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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Kent State students to voice opinions on university curriculum

Olivia McWain, Reporter March 21, 2022

The Division of Academic Affairs is orchestrating a forum for students to voice their concerns about the overall learning experience at Kent State. “You can help guide the direction we take to...

Kent State to hold coronavirus information session Wednesday

Kent State will hold an information session about the coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Kent Student Center Kiva. The university said in an email to the Kent community on Monday that...

Kent State’s makerspaces ranked No. 6 in nation

Paige Bennett August 23, 2019

Kent State’s makerspaces ranked No. 6 in a list by Great Value Colleges of the top 50 college and university makerspaces in the nation. It was the highest rank of an Ohio-based university. Great Value...

A student walks across the K at Risman Plaza on campus of Kent State University the evening of September 5, 2018. 

Kent State falls in Forbes’ college rankings, but does it really matter?

Laina Yost and Valerie Royzman September 5, 2018

In an email addressed to all members of the Kent State community in September 2017, President Beverly Warren touted the university’s status in the U.S. News and World Report rankings released every year...

Junior business management major Hannah Robinson (left) talks with junior marketing major Kelly Corey (bottom right) about the new meal plans in front of Rosie’s Diner in Tri-Towers on Friday, Aug. 24, 2018.

Students push back on dining changes; university stands firm

Valerie Royzman August 26, 2018

The first night of the fall semester at Kent State ended with many hungry, angry students who took their complaints to social media as the university unveiled its new meal plans.Students hopped between...

Kent State trustees pass tuition guarantee plan

Nicholas Hunter December 13, 2017

The Kent State Board of Trustees approved a plan Wednesday to guarantee tuition, mandatory fees and room and board — including meal plan —  rates for incoming students during their first four years...

Opinion: Turning Point USA is opposite of what Kent State stands for

Former Kent State Student Leaders October 23, 2017

As former student leaders at Kent State, we feel obligated to address recent on-campus demonstrations organized by the Kent State chapter of Turning Point USA. These demonstrations do not reflect the values...

Senior forward Chris Ortiz slams back an offensive rebound during the second half against Northern Illinois at the M.A.C. Center on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. The Flashes won, 75-74.

Men’s basketball falls to Miami

Zac Sommer February 28, 2016

The Kent State men’s basketball team (18-11, 9-7 Mid-American Conference) lost its second-straight game following a 74-65 loss to Miami University (11-18, 5-11 MAC) on Saturday.Coach Rob Senderoff was...

Our View: Late-add policy restricts independence

Editorial Staff January 24, 2016

The Kent Stater reported last week that the university has created a new registration policy requiring class professors to approve students after the first week of classes. From 11:59 p.m. Sunday and moving...

Beverly Warren began as Kent State president July 1, 2014. She was officially inaugurated May 1, 2015.

Warren to deliver first State of the University address

Ian Flickinger November 18, 2015

Kent State president Beverly Warren will present a speech entitled, “Celebrating Today, Imagining Tomorrow,” at her first State of the University Address.It will take place in the Student Center Kiva...

Letter to the Editor: Where are the housing rights of students?

Lisa O'Malley October 1, 2015

As a KSU graduate and Alumni Association Member, I am writing to express my dismay at the lack of respect by the university and the city of Kent concerning off campus student housing.Recently, our son...

Our View: It’s good to talk

April 26, 2015

Summary: Students are working together to address issues that concern them, and administrators are beginning to respond. We think it’s important for conversations to remain constructive and civil in...

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