Portage County’s Board of Developmental Disabilities is under fire for an out-of-date contract.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.
THE COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION IS OFFERING A NEW MINOR TO UNDERGRADUATES IN THE UPCOMING FALL. TV2’S BRANDON BOUNDS HAS MORE.
SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS CONTINUES TO BE AN IMPORTANT TOPIC ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES. ERIN KELLER HAS THE STORY.
A recent addition to Kent State’s anthropology department is making waves and winning grants. TV2’s Taylor Kerns has more.
KENT STATE’S CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS UNVEILS WHAT MAY BE A SHOCKING STATISTIC REGARDING REPRESENTATION OF THE UNIVERSITY’S PROFESSORS. TV2’S CHRISTIANA FORD HAS THE STORY.
Students should really be mindful when surfing the web since there’s a good chance their activity could be tracked. TV2’s Brandon Bounds has more.
The heroin epidemic continues to be a national issue. Erin Keller brings with story to Kent.