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Beers tapped as principal of Campus International

Julie Beers recently resigned from her position as the principal of Noble Elementary School, in Cleveland Heights, to accept the job at The Campus International School.

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Students dole out big bucks yet see little in return

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CSU’s sustainability and green energy projects a success

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BODIES: The Exhibition takes over East Fourth Street

Downtown Cleveland and East Fourth Street has gotten a face lift, and a new show in town that is attracting visitors. The Bodies: The Exhibition is seen as both captivating and fascinating, with different exhibits within the whole exhibition showing viewers and visitors the effects of alcohol, diseases and overeating has on the human body.

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Norris Cole takes part in elite skills academy

Senior point guard Norris Cole was among eleven other collegiate basketball players who were invited to the Deron Williams Nike Basketball Skills Academy that was held in Chicago June 24-26.

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Former NBA giant Bol had ties to the Vikings

Manute Bol died on June 19, and for the first time many people learned the rest of the story, as Paul Harvey would say. The beginning of his story is well known.

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CSU offers early entry to M.D. program

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CSU Summer Stages opens with The Elephant Man

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President Ronald Berkman has a successful first year at CSU, gets a 25 percent bonus

President Ronald Berkman, a man who once openly admitted he had no desire to attend college upon receiving his high school diploma went on to earn a PhD from Princeton University and, most notably, completed his first year as the sixth president of Cleveland State University.

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LGBT join in show of unity at Cleveland Pride Fest

Bright colors, multi-culture, freedom and unity describes the atmosphere at the 2010 Cleveland Pride Festival. The 22nd Annual Cleveland Pride Festival took place on a hot, sunny and humid afternoon at Voinovich Park in downtown Cleveland. The festival brought together attendees from all over the city of Cleveland, on June 26, to celebrate a community which can go unnoticed at times.

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William Beasley’s online class receives stamp of approval from Quality Matters

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Slavery still widespread in the 21st century
Toledo rated fourth largest city for human trafficking according to T.I.P

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Special Feature on Community

Cleveland State University is growing up. Walk a block or two down Euclid Avenue and you will see the progress the university has made in a short time. All of it is part of CSU’s master plan.

Yes, CSU has a thriving community. But it will have to be nurtured if it is going to grow along with the master plan. Many issues will need to be addressed.

“What issues?” You ask.

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- Adam Burr

Campus, Community Grow Together
K-12 School to Close Educational Gap
Campus Plan Expected to Draw Students
Perceived Campus Safety Threats Conflict With Reality
Green Space Integral to CSU
Students Offer Ideas to Improve Campus, Nearby Neighborhood
Community Development Group Talks Improvement
Downtown Businesses Try to Stay Afloat
Campus Food Important to Students