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Visitors will soon have a new way to see the history and scenery of downtown Ravenna. TV2 reporter Kennedy Gotham has more information on the Main Street Mile walking tour.

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Leebrick hall floors three and eight flooded on Tuesday night leaving about an inch of water in the hallway, dorm rooms and bathrooms.

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The Kent State Interhall Council’s annual Sex Week kicked off Monday night as a line of students packed the KIVA for “Sex in the Dark.”

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Candidates selected for the Outstanding Teaching Award are among the most dedicated, highly effective and motivated professors at Kent State. According to the university press release, ten full-time faculty members were nominated by their students.

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More than a thousand people gathered in Cleveland Saturday afternoon for the first Women’s March in Cleveland since the inauguration of President Joe Biden. The event, which joined more than 600 planned marches throughout the nation, started in Market Square before attendees marched to Carne…

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Kent State received recognition for being one of the most LGBTQ-Friendly campuses in the nation according to Campus Pride amid efforts to be more gender inclusive, offering resources like diversity training and the Preferred Name Policy. 

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For many students, college is the first time to take control of their sexual health. It’s also how students start exploring their sexuality and expand their identities, according to the Act for Youth Center Excellence. 

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Kent State's Emergency Grant Fund is now accepting applications from students who are struggling financially due to the pandemic, according to an email sent by Lamar Hylton, senior vice president for student affairs and Sean Broghammer, interim vice president for enrollment management Thursday.

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Dining hall representatives “refuse[d] to ‘wave a white flag’" after a meeting with the Undergraduate Student Government Sept. 15 and address the issues outlined in the dining hall petition on change.org.

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The School of Multidisciplinary Social Sciences and Humanities opened fall 2021. The school will create a new space to support a rich learning environment combining international relations, paralegal studies, Latin American studies, LGBTQ+ studies and other academic programs centered around …

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Students were notified about an emergency steam shutdown taking place on campus, to fix up a minor leak on Sept. 17. It is advised that they plan to clean up the day before to avoid any disturbance in nightly routines.

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Kent State will increase the amount of required COVID-19 testing for unvaccinated students, according to an emailed press release signed by Manfred van Dulmen, associate provost for academic affairs and chair of Kent State’s pandemic leadership Wednesday. 

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Kent State’s NPR-affiliated radio station WKSU will be operated by Cleveland-based Ideastream Public Media beginning Oct. 1, 2021. The board approved the management transfer as part of a public service operating agreement during its meeting Wednesday.

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Retired Kent State professor Henry Halem has been created a 9 piece glass series in honor of the 20th Sept. 11 anniversary. 

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The honor guard’s three-volley salute broke the silence of a windy morning. A train horn sounded, accompanying bagpiper Ed Harrison’s rendition of Amazing Grace. Kent first responders, veterans and citizens looked up at the fluttering American flag suspended between fire trucks.

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Kent Parks and Recreation is hosting its 28th annual Art in the Park in-person event this weekend after having a virtual celebration last year. Attendees can partake in art demonstrations, eat various food, listen to live music and purchase handmade creations.

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Two Kent State alum are bringing fresh flavors and southern comfort to Kent State - TV2's Kennedy Gotham caught up with them outside of their cajun food truck that they plan to park on campus throughout the fall.

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As the United States military continues to withdraw from Afghanistan, thousands of Afghans already in the U.S. are watching in horror. Noorulbari Mal is a master’s student studying journalism at Kent State University. He says his family is still in Afghanistan and unable to join him in the U…

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Porthouse Theatre is Kent State’s summer professional theater located at Blossom Music Center. The theater has reopened its doors to the public but not without rules and regulations never before seen by the company. 

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The Kent Blues Fest will be taking place on Saturday, July 17. The free live music will be located at 23 indoor and outdoor venues all over Kent. 

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The Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center hosted an LGBTQ+ panel on June 30, 2021. 

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“Camera 1, set on hosts, in 3, 2, 1” were common phrases in Franklin Hall this summer as students put on a new orientation show for incoming freshmen. KSU Live! is the first section that students go through before scheduling their classes and finishing their orientation process. 

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Most university offices will be closed and classes will not meet Monday, June 21, in honor of Juneteenth National Independence Day, Kent State President Todd Diacon announced in an email statement.