When parents take their children to school, something that may not be on their mind is how many students their children are attending school with. But, school enrollment is a topic that can make or break the funding that public schools receive. If a school has low enrollment, funding can get taken away or lowered to reflect the amount of students a school district has. Not only can this affect a graduating class, but if enrollment is dwindling, staff can…
Researchers of the guided meditation app “Calm” conducted a cross-sectional survey to see if using the app more frequently was associated with better sleep and improved mental health. Experts say that despite the study being “basic” and “based on self-report,” when used with other studies done on the same subject, it should be taken seriously. TV2’s Shane Troyano discusses the potential “calming” effects the app could have on someone’s sleeping habits.
Recent winter weather and the COVID-19 pandemic are among some of the reasons why the American Red Cross is experiencing its “worst blood shortage in over a decade.” The Red Cross is saying that the shortage is so bad that hospitals are starting to make decisions on which patients need a blood transfusion and which ones do not. TV2’s Shane Troyano investigates how a “perfect storm” of issues led to this shortage and how people can help out.
A “made-from-scratch” business has spread its wings over the past couple of years in Kent. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, this bakery might be just the spot to test your sweet tooth. TV2’s Shane Troyano discovers the secret recipe of success at The Mockingbird Bakery.
A popular event at Kent State has taken a back seat due to the pandemic but the Undergraduate Student Government is bringing it back with some changes. TV2’S Shane Troyano talks how USG is utilizing virtual tools to put on Flashfest.
After a long year of waiting for a normal graduation, that day is officially almost here. TV2’s Shane Troyano has more on how Kent State is having in-person graduations for not only the Class of 2021, but the Classes of 2020.
A popular student organization on campus has made some changes due to the pandemic. TV2’s own Shane Troyano talks about how an organization involving some of our furry four-legged friends has been affected.
New studies support the idea that a good mood can lead to good health. Sounds great at first, but for college students, every day seems to bring a new struggle. What are these struggles? TV2’s own Shane Troyano brings you the full rundown.
An almost forgotten opioid epidemic is being put back into the spotlight with singer Demi Lovato detailing her own drug overdose back in 2018 in a new documentary. TV2’s own Shane Troyano explores why Kent State Students need to take this issue even more seriously now than ever before.