Downtown Kent has had some new additions this year including The Fruit Stand that opened in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. TV2’s Anna Louden talks with the fruit stand about how business has been doing despite the pandemic.
Like many businesses, bars have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. TV2’s Andrew Kuder looks at one example called Missing Mountain Brewing Company.
The Akron-Canton regional Foodbank gives to many families in need. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the way that the foodbank is used to operating the organization looks a little different.
Over the past five years, the sneaker industry has risen in popularity as companies such as Nike and Adidas partner with fashion designers to create unique footwear, all of which has attracted the interest of college students. TV2’s Troy Pierson has the story.
By Troy Heatwole Keeping safe does not mean you have to stay put. Intramural sports are still active and thriving on Kent State’s campus. Troy Heatwole has the story.
The weather is warming up and most people are taking advantage of these sunny days to boost their moods. Trista Bowser has more on the story.
Kent Interhall Council hosted Wellness Week to give students an outlet for students and taught different forms of self care. Kristyn Hibbett has the story
A popular student organization on campus has made some changes due to the pandemic. TV2’s own Shane Troyano talks about how an organization involving some of our furry four-legged friends has been affected.
Are Kent State Club Sports set to return in Fall 2021? TV2’s Cameron Miller has the story.