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KSU Ukraine Humanitarian Aid group sends medical kits to Ukraine

Jesse Khalil, Reporter May 1, 2022

The KSU Ukraine Humanitarian Aid group, founded by graduate student Lydia Lisowsky and her cousin, alumnus Paul Jatsyshyn, hosted a packaging event in the Kent State Ballroom Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3...

Lydia Lisowsky is a graduate student and second generation Ukranian American

Kent State graduate student raises $892 at local Ukraine fundraiser

Jesse Khalil, Reporter April 8, 2022

A booming blend of lively conversation and a shared passion for supporting a good cause lit up Ray’s Place on April 6 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Downtown Kent bar was filled with people eager to help...

Firefighters extinguish a building of Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) after a rocket attack in Kharkiv, Ukraines second-largest city, Ukraine, Wednesday, March 2, 2022. Russias assault on Kharkiv, Ukraines second largest city, continued Wednesday, with a Russian strike hitting the regional police and intelligence headquarters, according to the Ukrainian state emergency service. (AP Photo/Andrew Marienko)

History behind Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, explained by Kent State experts

Lynn Vandrasik , Reporter March 2, 2022

Editor's Note: The following story was updated to specify the roles of the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as it relates to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.  In the early hours...

Russo-Ukraine war tensions rise amid recent conflict

Kaitlyn Finchler General Assignment Editor March 1, 2022

As of Feb. 24, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the United Kingdom and other European countries have conferred to decide what actions to take against Russia. Tension among Ukraine and Russia has...

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Microsoft says cyberattacks targeting Ukraine ‘raise serious concerns’ under Geneva Convention

Brian Fung CNN Business March 1, 2022

(CNN) -- As hacking by nation-states has grown more pervasive in recent years, Microsoft has long called for the creation of a new Geneva Convention governing cyberspace.But now, for the first time, the...

Ukrainian service members collect unexploded shells after a fighting with Russian raiding group in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv in the morning of February 26, 2022, according to Ukrainian service personnel at the scene. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP) (Photo by SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP via Getty Images)

US officials fear the worst is yet to come for Kyiv

Katie Bo Lillis, Natasha Bertrand and Barbara Starr CNN February 28, 2022

(CNN) -- Ukrainian forces have so far managed to stave off Russian ground forces massed less than 20 miles north of the embattled capital Kyiv -- but though they've defied US intelligence predictions that...

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US braces for Russian cyberattacks as Ukraine conflict escalates. Here’s how that might play out

Rishi Iyengar, CNN Business February 24, 2022

(CNN) -- The standoff between the United States and Russia over the conflict in Ukraine has so far mainly played out on diplomatic and economic fronts. But now, as Russia invades Ukraine and the...

Economic effects of Russian invasion of Ukraine could be felt in Portage County

Nuried Hurtado TV2 Reporter February 23, 2022

President Biden joined the European countries in imposing severe consequences and sanctions over Russia's possible invasion to Ukraine. Kent State's Yonhoo Choi, an associate professor of economics,...

22% of the Republican college students participating in the Axios/College Reaction Poll voted saying that they support the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. 

Impeachment 101: Understanding the Impeachment

Annie Zwisler Reporter February 1, 2020

The impeachment of President Donald Trump is in full swing as senators continue to submit questions to impeachment managers and lawyers for President Trump. Starting Friday, senators will begin a debate...

Barbara Res, a former Trump Organization executive, says she thinks President Donald Trump may resign rather than face possible removal from office by impeachment.

Former Trump Organization executive says she expects President Trump will resign

By Clare Duffy, CNN Business October 6, 2019

Originally Published: 06 OCT 19 14:20 ETUpdated: 06 OCT 19 15:15 ET    (CNN) -- A former Trump Organization executive says she thinks President Donald Trump may resign rather than face possible removal...

OPINION: Impeachment is back — what’s next?

Jarett Theberge Photographer October 2, 2019

It started with a phone call.The Washington Post reported that on July 25, 2019, President Donald Trump called the newly elected leader of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, to congratulate him on the victory...

The whistleblower complaint on President Donald Trump and Ukraine was released Thursday morning, accusing the President of using his power to solicit interference from a foreign country in the 2020 election.

Whistleblower says White House tried to cover up Trump’s abuse of power

Originally Published: 26 SEP 19 08:41 ETUpdated: 26 SEP 19 10:44 ET    (CNN) -- President Donald Trump abused his official powers "to solicit interference" from Ukraine in the upcoming 2020 election,...

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