THE KENT AFRICAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION HELD THEIR 24th ANNUAL AFRICAN NIGHT. OUR REPORTER TANISHA THOMAS HAS MORE ON THE TURN OUT FOR THE EVENT.
Has “Fake Patty’s” day, the brainchild of KSU students grown out of control in recent years? TV2’s Andrew McGuinness has the story.
AMERICANS ARE THROWING AWAY BILLIONS OF POUNDS OF FOOD EACH YEAR THAT INSTEAD COULD BE USED TO FEED LOCAL CIVILIANS WHICH IS WHAT ONE KENT PROGRAM IS AIMING TO DO. TV2’S MACY KITTELBERGER HAS THE STORY.
WITH SPRING BREAK COMING UP…SOME KENT STATE STUDENTS MAY SPEND THEIR TIME DRINKING AND PARTYING. BUT KENT STATE OFFICIALS WANT TO MAKE SURE STUDENTS ARE SAFE BY HOLDING A SAFE SPRING BREAK KICKOFF. REPORTER MARIA DEBONE HAS MORE…
TOYS R US IS CLOSING AND LIQUIDATING ALL OF THEIR U.S. STORES. REPORTER DAVID BURGETT SHOWS US THE IMPACT ONLINE SHOPPING HAS ON SMALLER STORES AND HOW IT LED TO THE DOWNFALL OF TOYS R US.
Honeybee populations have been hit with major losses recently and local beekeepers are now looking to combat that. Steven Kubitza has the story.
A CAFÉ RUN BY ONE OF KENT STATE’S BUSINESS FRATERNITIES HAS REOPENED AFTER CONFLICTS WITH SOME NEW UNIVERSITY POLICIES. TV2 REPORTER CLAY ONEAL HAS THE STORY.
The Kent robotics team is gearing up for national competition in May. Reporter, Nathan Reineck has the story.
A KSU GRADUATE STUDENT IS ADVOCATING FOR STUDENTS WITH INVISIBLE DISABILITIES ON CAMPUS. TIA MYERS-ROCKER HAS THE STORY.
Ritchies Sporting Goods is usually busy, but what happens when baseball season hits? TV2’s Remy Johnson has the story.