvania will conduct the first large-scale study of the effects of mindfulness meditation on blood pressure.David Fresco, professor...

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