In-person classes will move to a “3-foot distancing format” in the fall of 2021, the Office of the Provost announced Friday in an email to faculty.
The USG election concluded Wednesday with over 600 ballots cast. The election featured nineteen elected positions; all but five of the positions were uncontested. The contested positions were Senator for the College of Nursing, Senator for the Honors College, Senator for the College of Archi…
A year into the pandemic, students miss going to classes and events and look forward to normalcy next fall.
After a 7-over-par first round of 285, the Kent State men’s golf team played the best two rounds of the tournament to win their first title of the season at the Boilermaker Invitational in West Lafayette, Indiana, last weekend.
One of the most decorated and famous athletes to ever take the field as a Golden Flash appears to be hanging up his cleats.
(CNN) -- The most famous family on earth is mourning the loss of its patriarch.
(CNN) -- New York this week became the latest state to legalize recreational cannabis, and in doing so, it's poised to become one of the nation's largest markets.
(CNN) -- When the coronavirus pandemic began, the challenge for Pfizer and BioNTech wasn't just developing a Covid-19 vaccine -- they also had to make it, and by the hundreds of millions.
(CNN) -- The Biden administration on Thursday unveiled a large-scale effort to encourage Americans to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, rolling out its first national ad campaign and announcing a national network of community organizations, sports leagues and other leaders to boost con…
If you’ve ever read one of my columns on KentWired and thought to yourself, "Why on earth does that guy write columns?", today is your lucky day. Or maybe unlucky. Probably unlucky. Writing columns — besides being one of the more fun parts of long semesters of school that is otherwise filled…
I’ve met tons of people during my time at Kent State’s main campus from many different backgrounds, in different majors, demographics and ethnicities. Some I knew so well I attended events with them in-person from the “famous” Kent Halloween festivities to just seeing some in class only and …
A few weeks ago, I was talking to a friend about freedom of speech on Kent State’s campus. She was expressing anger with campus for — in her opinion — only supporting the liberal agenda.
Some fraternities are dangerous places that harbor dangerous people. This isn’t a preposterous or malicious assertion. It is a fact.