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|| Kent State's Super Fan
| As one athletic season ends and another begins at Kent State, the faces in the crowd cheering on the flashes seem to come and go. But there is one special fan who roots for her Golden Flashes no matter what the season. TV2’s Randy Ziemnik has the story.
|| Changing the Freshman Experience
|Beginning this summer, eight residence halls on campus will be knocked down as a way to lower costs and increase efficiency...and some students are feeling sentimental about the loss. TV-2's Kristen Traynor has the story.
|Beth Rankin is a weekly columnist for the Daily Kent Stater. In her series, The Changing Face of Prejudice, Beth wrote a controversial story about the organization Black United Students. TV2’s Stefanie Frerotte has the story.
|| Snow Removal
|Snow removal is never an easy task, and with the record snowfall this year parking services jobs haven't been easy or cheap.
TV2 Reporter, Lindsay Curran took a look at the difficulty and costs of the messy winter.
|| Tornado Safety Awareness Week
|Kent State spent the last week making students and staff more aware of the emergency procedures for severe weather. But do we all know where to go if an incident were to take place. TV2’s Jeff Dick, has the story.
|| You've been Blazed
Denny Blaze is famously known on YouTube as “The Average Homeboy.” During the past years he has become an internet phenomena.
TV2 reporter Antasha Durbin sat down with our local cyber celebrity to find out what makes a so-called ‘average’ guy so popular.
|| Kent State Alternative Spring Break
|While some Kent State students visited exotic beaches over spring break, there was a group of students who spent their time off helping others.
Kent State’s alternative spring break sent volunteers down to Biloxi, Mississippi and New Orleans to help out in the relief effort.
While students’ efforts were greatly appreciated by residents, the future of the program is uncertain.
TV2’s Mitch Cooper has the story.
|| Expensive Snow
|Every year the university spends up to 300,000 dollars cleaning the snow on its main campus. However…this year the cost will go up due to an 18-inch snow early this month.
TV2 reporter Sijan Baral has the details.
Going to college can be an adjustment for anyone. But when you are from another country the adjustment is far different. Stefanie Frerotte talks to two students from Nepal about the challenges they face.
|| USG election
|Kent State University’s Undergraduate Student Government will elect its senators and executives on March 10 and 11 for a one-year term. This year, several candidates are unopposed, including the executive director.
TV2 reporter Sijan Baral has a story about the student government election.
|There are about 250 thefts per year reported on the Kent campus.
Tv-2’s Rob Walls has more on the story.
|| Undergraduate Student Senate Elections
|Presidential primaries aren’t the only elections in the land. Kent State student government is having elections right here on campus. TV-2’s Jeff Johnson has more on what is being done to prepare for these elections.
|| Hillary Clinton in Akron
|Last Saturday several prominent women from the business world, political world and Hollywood came to The University of Akron to rally for president Hillary Clinton, who won Ohio’s primary three days later. TV2’s Gavin Jackson has the story.
|| MAC East Championship
| The Kent State men’s basketball just clinched their sixth M.A.C East title and TV2’s Randy Ziemnik has more about this historic event.
|| Project Hallway
|The fashion program at Kent State University gives great opportunities for students to gain experience and show off their hard work.
TV2 Reporter Lindsay Curran, looks at what is done in the program.
|| The Dutchman
Saturday night a group of 25 people gathered outside of the Music and Speech building- they were waiting for their ticket to the past.
Tv2 reporter Antasha Durbin was there and has the story.
|| Real Heroes
|Local heroes were honored Saturday morning for their acts of courage in the last year. Portage country Red Cross held a breakfast and awards ceremony to recognize our "Real Heroes."
Tv2 reporter Caitlin Prarat has more.
|| Giant Eagle
Ohio abolished their blue laws in 2004, which prohibit the sale of liquor, wine or beer on Sunday. The issue still raises many concerns in some communities. Today, the members of Rootstown will decide if it is right decision for their community.
TV2’s Stephanie Blackstone has the story.
|| World's Greatest Music Collection
|Music is a love shared by many, but one Pittsburgh resident takes that passion to a whole new level. Paul Mawhinney (MA-WINNIE) has dedicated his life to collecting music and has built up a lifetime of memories.
|| Preparing for Election 68th District
|In the race for state representative for the 68th district, both parties have uncontested primaries; however both candidates are starting to prepare for the general election. TV-2’s Kristen Traynor has the story.