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Nick Holley Injury

Nick Holley Injury

I am Eric Pitcher and I decided to do my story on the season ending injury to Nick Holley. Holley is the Golden Flashes quarterback and basically Mr. do it all. With an injury to a player like Holley, it is certainly a blow to not only the team, but also he entire Golden Flashes community. To find out just how impactful Holley’s injury is, I interviewed a couple players and coaches on the Golden Flashes team. 

Parking Service by Brad Hamilton

Parking Service by Brad Hamilton

MVI_1071 For my first package, I decided to cover the issues with parking services on campus. I have seen many tweets on social media from Kent students complaining about the lack of parking and figured I’d get some answers as to if parking services is overselling parking passes. I was able to talk with parking service manager, Larry Emlin, on the matter. I also interviewed Senior student James Phillips and 345 flats employee, Evan H (he wanted to have his…

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Package One

Package One

My name is Tyler Thompson, the story I chose to cover is about the Gorge Dam. The 57-foot dam is long overdue for removal, and the process has been in the works within the past year-and-a-half. I spoke with Elaine Marsh, a watershed specialist from the Metro Parks, about the environmental hazards, plans for clean-up and the cost of the project. Alongside, I asked a student at her event about his concerns the dam has on the environment. I also…

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4 Paws for Ability Brings Service to Kent’s Campus

4 Paws for Ability Brings Service to Kent’s Campus

  Service animals are a huge help for those with disabilities. A non-profit organization, 4 Paws for Ability, uses college campuses and students to help train and socialize service dogs. This helps them get ready to graduate from advanced training, and get placed with those in need of a service dog . Reporter Krista Renaldo, has more.

Hiram Farm

Hiram Farm

Eight years ago, Hiram Farm began with the dream of two parents who longed for a sense of community for their autistic son. Nearly a decade later, the farm buzzes with thirty-one workers who receive just that. In addition the the paycheck the farmers earn, staff also work to ensure they are obtaining additional skills to aid them in growing as individuals. TV2’s Caty Payette has more.