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Welcome to this week’s episode of Kent Stop Talking! This week, Nick, Cameron, Adriona and Scott attempt to take on post-grad anxieties and instead derail into a conversation about personal identity, finding happiness in money and our favorite hype songs. Plus, Nick has to turn down Cameron’…

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KENT-repreneur is a deep dive into the business, tech and entrepreneurial efforts at Kent State. Host Anna Huntsman attended the Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation (CEBI) Pitch competition and sat down with one of the winners.

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This week, the gang (sans Cameron) talked about high school! They discuss what how they survived being hormone monsters, the perils of deciding a career path at 17, the worst and best school lunches, and more! Plus, Scott talks about his crush on George Clooney. Enjoy!

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The (relatively) recent inundation of pop culture by superhero movies has allowed an entire generation’s worth of children’s minds to run wild. What would we do if we were superheroes? We’ve seen grit and realism and all those “more adult” buzzwords used to describe DC Comics films centered …

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Another addition into a disturbingly long line of disappointing live-action “reimaginings” of Disney’s more magical years, “Dumbo” never gets off the ground long enough to leave a meaningful imprint. A stellar cast and one of cinema’s most eccentric directors are wasted by baffling character…

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Ever since junior fashion design major Jillian Begre was 10 years old, she was hooked on serial killers. She started by watching movies like “Silence of the Lambs” and “Seven,” and evolved into researching killers with peculiar practices, like Ed Gein who confessed to killing two women in th…

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While it’s not quite as effective as his feature film debut “Get Out,” Jordan Peele shows us again that he’s an up-and-coming force to be reckoned with in genre filmmaking for years to come. “Us” is many things; it’s surprisingly funny, oozing with tension and always thinking two steps ahead…

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Tanner finally decided to show back up to the studio, so the boys go through the entire bracket and make their surefire Final Four picks, which will definitely not be wrong.

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Kent-repreneur is a deep dive into business, tech and entrepreneurial efforts at Kent State. For Women's History Month, this week’s episode focuses on two female entrepreneurs who are making strides in their early careers.

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This week on Kent Stop Talking we had St. Patrick’s Day on the mind, so we started a conversation about our most memorable moments interacting with drunk people, which inevitably led us to talking about our favorite moments at sporting events! We hope you guys enjoy, thanks for listening!

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This week on Kent Stop Talking, we talk about international women! We recorded on International Women's Day, so we decided to talk about the women in our lives who matter the most and make the biggest impact on us. It's also Scott's birthday, so he wishes himself happy birthday several times…

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The name of this album is “Drip or Drown 2." I think that name perfectly spells out that this album is to be enjoyed, not deeply analyzed. So put down the CBD latte because I think you’ll need something a bit stronger to properly digest "Drip or Drown 2," the latest studio release from the e…

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Thanks for listening to this week’s episode of Kent Stop Talking. This week, the crew talk about the new single from the Jonas Brothers, the value of nostalgia, bands that do (and do not) still work after decades of performing, our favorite cartoons growing up (and Nick freaks out about Law …

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Tanner is lost in the wind, so Scott and Cameron decided to make some top 10 lists. Join them this week as they discuss the top 10 NBA players of 2019, top 10 NFL quarterbacks and top 10 all-time athletes from sports outside of the "Big 3."

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Improper Benefits is back after a brief hiatus to discuss the NBA's all-star festivities, Manny Machado's new deal and then make predictions about the Duke-UNC game while blissfully unaware of Zion Williamson's injury.

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The third episode of KENT-repreneur focuses on Angel Kisses Blankets, a non-profit started by Kent State sophomore Kenzie Carlson that is helping sick kids and their families one blanket at a time. 

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Thanks for listening to this week’s episode of Kent Stop Talking! This week, we look back on Valentine’s Day, what we did, who we did it with and how we feel about the holiday. Nick tries really hard to make a brief announcement. He also tells the tale of his ten-hour Greyhound journey home …

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In a special Valentine's Day — yeah, we're a few days late — edition, Cameron and Nate finish their Oscars picks, talk about how unsexy "Fifty Shades of Grey" is, then wrap up with 1942's timeless "Casablanca." Plus, stay till the very end for a blooper where Nate forgets the name of the mov…

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The 2019 Academy Awards is saturated with LGBTQ plotlines, characters and actors in a history-making batch of nominations, as more than half of the Best Picture nominees include an LGBTQ presence.

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Letter from the reporter: Three Kent State females opened up to me about their long-distance relationships. With each of them, I felt how much they cared and how deeply their love reached the partners living miles away. Talking to them made me feel 1) hopeful and 2) uncertain. Love is a hope…

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This week Nick was out of town, so you get a special bonus episode! The week before classes began, Scott, Cameron and Nick sat down to talk about winter break, the strangest depths of Pottermore, the Golden Globe-winning "Bohemian Rhapsody" and more! Unfortunately, the audio software was rec…

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KENT-repreneur is a deep dive into business, tech and entrepreneurial efforts at Kent state. The second episode focuses on Will’s Words, a KSU Honors College thesis project that could shake up how high school students learn Shakespeare.

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This week at Kent Stop Talking, we're a mess: Nick sat at the turned-off mic, Scott tells a story about fixing a flat-flat tire, Adriona talks about her dreams and Cameron doesn’t even show up! The gang also discusses music streaming services, pretending to like bands to impress people and w…

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Walking up the frozen Esplanade, the wind rushed into my face, effectively rendering my scarf, hat and hoodie useless. I saw only two or three people rushing from building to building. The PARTA bus stop by the Student Center was empty, and the Starbucks was closed.

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In the span of just three days, Netflix released "Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes," a four-part documentary series, and Sundance premiered a trailer for "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile," a biographical movie starring Zac Efron. Whether we wanted or not, Ted Bundy…

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Welcome to this week’s episode of Kent Stop Talking! This week, Nick, Cameron, Adriona and Scott attempt to take on post-grad anxieties and instead derail into a conversation about personal identity, finding happiness in money and our favorite hype songs. Plus, Nick has to turn down Cameron’…

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In a little less than a month, we’ll take another optimistic leap back into awards season. The Academy Awards for the best movies of 2018 are drawing near, and this season has its own share of easily predicted nominations and surprising snubs.

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There’s a red herring scene about 90 minutes into Joe Cornish’s “The Kid Who Would Be King” that, at the time, seems to signal the end of a meandering, puzzlingly lifeless “King Arthur” adaptation. The plot seems to have run its course and all the loose ends are tied together nicely, but the…