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Winners to represent CSU in Moot court competition

The Joseph W. Bartunek III Moot Court Room located in the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law was nearly filled to capacity with local attorneys, students, professors, family and friends of the participants to watch the 42nd Annual Moot Court Night Appellate Advocacy Demonstration.

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Tailgating Taking a Toll on Browns Fans

For the start of the 2010 season the city of Cleveland decided to open the gates at the Muni lot, which holds roughly 2,000 spaces, at 7 a.m., three hours later than previous years. This came along with a $5 raise in the price of parking from last year to $20.

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Director of Office of Affirmative Action wins Madrina Award

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Optimist For Men’s Basketball About New Season

The Cleveland State Vikings men's basketball team kicks off its 2010-2011 season at the Wolstein Center on Friday Nov. 12.

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Women's Basketball Tips off With a Win

The lady Vikings crush the Slippery Rock Tigers, 64-27, in their first exhibition game on Wednesday Nov. 3 at the Wolstein Center.

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Wolstein Center under new management, new suite

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Men’s Soccer Forges Path Into Horizon League Championship

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Tennis Teams Look To Build Off Of Fall Semester In the Spring

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Veterans stirred up over dismissal of SERV founder

The decision to change the director of CSU’s Supportive Education for Returning Veterans (SERV) program raised some eyebrows in the veterans community when it was announced earlier this summer that John Schupp, the main contributor in establishing the SERV program on campus, was no longer going to be a part of the program.

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Faculty agree to one-year salary contract with a raise

The American Association of University Professors (AAUP), has negotiated a one year contract with Cleveland State University in order to meet the needs of faculty members by increasing salary, as well as providing economic freedom and classroom space. On Monday, November 8th, the Board of Trustees approved the new contract.

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CSU Awarded 2nd most Fulbright awards nationally

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Students inducted into social work honor society

Andre Anderson, a visually impaired student in the school of Social Work, was awarded a Bronze pin from the White House and The President’s Volunteer Service award on Friday Nov. 5th, when CSU’s Delta Zeta Chapter of the Phi Alpha National Social Work Honor Society held an induction ceremony for high achieving students graduating with a bachelor’s and master’s degree from the school of social work.

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Windex effect: Dead Birds

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Berkman reaches to students at Town Hall

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CPR: What you need to know

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