Spring break is right around the corner for Kent State students, but before you travel you should take some precautions in order to be safe on your week off.
With spring rolling around, an influx of people have started to inhabit the streets of Kent. As a way for new visitors to discover the downtown area, Main Street Kent has rolled out a new interactive map service that allows members of the public to go on virtual tours of the city’s public art. TV2’s Troy Pierson has the story.
While at times it seems like the campus has ground to a halt, the search for the perfect college has not. Troy Heatwole has the story.
After years of decline, Chapel Hill Mall has a chance at getting a whole new purpose. Andrew Kuder has the story.
The Global Understanding Research Initiative is hosting the Import/Export Art Exhibition at Kent State University. Kristyn Hibbett has the story…
What might courses look like this Fall, and what concerns do students have? TV2’s Cameron Miller has the story.
Fashion is something that’s never going away, yet it pollutes our planet more than we know. As consumers, we need to be more aware of this problem. Trista Bowser has more on the story.
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.
Many were left devastated from the cancellation of the 2020 Spring sports season. A vast majority of those devastated were senior athletes, they were not able to participate in sports their senior year. This year athletes and sport lovers are looking forward to the Spring 2021 sports season being reintroduced.
Student organizations on campus have had to switch it up this year due to the pandemic. Many organizations have made their events virtual including CHAARG. TV2’s Anna Louden spoke with CHAARG about their organization and what changes have been made this year.