Say Cheese: CSU Photographer Bites Into the Juicy Action of Food Eating Contests
If you have not heard of Scott Bickel you are not alone.
Bickel boasts the same credential as Cleveland State University point guard Norris Cole and Browns running back Peyton Hillis on Cleveland Magazine’s Most Interesting People 2011 list. If you have seen Bickel, however, that may be due to the efforts of CSU’s Tony Carter.
By day, you can find Carter at work as website manager and secretary in the Deans Office of the College of Sciences and Health Professions. Known around the office and by his peers as “T-Fiz,” his position allows the 34-year old Bedford Heights native to practice his knowledge of web design and incorporate his creativity as a photographer for the university.
Nutrition on Campus: Eat Here, Not There
Once upon a time, Cleveland State had a glorious University Center complete with a food court and even a full service Subway. Now, CSU has revamped that idea into the glory that is the Student Center, consisting of seven different eating venues, including a brand new Quizno’s location.
With these options, one might consider it a difficult feat for students to eat anything but healthy. This is especially true, considering the fresh options of salad greens and tasty tofu offered at places like Chop’d & Wrap’d. While once off-campus commuters may have taken to brown bagging it, such changes to CSU dining have changed their take on college food.
“I never really ate on campus before,” says Stefan Bobic, a senior and commuter at CSU. “But now I always get my lunches and snacks in the Student Center.”
"Live Well Be Well" Panel Discusses Financial Stress
Cleveland-Marshall Colege of Law Holds Panel Discussion to Provide Students with Insight on how to Deal with Both the Financial and Academic Stresses that Accompany Law School
Live Well Be Well, a motto Cleveland- Marshall Law School wants to promote to law students. Two years ago, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association formed a Mental Health Task Force to help students deal with stress while in school and prepare for a career in law. Starting in January, three panel sessions have been presented to conclude with the April Live Well Be Well Fair. Monday Feb. 28 was the last panel session titled Law School Finance and Debt Management. “This was the best [turn out] so far,” said Valissa Turner, manager of Student Affairs, “the second session had about 10 and around 20 came the first one.” The spacious Moot Court Room was scattered with law students munching on pizza listening to the panelist discuss debt and finance management.