DOMA’s defeat stirs pride
On June 26 the LGBT community and supporters of marriage equality collectively celebrated the defeat of the Defense of Marriage Act.
Rebate to offset tuition increase
The start of the 2013 academic year brings with it a 2 percent increase in the cost of tuition – the maximum allowed in Ohio – but an innovative plan approved by the Cleveland State Board of Trustees gives qualifying students the opportunity to get that money back.
New provost takes office, sets sights on challenges
After a long and arduous search process involving more than 60 considered candidates, Cleveland State University’s vacant provost position has finally been filled.
NCTQ study produces controversy
Recently, the National Council of Teacher Quality (NCTQ) released a new teacher preparation study that, once again, educational leaders nationwide found to not be very useful.
Plaza construction delays farmers market
The North Union Farmers Market’s annual return to Cleveland State’s campus has been delayed by the reconstruction of Star Plaza.
CSU mandates health insurance
All students living in university housing at Cleveland State this fall are required to have healthcare coverage that meets the school guidelines.
Controversy arises from distinctive CSU sculpture
A Cleveland State graduate feels that officials are not being fair when their already approved agreement to build a community garden crumbled in front of his eyes.
Rhodes Tower, Main Classroom construction causes detours
Navigating Cleveland State’s campus will become a bit trickier as construction gets underway this week on repairs to Rhodes Tower and Main Classroom.