If you’re looking for a way to relief stress on campus, look no further than the campus library. Every semester on finals week, the library offers various opportunities to help relieve the stress of overwhelmed students. For students who live off campus and visit the library for a quite place to study find this a valuable part of the Kent State Community. TV2’s Nyla Henderson has more on this story.
On Sunday November 19th, friends and family gathered in Cartwright Hall to celebrate the life of the late Professor Halim El-Dabh. El-Dabh resided and taught in Kent for a number of years, after composing many musical pieces. Many long-time friends of El-Dabh came and shared stories on their memories of him. Friends of El-dabh say he was loved and respected by many people. TV2’s reporter, Nyla Henderson has more on this story.
IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO PLAN YOUR NEXT HOUSE, COMPANY, RESTAURANT AND MORE THESE YOUNG ARCHITECTS AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY ARE PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE IN THEIR FIELD. TV2’S STARR BODI HAS THE STORY.
CAFFEINE IS USUALLY A SOURCE OF HAPPINESS FOR TIRED COLLEGE STUDENTS. FOR SOME AT KENT STATE, IT’S BEEN A SOURCE OF FRUSTRATION. TV2’S CATY PAYETTE SPILLS THE DETAILS.
The Native-American Student Association (NASA) held a panel discussion on Cultural Appropriation. Often times we view images that depict other cultures in as a trend, not seeing how offensive they tend to be. Chief Wahoo, the Cleveland Indians baseball mascot, is one example of this trend. A red-skinned, large nosed Chief is the image people see and think of when referring to the sport team. NASA held this discussion in hopes to bring light to the people…
Major changes have impacted a historical Kent State organization. On Wednesday October 25th, Black United Students (BUS) held an emergency meeting to discuss its new leadership. The previous day, Iniah Dunbar resigned as president, an action that immediately took effect. BUS board members had to make a quick decision with choosing the next leader of the organization. With new leadership, BUS hopes to strongly move forward, TV2’s Nyla Henderson has more on this story. …
Portage County’s Board of Developmental Disabilities is under fire for an out-of-date contract. Since Wednesday, October 4th, the board’s Service and Support Administrators have been on strike. Many of them feel they have not been paid a livable wage and that the board is to blame. As the strike continues, we learn more of how this is effecting people who rely on the Board of Developmental Disabilities. Tv2’s Nyla Henderson has more on this story.
Women’s Center Assists with Food Insecurity A lot of students struggle with their basic needs while in college. Tuition and or student loan debt are already big issues for most students. Other problems can range from paying bills, gassing your car, or finding your next meal. The Women’s Center here on campus has found a way to alleviate some of that everyday stress. Junior Multimedia Journalism major, Nyla Henderson, covers this story here.
Kent State’s fashion school is getting a big hand from a Hudson foundation. TV2’s Taylor Kerns has more.
Who’s ‘they’? TV2’s Christiana Ford talks to the LGBTQ community at Kent State about a relatively new terminology and how it could be used in your daily life.