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Welcome to our new series, “Voices of the Pandemic”, where we interview Kent students, staff and residents about their unique experiences and perspectives on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In our first episode, I sat down with Senior Interior Design student Rebecca Dearth. Dearth was a part of the KSU Florence study-abroad program when the pandemic […]

Photo Credit: USA Today Network The BSR Sports Department is back at the 2021 NFL Mock Draft table with our second version. To read version one, click here. We’ve got some movement and a few surprises. Let’s see where the picks fell this time! __________________________________________ 1) Jacksonville Jaguars- Trevor Lawrence: QB, Clemson (Logan Egleston- BSR […]

Photo Credit: Athlon Sports Folks, it truly is the best time of the year. The weather is getting warmer, the flowers are starting to bloom, the birds are moving back up north, and that little chump Punxsutawney Phil surely can no longer see his shadow.   March is awesome. But more importantly, March is Madness. As […]

Photo Credit: The San Diego Union-Tribune Most people who prognosticated the winner of the 2021 Men’s MAC Basketball Tournament would likely be lying if they picked the No. 5 seeded Ohio Bobcats to win it all. After obliterating Kent State on Thursday and downing top-seeded Toledo yesterday, the Bobcats punched their ticket to March Madness […]

Photo by Bob Levey  Former Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt had played his entire career in Houston prior to his release a few weeks ago. From there, the sweepstakes were on to sign the future Hall of Famer.  Some of the reported teams included: the Cleveland Browns, the Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, and […]

Photo Credit: wsaz.com Kent State was dealt a major blow 20 minutes before tip-off when All-MAC Senior forward Danny Pippen was ruled out of the MAC Tournament quarterfinal versus the Ohio Bobcats.  Without Pippen and All-MAC Third Teamer Michael Nuga, the Ohio Bobcats decimated the Kent State Golden Flashes 85-63 The Golden Flashes were porous […]

Photo Credit: whnt.com On the one year anniversary of Kent State shutting down thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the BSR Staff decided to reminisce about that day, and share their feelings about what they have learned during the last year. Click the embed below to listen to the podcast. Click here if the embed is […]

Online classes have brought a whole new world of technology for professors. They’re many platforms to use for class lectures, but professors mainly use either Microsoft Teams, Zoom, or Blackboard Learn.  Students have seen professors struggling to find out how to navigate through each application, wondering why they don’t switch platforms.   “Zoom is my […]

Photo Credit: SI.com The Black Squirrel Radio sports staff is getting in on the NFL mock draft game! Check back every two weeks to see the latest NFL mock draft from the Members of the BSR Sports Department. Let’s get into the picks for 2021 V1! _________________________________________________ 1) Jacksonville Jaguars- Trevor Lawrence: QB, Clemson (Gabe […]

Photo by John Shearer  In the past couple of weeks, local country artist, Morgan Wallen, has been in hot waters recently for being caught on video saying the n-word to one of his friends. The general public thought he would be canceled for his behavior, but it seems like he won’t.   Morgan Wallen released […]


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