A Laboratory Newspaper at Cleveland State University


April 23, 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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Online Editor
Caitlin Fertal

Stater staff
Zalika Adams
Sarah Baker
Jeremy Bader

Bryan D'Andrea
Lisa Heinrich
Matthew Grassi


Stephani Rowe
Mike Soltesz
Eric Sever


William F. Vida

Maggie McKinley
Howard Mahoney

Jon Wysochanski


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Anup Kumar

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Columbia Journalism Review

 

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

Tea Party Protests
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.

•Gay or straight, GLASA helps students play it safe- By Caitlin Fertal
•Law degree allows students to write their own ticket-By Jon Wysochanski
•Five years of service from CSU students - By Caitlin Fertal
•Police on look out for criminal trespassing - By Jon Wysochanski

•Nance celebrates 10th anniversary of Ahuja Hall- By Zalika Adams

•Dr. Bibo Li advances understanding of parasitic infections- By Matthew Grassi
•Changing job market makes choosing major difficult- By Zalika Adams
•Down on the corner, out in the street- By Stephani Rowe
•A look into CSU's newest play The Alchemist before its debut-By Mike Soletsz
•What you've been missing in C-town-By Maggie McKinley
•CoolCleveland.com hosts networking party at CSU- By Maggie McKinley


•Long awaited Greenhouse Tavern opens doors -By Eric Sever

•An issue I'm tired of talking about-By Eric Sever

SPORTS
•Women’s tennis closes out season with a win-By Sarah Baker
•Men's tennis finishes perfect in Horizon League- By Sarah Baker
•Vikings take two of three from Butler- By Bryan D’Andrea
Softball collecting wins, Coppus and Macenko set records -By Sarah Baker

Students upset with Tribe's slow start-By Matthew Grassi

2009 NFL mock draft: Cleveland Browns-By William F. Vida

Facebook used in scouting NFL prospect -By Bryan D'Andrea

   


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