By Howard Mahoney
CSU is rethinking its hiring freeze policy; access to education is critical in the current economic downturn, says Schwartz..
Record turnout for SGA elections; approved for summer -By Jeremy Bader
A record number of students turned out to vote for the Student Government Association elections held last week. In addition to voting for candidates contesting for positions on the SGA, voters were asked to vote on if they wanted to continue with the U-Pass program and expand it to summer semester.
Clevelanders protest on tax day with a tea party -Jeremy Bader
Clevelanders joined the nation-wide anti-tax “tea parties” on April 15th, the last day for filing individual taxes. The tea-party in Cleveland took place in Mall C, near the Convention Center.
New release worth your precious dollars-By Lisa Heinrich
On April 17 audiences at the movie theaters were shocked by the action-packed, character-loving, political and journalism based movie that hit the screen.
Entangled world of politics and journalism- By Mike Soltesz
The movie State of Play is a political thriller that touches on the pressures of deadlines in the life of a journalist. It is about trials and tragedies of an investigating reporter who is torn between loyalty and professionalism, between facts and opinions.