Browsed by
Author: Phillip Grant

Conflict Arises from Streetsboro’s Pay to Play Policy

Conflict Arises from Streetsboro’s Pay to Play Policy

In May 2008, Carmen Laudota and her family had moved to Streetsboro where she became a city council member up until August 2019. “When I first moved to Streetsboro, there was no pay to play and then we had repeated levy failures,” Laudota said. Soon after, the district scheduled a Board of Education (BOE) meeting where the pay-to-play policy was introduced. Laudota and others approved the policy in hopes that it could buy the district some time to resolve their…

Read More Read More

Keeping Busy for Finals Week

Keeping Busy for Finals Week

The American Heart Association endorsed April as “Move More Awareness Month” which encourages people to invest their time in exercise in order to lead a healthier lifestyle. However during this time, college students have their attention fixed more on preparing for final exams rather than focusing on staying fit. “It’s actually pretty difficult because of studying for exams. I have 5 or 6 exams to study for,” freshman marketing major Oma Durunna said. Students are under immense pressure to do…

Read More Read More

The Aftermath of Spring Break

The Aftermath of Spring Break

“When it comes down to it, it’s all about what you’re passionate about and what you want to do and what you will do to get to that point” Ben Cyvus, senior architect major From May 25th to May 31st, KSU students had Spring Break and how they chose to handle their hiatus was under their own will and power. Senior Architect major Ben Cyvus said how crucial Spring Break was in order to stay mentally-stable. “For me, I’ve always…

Read More Read More

For the Love of the Game

For the Love of the Game

THE MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM PACKS THE MAC CENTER WEEK-IN AND WEEK-OUT. BUT, DOWN THE ROAD AT THE REC CENTER, COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE COMPETING IN A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN. TV2’S PHILLIP GRANT HAS THE STORY.