A Laboratory Newspaper at Cleveland State University


October 31, 2008

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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MU 248
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Cleveland State University
2001 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44115

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(216) 687-5094

Fax
(216)687-5588

E-mail
cleveland.stater@ csuohio.edu

Web site:
csuohio.edu/class/com/clevelandstater

Online Editor
Faith Hampton

Stater staff
Tara Chalmers
Bryan D'Andrea
Caitlin Fertal
Matthew Gadus

Faith Hampton
Lisa Heinrich
Tisha Linen-Carter
Howard Mahoney
Maggie McKinley
Emily Ouzts
Courtney Pellack
Eric Sever
William Vida
Matthew Wilder

Adviser
Anup Kumar

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Columbia Journalism Review

 

By Maggie McKinley

Construction for the HealthLine had disrupted the flow of Euclid Avenue, caused havoc for local shops and plagued Cleveland State for nearly the past four years.

•Got football - Matthew Wilder
•Is Issue 6 a no or a go? - Courtney Pellack
•Overdue student accounts will go to collectors - Faith Hampton
•Speakers discuss media's role in the presidential election - Tara Chalmers
•College of Science launches Center for Gene Regulation in Health and Diseases - Bryan D' Andrea
•Student mutual fund weathers market crisis - Howard Mahoney
•Bad weather didn't stop banned readings - Eric Sever
•Lawyer defends whistleblowers - William Vida
•College of Law holds award ceremony - Tisha Linen-Carter
•Issues on the ballot - Courtney Pellack
•Board of Trustees evaluates University's financial future - Howard Mahoney
•Yes, I am red - A Republican view - Tisha Linen-Carter
•Students react to CSU's possible name change - Tara Chalmers

•Scholar shares her impressions of U.S. - Faith Hampton
NAQT extends deadline- Caitlin Fertal

•Four decades of a Cleveland Legend - Eric Sever

•Volunteers make a difference - Lisa Heinrich
•Costumes, candy and fun - OH MY! - Emily Ouzts
•Midvike Madness - Lisa Heinrich & Matthew Wilder
•Night of the Living Dead - Caitlin Fertal

•Controversial play Oleanna performed at CSU - Bryan Ritchey
•Vikings shoot for title run - Bryan D' Andrea
•Women's Tennis team ends fall season - William Vida
•Tulleners steps into Sager's shoes - Matthew Wilder

•Women's soccer ends regular season with record eight wins - Matthew Gadus
•Vikings edge Wright State to clinch first round bye - Maggie McKinley

•CSU Cross Country travels to Green Bay - Matthew Gadus


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