K-12 on CSU Campus
Cleveland State University President Ronald M. Berkman spoke on his plan for the future of the university and the city to the members of the community at the City Club of Cleveland on Jan. 29. Read More
Controversy Over Where to Buy Textbooks
Some controversy that erupted over an email sent out by the Office of the Provost about textbook purchases made the beginning of the semester a little spicier.
The e-mail, sent to faculty, pertained to the agreement with the Nebraska Book Company and read, in part, “the University is contractually limited in its interactions with other bookstores or e-commerce sites…respectfully, we ask all faculty to refrain from distributing any information to students except the CSU Bookstore about where students can or should buy their textbooks.” Read More
Rough Start for CSU Men's Basketball
Going into the 2009-2010 season, Vikings Head Coach Gary Waters knew that expectations were going to be very high since he lead his team to their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1986 in March of 2009.
The Vikings have been tested by very strong college basketball programs so far this season, but there are many that still feel that the Vikings have a good chance at making a strong finish. Read More