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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. 

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A post-pandemic world is slowly but surely becoming a reality and Kent State is moving with the times. Welcoming their incoming freshman class in the fall, the faculty and staff are working to help where they can — starting out with a slightly new admissions process which Sean Broghammer, as…

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Kent State launched their 2021 Destination Kent State (DKS) freshman orientation. Over 25 sessions will be spread throughout June and early July. 

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Fully vaccinated Kent State students, faculty and staff will no longer be required to wear masks outdoors on any Kent campuses, according to new changes in university health and safety practices released by the Office of the Provost Monday.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to Kent State and many of the safety precautions will continue into the fall. KSU and the city of Kent will be working together to ensure safety for residents and students. 

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Taylor Swift released “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” on April 9, 2021. The album features 26 songs, including six never before released tracks from the vault. Swift’s new release was the first to sell at least 100,000 copies in one week this year. Fans of Swift have rallied around her in supp…

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Rarely ever wearing makeup, Camryn Kocher will spend hours getting ready to go out with her boyfriend, Joe Cook. Receiving compliments are important to Kocher and she said he never fails to tell her she looks nice, even when not wearing makeup. She and her boyfriend work to practice each oth…

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Trevor Walton is a freshman theatre studies performance and political science double major with a concentration in public policy. He takes five classes, rehearses two days a week and is an active member of 13 campus groups. Each day he balances all of this with careful calculation.  

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The pandemic has made it difficult for students to meet new friends and interact with their neighbors and resident assistant, but with more students returning to campus in the fall, RAs may be able to plan more community events.

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For the past 51 years, people have continued to gather to remember those who were killed and wounded during the Kent State shootings on May 4, 1970. Although the official commemoration was hosted virtually, approximately 65 people gathered at the Victory Bell to remember that day, 51 years later. 

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A recently approved $1.2 million renovation plan will update the Kent State Geauga regional campus by introducing a new student learning commons area and nursing skills lab.  

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Students for a Democratic Society brought together a panel on Sunday of former Kent State students who protested the Vietnam War and the building of the gym annex by the university over the site of May 4. The panel featured activists from the original May 4 protests and the subsequent Tent C…

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Even against winds blowing up to 30 miles-per-hour, the Kent State men’s golf team secured its fifth consecutive Mid-American Conference championship this weekend in Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

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TV2's Alexandria Manthey delivers Friday's top headlines in this final edition of TV2 Online for the Spring 2021 semester. Featuring Odin Amador-Gorby and Ian Herrmann.

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The fifty-first anniversary of the May 4 shootings is the second anniversary to be held virtually during the pandemic whereas, in previous years, the events were held in person which featured a candlelight vigil the night before and speakers on May 4. 

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Kent State provides unique living experiences for students through the Living-Learning Communities (LLCs), including the Honors College. Just like the rest of the dorms, COVID-19 has impacted students’ experiences of living in the Honors College LLC. 

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Friday, April 30 is the release date of the brand new Apple AirTags, which became available for pre-order April 23. Similar to the popular Tile trackers, they are small tracking tags designed to be added to personal items such as purses, backpacks, keys and any other item people lose often. …

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Fitness and exercise may be a way to build muscle, lose some weight, increase metabolism and improve your overall physique, but one thing that can motivate many people to stay active is the sense of overall well-being and improvement in mental health. 

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Anchor Troy Pierson delivers Thursday's top headlines, with weather anchor Rachel Gross and sports anchor Connor Mills.

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If you saw campus ablaze this morning, don't be alarmed. This fire was set on purpose. The annual prairie burn event took place around 10 a.m. this morning. TV2 reporter Alexandria Manthey spoke with the Grounds Manager to see what the blaze was about.