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Viking plates fund scholarship

CSU Viking license plate has a new look to coincide with the current Ohio plate changes. The new plates show Magnus with the letter V for Viking with the light blue Ohio motif.

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Photo feature: The BIG REVEAL

The new Student Center at CSU held its grand opening on Sept. 8. The festive event was attended by students, faculty and staff.

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Remembering Soul Soldiers

On Thursday, Sept. 23, the Black Studies Program held a meeting at the Howard A. Mims African American Cultural Center to discuss the contributions of African Americans during the Veitname Era.

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Student-Athletes continue to stay active

Most students have a hard time trying to juggle classes and a part time job. Imagine having all that plus practice and games.

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Cross Country speeds to the finish line with newcomer Kari Haywood

Cleveland State University women's cross country team is speeding in the right direction.

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Penalty Killer

Cleveland State men’s soccer goalkeeper Brad Stuver took over at goalie to start the overtime period on October 18, 2009 in a double overtime victory over Detroit 4-3.

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Suicide in Stillwell Hall

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Thieves steal old laptop

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Tutoring receives additional funding

After showing tremendous improvements in student grades, CSU President Ronals M. Berkman has recognized the success of the Tutoring and Academic Success Center (TASC) by issuing money to Christine Vodicka, director of TASC, and her program for the next three semesters as part of a "Strategic Initiative".

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Pentagon Honors Schupp

John Schupp, CSU professor and former campus director of Supportive Education for Returning Veteran (SERV), has been awarded the Zachary & Elizabeth Fisher Distinguished Civilian Humanitarian Award from the Department of Defense. Schupp received the award Sept. 28 during a ceremony in the Hall of Honors at the Pentagon.

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Professor and wife crack cryptogram, win prizes

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Chief Justice race features Cleveland-Marshall alumnus

Chief Justice Eric Brown and Justice Maureen O’Connor of the Ohio Supreme Court returned Sept. 22 to their alma mater, Cleveland-Marshall Law, for a public debate held in the Moot Court Room.

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Class Mentoring Program kicks off

This fall the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLASS) introduced a pilot program to assist incoming freshmen with the transition from high school to college.

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Eight faculty and staff receive awards for excellence

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South African students visit CSU

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