Irland Reflects On The History of the Cuyahoga River The Cuyahoga River is a body of water that has tons of history. Through its ups and downs it continues to be valued by community members in Northeast Ohio. The Cuyahoga River has seen the absolute low points of pollution as well as the recent high point of being named a state water trail. [...]

About me: David Williams

I was born and raised it Wooster, Ohio and moved to Kent in 2016. I'm studying multimedia journalism and history. I've worked for The Kent Stater, Kent State's independent student run news publication for two years. This summer I began working at NPR's local affiliat, WKSU. At WKSU I focus on local issues affecting communities [...]

About Me: Lyndsey Brennan

Lyndsey Brennan has worked as a teacher, library assistant, and event planner in Ohio and Honduras. She is currently a master’s student in the journalism program at Kent State University, and serves as a graduate assistant for the Center for Scholastic Journalism, helping to organize and execute Ohio Scholastic Media Association (OSMA) workshops and conventions. [...]

Clay O’Neal

Hello! My name is Clayton O'Neal, but I typically go by Clay. I am a senior at Kent State University majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in marketing. This past fall, I had the privilege of leading TV2, our student-run television station, as general manager, where I worked to expand the my skills and [...]