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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

A porch portrait of Suzy DEnbeau, her mom, Mimi and her kids. 

PERSONAL ESSAY: Students support, give back to faculty who are also struggling during pandemic

Suzy D'Enbeau Contributor March 23, 2021

For most of the pandemic, I was drowning like just about every other working mother, trying to homeschool while also doing my full-time job as an associate professor in the School of Communication Studies....

Edward Crosby with the Institute of African American Affairs staffers: Willie Robinson, Wylie Smith, III, Subash and two unidentified young women.

Founder of Institute for African American Affairs dies; revolutionized Black students’ education

Kelly Krabill Reporter February 19, 2021

Edward Crosby, who empowered Black students’ education as the founder of Kent State’s Institute for African American Affairs, died Feb. 10. He was 88 years old. Crosby led the Department of Pan-African...

OPINION: First-generation college student becomes Kent State professor

Kelly Krabill Opinion Writer November 4, 2020

Last semester I was sitting in the second row of my media, power and culture class while professor Chance York, Ph.D. taught on that week’s chapter: portrayals of economic class in media. And I learned...

Melody Tankersley is the senior vice president and provost at Kent State University.

Senior vice president, provost candidate Melody Tankersley gives presentation

Megan McSweeney Reporter October 17, 2020

Interim Senior Vice President and Provost Melody Tankersley, Ph.D., says Kent State is the perfect university.“I love the core values of kindness, respect and purpose in all we do," Tankersley said....

Cristobals remnants are providing a very moist environment for these storms to thrive.

Cristobal will move into Canada as widespread severe storms impact the Great Lakes region

CNN June 10, 2020

(CNN) -- What's left of Cristobal has survived its long trek up the Mississippi River Valley, causing widespread flooding. Now, Cristobal is heading into Canada as an extra-tropical storm, bringing widespread...

Diamond Outerbridge, 16, right, takes notes on gas laws in chemistry class taught by Kevin Henson at Lenape High School in Medford, New Jersey. (Sarah J. Glover/Philadelphia Inquirer/KRT)

Note-taking methods remain a personal preference for many

Julianne Calapa April 15, 2015

With the rising number of distractions stemming from technology, one professor at the University of Kansas banned students from taking notes on laptops.Carol Holstead, an associate professor of journalism...

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