Because college is a time of transition for many students, mental health is becoming a larger part of the conversation. However, one issue often goes overlooked – eating disorders. Maddy Haberberger has more.
As Kent State University prepares to transition to fully remote instruction ahead of fall break, students say attending college during the pandemic is taking a major toll on them. Connor Steffen has more on the feelings from campus.
Tiera Moore is the first African-American woman in Kent State University history to serve as USG. Her staff has been hard at work to make this first term impactful in a age of a global health pandemic and extreme racism.
Several students and Kent residents deal with food insecurity and this has only heightened due to the pandemic. Sister Circle, an initiative out of the Student Multi-Cultural Center at Kent State, organized a food drive as a way to help. Alencia Lang has the story.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, commonly known as seasonal depression, is a mood disorder that comes around during a specific time of year, usually during the winter months. Our reporter Rachel Gross has more information on how some students deal with the disorder, as well as ways to treat it.
Due to the second wave of COVID-19, Kent State University developed a plan to move students all online after Thanksgiving break to stop the spread of the virus. Mackenzie Pflum has all the details on the story.
The election has finally wrapped up and Joe Biden was announced the winner. We have many different reactions to the election. Our reporter, Ian Herrmann has the story.
On Sunday, Kent State University hosted students and community members for free COVID-19 testing. Ben Pagani spoke with Kent Health Department officials and people who were tested to get more information about COVID-19 testing on campus before the holiday season.
Anchor Intro: Life for many Kent students and faculty may or may not change within the next few days. Marynette Holmes has more…
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