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The Daily Kent Stater is the leading source of news and information for the Kent campus. The periodical is published Monday through Friday during the regular academic year and weekly in the summer. The online edition is www.kentwired.com.
The Burr is a popular general interest magazine published twice during the academic year. The staff also produces a digital edition called the CyBurr.
TV2 features live news at 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. with live and taped sports, talk and variety programs on campus and community cable channels Monday through Friday during the academic year.
Black Squirrel Radio, Kent State's student-run radio station, can be heard on campus, community cable and the Internet. BSR is a multi-format station offering a mix of urban, alternative, talk and more.
Uhuru is a publication of Black United Students. Uhuru speaks directly to the 10 percent of minorities on the campus community.
Kent's literary publication, Luna Negra, is a blend of poetry, prose, photography and illustration. The magazine is produced twice a year by students in the English department.
A Magazine is the university’s first student-run fashion publication. From edgy black and white stills to personal profiles about Kent State fashion students, A Magazine hopes to bridge the gap between journalism and fashion.
Fusion magazine addresses sexual minority issues within the general university population. The magazine strives to unify people of different backgrounds through education and awareness.
To learn more about Student Media, visit the homepage.