A Laboratory Newspaper at Cleveland State University

February 5, 2009

The Cleveland Stater is published online and in print by students enrolled in classes in the School of Communication at
Cleveland State University.

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Caitlin Fertal

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Zalika Adams
Sarah Baker
Jeremy Bader
Matthew Grassi

Stephani Rowe
Mike Soltesz
Eric Sever
William F. Vida
Maggie McKinley
Howard Mahoney
Bryan D'Andrea
Eric Sever
Lisa Heinrich

Anup Kumar

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By Howard Mahoney

Faculty and students of CSU react favorably to the new president’s first steps in the White HouseAccording to Joe Sweeney, a third-year law student, “I am glad he is not trying to make sweeping changes overnight.”

A note from the editor- Eric Sever

•Tuitions remain frozen- Jeremy Bader
•Nissen calls for FDA reforms after salmonella crisis- William F. Vida
•Bookstore battles Internet- Caitlin Fertal
•CSU Business students take a legacy across borders- Zalika Adams
•Getting hired requires more than a good resume- Jon Wysochanski
•Cleveland Foundation gives $90,000 for D.C. internship program- Mike Soltesz
•Excitement in the air for Peabody’s Battle- Jon Wysochanski
•Speakers address multiculturalism in education- Jeremy Bader
•CAB breaks the ice to a new semester-Caitlin Fertal
•Get your Greek on- Lisa Heinrich

•Art Gallery opens new exhibit- Mike Soltesz
•Howard A. Mims remembered by CSU-Stephani Rowe

•Goff continues to dominate - Maggie McKinley
•Klein, Roque seeing 20/20-Bryan D’Andrea
•Cole Crushes Raiders hopes - Matthew Grassi
•Fencing hosts only home match of season- Lisa Heinrich
•Students react to new coach - Bryan D’Andrea

•Men’s swim team wins final home meet- William F. Vida
•Cheerleaders hold youth clinic- William F. Vida
•Women split dual meet, Behn breaks record- Sarah Baker
•What you’ve been missing in C-town- Maggie McKinleyi
Weiners served until the wee hours-Eric Sever

Parking problems elicit emotional responses-Matthew Grassi


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