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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Danielle Hupp (far left) and Division of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement staff members pose with Flash for a photo to encourage people to participate in the Flashes Give Back Week. (File photo from 2019) 

Kent State alumni, community can “join in, give back and say thanks” during Flashes Give Back Week

Zoë Blank Reporter April 3, 2021

Philanthropy Week and Alumni Day of Service have merged to unite Golden Flashes during the first annual Flashes Give Back Week.  The Division of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement is using Flashes Give...

Community Harvest donates chicken to Refuge of Hope a few times a month. Refuge of Hope’s kitchen staff cooks meals for dinner guests with the donated food items. 

OPINION: What I’ve learned about community through my internship

Kelly Krabill Opinion Writer March 16, 2021

It’s 9 a.m. and I just walked into Refuge of Hope, where I am interning this semester. I place my camera bag on the floor of my office with one hand and pull my laptop out of my oversized purse with...

Kurahashi book cover

Courtesy of Yuko Kurahashi February 25, 2021

This is the front cover of Yuko Kurahashi's book, “The Interdisciplinary Theatre of Ping Chong,” which focuses on Chong’s contributions to the world of theatre as well as his dedication to challenging...

Torrie Sweeney and Alysha Allen volunteer at Campus Kitchen on Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

Campus Kitchen provides thousands of pounds of food through food pantries despite decrease in volunteers

Anthony Elder Reporter February 12, 2021

The Campus Kitchen at Kent State University, often referred to as CKKSU, provides thousands of pounds of food to individuals in the Kent community. Students, faculty and community members are able to sign...

Senior fashion merchandising major Tyshaia Earnest packs period products into care packages for those in need at the Period Packing Party on Tues., Jan. 28. Earnest organized the event, provided supplies for the packages and snacks for volunteers. 

Period Packing Party guests break stigmas, assemble care packages for less fortunate

Holly Liptak Reporter January 29, 2020

The Campus Pointe clubhouse was alive with the crinkle of menstrual pads and the sound of Beyoncé’s “Run the World” as attendees assembled more than 100 menstrual care packages for the less fortunate...

MLK Day of Service: Campus Kitchen

Sara Crawford Assigning Editor January 20, 2020

Smells of pumpkin bread batter fill the room as about 25 volunteers stir together multiple loaves of bread in the Campus Kitchen. People pose with bowls, mix and spatulas as their friends take pictures...

Spring break leads to student solidarity

Justin Niedenthal January 31, 2016

“Volunteering a lot of the time is about meeting the people who have answered this call or mission to serve those in need everyday and when you make yourself of service you show your true colors and...

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