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 [...]

A River of Art

The last Cuyahoga river fire occurred on June 22, 1969. This year marked fifty years since that huge turning point and northeast Ohio broke out in celebration of how far the Cuyahoga has come since that fateful day.  Many community members and groups decided to share their pride for the Cuyahoga’s accomplishments through a number [...]

Opinion: Akron Sewer Project Hurts City’s Poor with High Rates

The term environmental justice is sweeping environmental advocacy groups and progressive political spheres alike. The term refers to achieving equality regarding access to clean water, unpolluted air and general resources across racial, gender and economic lines.  The definition of environmental injustice is when these quality-of-life markers are not met, and are unequal along these social [...]