Many student organizations have had to make some big changes this year in order to keep meeting, even with all the Covid-19 restrictions. TV2’s Anna Louden spoke with FAB to learn what they’ve been doing to still reach students.
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 HOLIDAYS ARE LOOKING DIFFERENT THIS YEAR IN DOWNTOWN KENT, SO MAIN STREET IS WORKING WITH LOCAL ARTISTS TO BRING THE HOLIDAY CHEER RIGHT TO YOUR LIVING ROOM. HALENA SEPULVEDA SPOKE WITH THE ORGANIZATION ABOUT HOW THEY ARE MAKING THIS HOLIDAY A SAFER AND HAPPIER ONE.
The pandemic has caused many dance companies to cancel or move performances. One local group though found a way to dance through the pandemic and perform for an audience in a safe way. Jack Berney has the story.
During the Coronavirus Pandemic, many have lost their jobs and sources of income. But how is the pandemic affecting performers and artists in the area? Christian Hinton has the story… It’s an issue for many local venues all across the world, having to close their doors, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic – and many local artists are struggling to find work.
The KSU Republicans and Democrats have been hard at work these last two weeks going into Super Tuesday. They have been phone banking for their respective candidates, and I sat down with their respective leadership to discuss what they have been doing going into the final closing arguments of this presidential race.
Residents of Kent are even more divided than ever, with reports of political signs being stolen all around the area. Our reporter Rachel Gross took a look at how this can be considered a crime.