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Carys Behn, Photo Courtesy of CSU AthleticsSwim and Dive Coach Says Squads are Ready for Tourney

CSU’s men’s swimming and diving team finished up their regular season with a win at home over University of Illinois Chicago on Feb. 6, while the women’s team bested both UIC and Youngstown State University at home on the same day.

Both the men’s and women’s teams have a couple weeks off before they return to action for the Horizon League Championship. Read More


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Photo Courtesy of Pat Tillman FoundationPat Tillman Foundation Partners with CSU

The Pat Tillman Foundation has identified Cleveland State University as one of the few universities across the country to partner in the Tillman Military Scholarship program. Read More


Noon @ Nance Engages Business Representatives

The college of business held
another Noon @ Nance event titled, Creating Your Online Media Strategy: Online Advertising, Feb. 12, hosted by Jim D’Orazio, professor of marketing, Nance College of Business.

Noon @ Nance is a series of interactive panel discussions, started last fall, which gives students the opportunity to learn from local area entrepreneurs and business leaders the current trends and best practices in business. Read More


Men's Tennis Still Dominating

CSU’s men’s tennis team continued to dominate on the road over the weekend, posting victories against IPFW on Feb. 12 and Dayton on Feb. 13.

Saturday’s 7-0 shutout against Dayton brought the Vikings to a record of 7-1 this season, with their Jan. 30 match against Xavier as their only loss. Read More


Voicing Your Opinion Can Make a Difference

Ask anyone on campus to list their biggest complaints. Whether justified or not, the issue of parking is bound to come up. It seems everyone has a parking story to tell. Well I've got a story as well, but this one has a bittersweet resolution – in a way, I won.

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Dryer Catches Fire at CSU Rec Center

CSU Police received a call Friday, Feb. 12 at 11:25 A.M. about a fire in progress in the laundry room of the Recreation Center at CSU.

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Cavs Say So Long to Cedric Jackson

Former CSU standout Cedric Jackson’s run with the Cleveland Cavaliers has come to an end. Jackson was released by the Cavaliers after his second 10-day contract expired during the All-Star break.

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Immigrants Learn Career Skills

International Students
gathered in Levin College on Friday, Feb. 10 for tips on resume writing, interviewing and job hunting.

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SGA Moves Elections Online

This spring, Student Government Association (SGA) elections will be conducted online for the first time. This is part of an all-around effort to increase student involvement.

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Faculty Optimistic for Drama and Dance Merger

The proposal to merge the drama and dance departments is moving forward as forums for faculty to voice any concerns yielded little response. Most faculty view the merger beneficial for the students affected, allowing them to interact with others who share a passion for the performing arts.

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Panel to Discuss Racial Inequality in Administration of Health Care

As the debate on health care legislation hits a grindstone, the CSU College of Urban Affairs is exploring the role race plays in the health care debate by hosting a panel discussion this Friday in the Atrium of the Urban Affairs building. The panel discussion entitled “Race and Health Care Disparities” and is being organized by the college of Urban Affairs through a grant from the National Institute for Health.

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Photo by Joe BianchiniCafe Bellas Artes Tangos the Night Away

As part of the celebration of Latino culture at CSU, the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, along with the Cleveland Museum of Art, hosted their sixth annual Café Bellas Artes on Feb. 12.

Students, faculty and staff gathered with members of the Latino community at Mather Mansion to enjoy the night of dance and music. Sherrie Pallotta and Guillermo Pimentel-DeNovais, professional dance partners of the TANGOrush organization demonstrated and embraced their love of tango dancing. Read More