A Laboratory Newspaper at Cleveland State University


November 14 , 2008

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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

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Anup Kumar

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Columbia Journalism Review

 

By Maggie McKinley

A cloud of silence fell over Cleveland sports lovers when it was announced early Tuesday, Nov. 11 2008, that Cleveland Indians icon Herb Score had passed away. Score passed away at the age of 75 in his Rocky River home after a lengthy battle with a prolonged illness.

•New federal regulations on financial aid - Faith Hampton
•CSU prepares for returning war vets - Emily Ouzts
•PRSSA joins statewide organ donation campaign - Faith Hampton
•Obama's impact on civil rights discussed at Law School forum - Howard Mahoney
•USPC reviews plan - Courtney Pellack
•County prosecutor Mason offers advice to students - Ryan Smarsh
•Employee buyout to balance budget - Matthew Grassi
•Too young to influence America - William Vida
•Not your average beer - Matthew Grassi
•Common Reading Experience wraps up with lecture on Islamic Art - Eric Sever
•People's Art Show exhibit works of local artists - Tisha Linen-Carter
•CSU's week long Radiothon 2008 - Lisa Heinrich
•CSU alumnus gives African-American students a "Blueprint" for change at Male Initiative forum - Cheryl D'Mello
•CSU plans to convert Doan Electric Building into condominiums - Vince Fratiani
Counseling center prepares students for final exam week - Tara Chalmers

•BBB provides financial advice to youth - Tisha Linen-Carter
•Jazz Orchestra greeted by legendary musician - Faith Hampton
•Something old, something new, everything LUXE-urious - Eric Sever
•ODAMA celebrates Native American heritage - Caitlin Fertal
•Drama department finds modern relevance in Ibsen's "A Doll House" - Eric Sever

•Production of "Mama's Boys" impresses - Caitlin Fertal
•Don't forget your veggies - Caitlin Fertal
•Cross Country travels to Indiana for the Great Lakes Regional - Matthew Gadus
•CSU Volleyball Woodling Gym to host conference tournament - Matthew Gadus

•Goff places first at Michigan State Open - Bryan D'Andrea
•Browns give fans mixed emotions - William F. Vida

•Morton pleased with swimmers - Matthew Wilder
•Seniors lead raw recruits - Matthew Wilder
•Two late goals advance CSU - Maggie McKinley
•No tie this time - Matthew Gadus
•Klein controls backcourt - Bryan D'Andrea


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