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Water's sets new CSU record

Gary Waters, head coach of the men's basketball team, can now add another accomplishment to his already remarkable basketball resume.

Lady Vikings outscore offensive powerhouse Wright State

The Wright State's number-one-ranked offense in the Horizon League faced off with Cleveland State University's women's basketball team's number-two-ranked offense Saturday, Feb., 8 at the Wolstein Center.

Viking spotlight: Cori Coleman

When Cori isn't on the court she loves to play video games and watch movies.

Softball opens strong

The Cleveland State women's softball team opened up its season this past Saturday and Sunday at the second annual Cleveland State University Dome Tournament at Krenzler Field.

Women's golf falls in Florida

The Cleveland State University women's golf team won one and lost two in Florida last week, in Mid-American Conference match play.

 


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Robots battle in VEX competition at Wolstein

From Grant Middle School from Marion, Ohio and Norwalk High School from Norwalk, Ohio sent talented students to the VEX Robotics Competition to the Cleveand State University Wolstein Center for regional competition on Feb. 8.

Failure cases teach engineering students at CSU what not to do

An engineering professor at Cleveland State University is bringing forensic engineering into the classroom, teaching students by looking at ways that engineerings have failed in the past.

University sells off surplus property at silent auction

A silent auction opportunity for anyone to purchase a surplus item from Cleveland State University closed for this semster on Feb. 7, but another sale will be held next semester.

Arts & Entertainment

Mentalist mesmerizes crowd

Joshua Seth brought his acclaimed show, "Beyond Belief: An Intimate Evening of Psychological Illusion," to Cleveland State University on Feb. 6.

CSU alumnus Corey Rubin composes for Carnegie Hall

Between composing, singing, studying in graduate school and creating crossword puzzles for major national newspapers, Corey Rubin, Cleveland State University alumnus has been busy since he graduated last year.

Swedish melodic death metal band frenzies fans

On February 10, Dark Tranquility stormed into the Cleveland Agora Ballroom in support of their 2013 album "Construct".

Coke ad bubbling with controversy

During the Super Bowl, Coca Cola ran ad advertisment featuring a diverse group of people singing "America the Beautiful" in 7 different languages.

Black history is American history

February is Black History Month. Each year has a theme and this year's theme is Civil Rights in America, as it's the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.

Federal authorities, universities focus on sexual assault

In January, President Obama created a task force of senior administration officials to work with colleges and universities on better policing and preventing rape and sexual assault.

 

 

 

 



 

CSU to get $14.6 million for academic space

Cleveland State University has seen its fair share of construction in the last few months, and often it seems to be perpetual. Don't expect it to end anytime soon.

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RASHAD presents Sunday hymnals for Black History Month

The Cleveland Orchestra's Mark Dumm and Cleveland State University alumna Dr. Sharon Brown Cheston performed music from an eclectic variety of composers at the Black History Month concert in Trinity Cathedral February 9.

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Starfish offers scheduling for tutoring

Starfish, the advising software implemeted by Cleveland State University last year, added a new function that allows students to schedule tutoring appointments online.

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Education to make courses more clinically based

According to Sajit Zachariah, the dean of the School of Education and Human Services, the school was looking at changing its curriculum even before Cleveland State decided to switch to a three-credit model.

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Students network with multipe businesses at career fair

On Feb. 7, the Cleveland State University Department of Career Services hosted a career fair in the Woodling Gym. The gym was lined with booths from a variety of businesses.

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Campus closes again after more winter weather

Cleveland has seen especially harsh winter conditions this year, forcing Cleveland State University to shut down three seperate times since the beginning of January.

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CSU chemistry professor earns award for innovation

Dr. Anthony Berdis won Cleveland State's first Faculty Innovation Fund award with his proposal, "Diagnostic Kits to Quantify Pro-Mutagenic Replication in Hyperproliferative Diseases," which will advance cancer treatment using diagnostic technology.

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Liberal arts alumni give career advice

On Feb. 6, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences organized a panel discussion titled "What Can I Do With a Liberal Arts or Social Sciences Degree?" in the Student Center from noon to 1 p.m.

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ESL program looking for volunteers

Conversation Partners is looking for volunteers. The program allows students whose first language is English to help international students who are learning English as their second language.

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Remembering Lester Mitchell, former CSU police chief

Former Cleveland State University Chief of Police Lester D. Mitchell passed away after being struck by a passing vehicle while changing a tire along Interstate 480 westbound Feb. 2.

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