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You Belong Here: The Experiences of an International Student on a College Campus

You Belong Here: The Experiences of an International Student on a College Campus

Some students travel hours away to attend college, some move away from home and begin learning in another State, but for others they come from entirely different countries to receive their higher education. A lot are leaving their home country for the first time and learning on the fly in America to get acclimated to the culture. The normal struggle that students attending college is amplified for international students who have to figure out related things like housing, but things…

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Kasey and Brandy Find Happiness

Kasey and Brandy Find Happiness

One of the greatest joys in life people talk about is having kids and becoming parents. For same sex couples however the process becomes a little more complicated, but when they do have that baby all that stress turns into joy. “She’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me I knew obviously being a parent would be amazing but I had no idea it would be this way.” Wingard says. Kasey Wingard and Brandy Morris (Pictured Right) were set…

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As Distracted Driving Continues to Rise, Solutions Must be Created

As Distracted Driving Continues to Rise, Solutions Must be Created

Everywhere you look someone is on a smart phone. Smart phones and the easy access to information have made us almost dependent on them. One place where you don’t want to catch someone using them is behind the wheel of a car. However distracted driving accidents continue to rise. Sergeant Jim Hentosz works for Akron Police Department and says he sees instances of distracted driving every day. The law is not a primary offense in Ohio which means he cannot…

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Voting in an Unusual Election

Voting in an Unusual Election

With two candidates who are among the most rejected in history, this election has been one of the strangest ever, but most still  recognize the importance of their vote, maybe more than ever. TV2’s Joseph Ciccolini has the story.