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Women's soccer seeks steady improvement under new coach

Sonia Curvelo is now at the helm of the CSU women's soccer program

With new head coach Sonia Curvelo at the helm, it is more than a new season for Cleveland State University women’s soccer, it is a new era.

Men's soccer team embarks on season with young roster

Hasham Hammiuda receives a pass vs Salem University

With only one returning senior, mid-fielder and Cleveland native, Mike Derezic, the focus this year is to gain continuity among the young players and evaluate the talent that new players provide.

Athletics department taking nominations for Hall of Fame

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Open nomination process begins. Nomination form available online at the Cleveland State athletics homepage.


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Distinguished alumni share their CSU experience

As part of the 50th anniversary celebration, a group of alumni will be recognized for thier individual accomplishments in their respective fields and contributions to the university.

Arts & Entertainment

"Jersey Shore" star shares his story with students

MTV reality star "Mike the Situation" visited with students on August 28 to discuss his battles with alcohol and substance abuse.

Entertainment options this fall at US Bank Plaza

If you’re looking for something fun, free and exciting to be a part of this fall, downtown Cleveland has got you covered.

Student life

CSU plans yearlong celebration of 50th

Tentatively, the calendar of festivities spans from September to May. The list of events promises to attract not just students, but alumni and community members as well.

Catching up with two CSU sports alums

In conjunction with the university’s 50th anniversary celebration, The Cleveland Stater tracked down some of Cleveland State University’s most noteworthy athletes.

 

Then and now: 5 decades of campus growth

Cleveland State University’s 50th Anniversary marks a historic moment for a campus that has transformed incredibly.

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Cleveland State teams with Israeli University

Cleveland State University and the University of Haifa in Israel are officially in partnership, as President Ronald M. Berkman and Professor David Faraggi, Rector at the University of Haifa, signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Aug. 27.

Under the agreement, both parties pledge to create and develop collaborative learning opportunities for students and faculty members.

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A journey through time: 50 years of academic growth at Cleveland State

From the early 1960s, forest green and white filled the streets of Downtown Cleveland, students came in from the Greater Cleveland Area to one particular destination and the minds of successful men and women scattered the very streets students walk today.

On Nov. 30, 1963 Fenn College Trustee Chair, Harry Burnmester, Cleveland State University Trustee Chair, James Nance, Fenn College President G. Brooks Earnest and Cleveland State Trustee Edward Sloan unveiled the sign announcing The Cleveland State University.

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Undergraduate students show off research

Imagine being able to determine the handedness of someone just by looking at their bones and being able to apply this to forensics.

For Cleveland State University student Margret White, that is the exact purpose of the research she presented at the 2014 Undergraduate Poster Session Thursday, Sept. 4.

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Professor researches why the quality and accessibilty of information matters

We live in a new age of information overload, where information is so accessible that it is becoming increasingly difficult to choose sources and process information.

Dr. Ray Henry is researching this very phenomenon by attempting to discover how and why people choose certain sources and how the information being presented affects how it is processed.

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Washkewicz College of Engineering names exec-in-residence

Duane M. Crockrom was named to executive in residence for the Washkewicz College of Engineering.

Crockrom will be a liaison between Cleveland State University and the Parker Hannifin Corporation, whose Chairman, CEO and President is Don Washkewicz, for whom the college of engineering is named.

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