POV Wins SGA Elections
The Party of One Voice is the clear winner of the Student Government Association executive board election after last week’s vote, which also put an interesting spin on the climactic football issue.
With two current executive board members in Vice-President elect Shauna Jackson and President re-elect Mohammad Faraj, One Voice won with just over 61 percent of the vote, an overwhelming majority in the two-party race. One Voice gained the support of 1,010 students, while opponent Students Opportunity for Success came up short with 639 votes.
Wolstein Seeking New Management
CSU’s Division of Business Affairs and Finance is reviewing and analyzing all proposals in preparation for a formal recommendation to the Board of Trustees this month regarding the issue of finding new management for the Wolstein Center.
“I think it’s important to the university to make this really transparent,” said Assistant Vice President for Campus Support Services Clare Rahm. “It’s important to CSU and to Cleveland.”
Panelists Analyze Tea Party
Obama supporter Greg Schultz shocked the audience when he told them that the Tea Party movement was good for the health care debate during a panel discussion on politics and health care April 20 in the Parker Hannifin Building.
Schultz, Ohio Director for Organizing America, along with Dr. Justin Vaughn and Marty Plax, both CSU professors in political science, tackled current issues surrounding the health care debate including Republican intransigency and the role the Tea Party plays.
"ChatRoulette": a voyeuristic gamble for unsuspecting users
A new Web sensation is making waves around the world. ChatRoulette.com is as controversial and enticing to users as an open window excites a peeping Tom. The only difference is, you will not find yourself in handcuffs after taking a peek into the lives of others on this site.
ChatRoulette.com allows you to see and be seen by strangers from around the world. Simply turn on your camera and click “New Game” to meet someone you may never have met until now.