Kent State University has made several changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These changes have caused student organizations, like Focus on the Future, to do things a lot differently than they have in the past. Alencia Lang has the story.
Just ahead of Tuesday’s presidential debate at Case Western, a Black Lives Matter protest filled the area around Wade Lagoon. Our reporter Rachel Gross was on the scene in downtown Cleveland.
Dussel Farm in Kent, Ohio has been around for 70 years and relies on its pumpkin festival for most of its income. Here’s how they are keeping customers safe while still giving off fall magic during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kent State Women’s Basketball team is beginning preparations for their 2020 season, but this season will be unlike any other, TV2’s Jack Berney has the story.
With less than 30 days until the presidential election, Senate republicans are scrambling to fill the vacancy left by the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Women’s rights advocates are concerned about President Trump’s nominee for the future of legislation like Roe v. Wade – our Maddy Haberberger has why.
A small community comes together in raising funds for something they believe in. Marynette Holmes has more.
The Kent State Recreation and Wellness Center has put a policy in place to reduce the spread of the Corona Virus and protect it’s students, members, and facility.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, BEGINS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. KENT STATE UNIVERSITY ALSO LOOKS TO PARTICIPATE THIS WEEK AS STUDENTS AND STAFF ARE USING THEIR RESOURCES TO SPREAD AWARENESS.
The pandemic has caused a huge shift in the lives of everyone across the world. However, many Americans are trying to return to normal life and one of many high schools in Ohio is attempting to do that with sports. Ian Herrmann has the story.