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Professor Writes Book on Borrowing Limits

It’s no secret that there’s a trend in this country that pushes high school students toward a college education and the benefits of college are often stressed.

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CSU Wind Tower Takes Top Prize

The first wind tower at Cleveland State University took home the top prize in the Advanced Energy, Power & Propulsion category. Presented at the 2010 NorTech Awards Ceremony, in partnership with Crain’s Cleveland Business, CSU was one of 12 institutions recognized for their achievements in Northeast Ohio.

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Tuition Likely to Increase Again in Fall

Students returning in the fall should know that a tuition rate increase is very likely. The tuition hike was proposed at the Academic Affairs Committee meeting on March 16. No committee member raised any opposition during the meeting and the proposal will likely move to a board vote (and approval) on April 12.

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Get online tutoring any time

The Tutoring and Academic Success Center (TASC) has been offering eTutoring options to students who cannot access TASC during regular hours.

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Viking Football a Ways Off

President Berkman spoke briefly about football before the Academic Affairs Committee meeting began on March 16.

In short, it looks like it could cost an additional $4, $6, or $8 per credit hour per student to fund a Viking football team, but there are still many unknowns..

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Men's Tennis Break top-75 in Nation

Cleveland State’s men’s tennis team received news that they cracked the top 75 of the ITA National Rankings last week during their Spring Break trip to Florida where they only beat one of the four teams they faced.

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Lady Vikes Make It to NCAA tourney

The Cleveland State women's basketball team exited early from the NCAA Tournament after losing to No. 2 seeded Notre Dame 86-58 in the first round.

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Reactions to Men's Basketball Season

Following up a successful season is one of the hardest things to do in sports. Fans who hoped for a similar run to the 2008-2009 season have mixed feelings about the Vikes’ overall performance this year.

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Cleveland International Film Festival Returns

In the middle of a national economic crisis, which affects nearly every American in some way or another, Forbes Magazine released its annual feature Feb. 18 listing the 20 most miserable cities in the U.S.

Cleveland holds the unsavory position at the top of the list that highlights numerous unflattering statistics about the metropolitan areas that millions of Americans call home.

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Dean Drnek Addresses Students' Concerns

Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a town hall style forum with Dr. Jim Drnek, dean of students, on Tuesday, March 23. Drnek spent time answering questions from about a dozen students, who had a variety of concerns about University issues.
A young woman in her first semester at CSU addressed concerns about finding a major, specifically where to go to learn about the requirements, expectations and future opportunities associated with each.

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Renowned Playwright Özen Yula Comes to CSU

Özen Yula, an acclaimed Turkish playwright and director, has come to Cleveland to share his talents with local playhouses. During his nine month stay, he will help create original productions for Cleveland State’s dramatic arts department, the Cleveland Public Theatre and John Hay High School.

His visit to Cleveland is sponsored by the Creative Fusion Program, the Cleveland Foundation’s International Artist-in-Residence Program.

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