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Bell Tower Brewing Co. creates new “diversity” brew

Avery Savage, TV2 Reporter April 7, 2023

Today is National Beer Day! Bell Tower Brewing Co. added a new beer named after former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. "Dissension," the company's newest brew, emphasizes the advancements that...

Women’s Center facilitates “Gender Equity Today” to spread awareness on educational disparities in women

Alexandria Manthey, TV2 Reporter March 23, 2023

As Women's History Month comes to a close, the Women's Center facilitated a peer discussion called "Gender Equity Today." The conversation included topics like feminism, women in politics and other social...

Opinion: women can’t wait for pay equality

Jamie Brian, Opinion Writer March 22, 2022

Women have been fighting for equality in America for over a century, but there is one key area where we still lag behind men: pay. March 15 was Equal Pay Day, a day that represents how far into the...

Graduate assistant, Olivia Grahman, hands out carnation flowers to women attending the International Womens Day event inside the Center for Undergraduate Excellence on Mar. 8, 2022.

Women share international disparities on International Women’s Day

Katherine Masko, Reporter March 9, 2022

Five women on the International Women’s Day panel compared gender inequality, women’s rights and educational access in the country they represented Tuesday. When asked if there is sex education...

OPINION: It’s time for men to pull their chair up to the table

Maria Ferrato Opinion Writer March 17, 2021

From unequal pay to sexual assault, women are empowered to be strong individuals who can stomach any pain rather than fighting for themselves. But what if they just didn’t have anything to fight? I’ve...

OPINION: A culture of empowering complacency, endurance instead of taking a stance

Maria Ferrato Opinion Writer March 5, 2021

“You can’t let one whacko ruin your night,” a family member texted me after I informed her that a man logged into a Zoom call and performed inappropriate sexual behavior on screen after having listened...

Governor announces new police standard for mass protests

AP December 4, 2020

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Law enforcement agencies must develop policies for handling mass protests that protect public and officer safety while upholding constitutional rights of expression, assembly, and...

One of Kent States aircrafts sits on the tarmac at the Kent State University airport. Kent has the largest university fleet of aircraft in Ohio, according to Kent States website. October 2019.

Expansion in Kent’s Aeronautics department creates more space for women

Colleen Carroll Sciences reporter November 17, 2019

With new expansions in Kent State’s College of Aeronautics, including a new building, added programs and a partnership with Delta airlines, there is now more room than ever for women within the aviation...

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REFLECTION: ‘Shrill’ gives us the body representation we needed

Abigail Miller March 20, 2019

As a little girl, I grew up fantasizing about the day that I would miraculously lose weight and become the kind of person I’d always wanted to be: thin, and therefore, beautiful.My false hope for a fairytale...

Liz Woods, the owner of Sugar Rush, in her store on East Erie Street on March 20, 2019. 

Female business owners share meaning of Women’s History Month

Jorden Shevel March 20, 2019

Since the 1800s, women have been fighting for their right to vote, equal wages and equal employment opportunities.During the month of March, women like Susan B. Anthony, who worked to earn women the right...

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Paving a path for the women of STEM

Maria McGinnis March 19, 2019

Women make up half of the college-educated workforce in the United States, but only 29 percent of the science and engineering workforce. In 2016, only 35 percent of chemists in the field were women, according...

Film screening, conversation will focus on women’s issues, empowerment

Mariah Hicks February 27, 2019

“Art isn’t really art until it’s experienced,” said Halimah Muhammad, a senior fashion merchandise major and digital media productions minor. She and Bobbi Broome, a senior psychology major and...

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