The Covid-19 pandemic is responsible for a lot of the changes in society we see nowadays. One of the most important being the workplace. Many American workers have been displaced from their offices and buildings to now having to work their jobs from home. Here’s Jalen Bankston with more on the story.
ANCHOR INTRO: TODAY WAS A JOYOUS CELEBRATION, WHERE THE 2020 ALUMNI FINALLY GOT THERE CHANCE TO WALK ACROSS THE STAGE. OUR RAYGENE ENGLISH HAS MORE DETAILS ON WHAT HAPPENED EARLIER TODAY. RAYGENE?
Kent cinemas was one of the many local business shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic
WITH THE RISE OF JAPANESE CARTOON’S SWEEPING THE NATION, KENT STATE’S ANIME CLUB DISCUSSED WHY IT IS HAS THIS IMMENSE IMPACT. TV2’S GABBY JONAS HAS THE DETAILS.
THE RECENT TEXTURES MUSEUM LAUNCHED AT KENT STATE IS FURTHERING ITS EXHIBIT BY PARTNERING WITH THE WICK POETRY CENTER. CHRIS ABREU HAS MORE ON THE JOINT EFFORT.
THE FALL SEASON IS UPON US AND ONE BRACEVILLE FARM IS PREPARING FOR THEIR BIGGEST TIME OF THE YEAR. TV2’S NICK CLEMENTI HAS THE STORY.
THE STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY HAVE BEEN TAKING ACTION TO HOPEFULLY SEE A CHANGE IN THE DINING SERVICES HERE AT KENT STATE. TV2’S KELSEY DRENNEN HAS THE STORY.
KENT STATE’S HOMECOMING WINNER IS MAKING HISTORY WHILE TEACHING MIDDLE CHEERLEADING AT HER ALMA MATER. TV2’S KELLY KRABILL HAS THE STORY.
HOMECOMING IS ABOUT CELEBRATING WHERE YOU COME FROM. FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, THIS CAN BE DIFFICULT. ABIGAIL FORBES HAS THE STORY ON HOW KENT STATE UNIVERSITY HAS BEEN GIVING THEIR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS THE FEELING OF HOME.