In an exclusive interview with The Cleveland Stater Cleveland
Mayor Frank Jackson discusses the Ohio brain drain, the health
care industry and Northeast Ohio’s green future. Just
days after delivering his 2009 State of the City address last
month, and debate surrounding the location of a Cleveland
Medical Mart and concern over a stagnant national economy,
Jackson wants the students of Cleveland State University to
feel encouraged with local job prospects.
debate tuition, U-Pass -By Jeremy
With the Student Government Association elections scheduled
April 13-15, candidates are campaigning to win the support
of their peers. Four candidates for the SGA took the opportunity
to let voters know about their positions on various issues
and make their case as to why they will be the best choice.
There are two candidates in the fray for the position of president
of the SGA. Only one of the candidates, Abdul Ameen, was present
in person for the debate. His challenger Mohammad Faraj was
absent and was represented in the debate by his proxy Richard
welcomes back its first All-American swimmer -By
William F. Vida
Three times a charm for Junior Jakub Dobies who won his first
and school’s first All-American honor during the Division
I NCAA tournament on March 27, in College Station, Texas.
is working on comprehensive health care reform bill -By
A panel of speakers at a Journal of Law and Health lecture
series held on April 1 at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
agreed that insurers need to stop competing to avoid chronically
ill patients and discussed solutions to the failing system,
including a health care reform bill that should be introduced
to the Senate by July.
"yay" or "ney, but do not forget to vote-
By Zalika Adams
Its time to vote again! Vote for or against Cleveland State’s
Universal Pass, better known as the U-Pass, April 13-15. This
square sticker was applied to a little more than 4,200 VikingCards,
this spring semester. The students that registered for at
least one credit at Cleveland State University’s main
campus has the opportunity to vote “yay” or “nay”
for the U-Pass. It costs students inevitably $25, whether
they use the pass or not.