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Viking

CSU wins final home game

The Cleveland State Men's Basketball team beat Milwaukee 74-50 Saturday afternoon, followed by a dramatic one point victory in Overtime Tuesday night against Youngstown State.

Men's tennis wins as women fall short

The men's and women's tennis teams both faced double-headers last weekend at the Paramount Tennis Club in Westlake.

Seniors to finish up careers at home

Seniors Alex Lewis and Alexandra Johansson look forward to the Horizon League Championship, Feb. 26 through March 1, at Cleveland State's Robert F. Busbey Natatorium and life outside the pool after graduation.

Men's golf season starts

The Cleveland State men's golf team opened its spring season on Feb. 17 at the 9th annual Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate.

Viking Spotlight: Hannah Yoe

When senior infielder Hannah Yoe isn't on the diamond, she enjoys spending time with her friends and staying active.

 


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Features

Friends of the Library discuss book on James Garfield

On Feb. 19, faculty and staff participated in a discussion on "Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine, and Murder of a President" by Candice Millard.

CSU theatre department takes on Greek comedy

"Lysistrata," the newest production from Cleveland State University's Department of Theatre and Dance, will be playing Feb. 27 to March 9 at the Allen Theatre Second Stage at PlayhouseSquare.

Three man show brings 'blatant simplicity' to Dobama Theatre

Enjoying "The Aliens" is much like eating a raw oyster - it needs to be savored before swallowing.

Arts & Entertainment

Brite Winter 2014

What began in 2010 as a graduate student project from Case Western Reserve University that attracted around 800 people and three local bands has expanded into a rocking festival that attracts thousands of attendees and over 70 bands from all over the U.S.

Brite Winter highlights new face of Cleveland

If any foreigners visited Brite Winter festival on Feb. 15, they would have seen a thriving community in Ohio City, full of food, drinks, art music and thousands of chipper Clevelanders.

Is 'Thug' a new codeword?

From literal denotation to wider cultural connotations, many words can evoke different feelings and emotions in us. In the case of the word "thug" its meaning has taken on a whole new desgination in today's society.


 

Campus construction slows traffic

Students, faculty and staff traveling north to the campus on East 22nd Street have noticed a new traffic pattern has emerged on the one-way street at Euclid Avenue this semester.

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CSU to host first TEDx conference in fall

On October 3, 2014 the Monte Ajuha College of Business will host TEDxClevelandStateUniversity. TED, which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design is owned by the Sapling Foundation, non-profit organization, and is dedicated to ideas worth spreading.

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Interim Dean of Students is no stand-in

Cleveland State University recently welcomed Dr. E. Boyd Yarbrough as Interim Vice Provost of Student Affairs and Dean of Students. Yarbrough has years of leadership experience in higher education.

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Modern Languages to try new courses, time blocks

This issue, we talked with Professor Tama Engelking, the chair of the Department of Modern Languages.

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Parking director sympathizes with customers' frustrations

Cleveland is held in the grip of another tempest of snow. Roads are slippery and cars are bouncing from lane-to-lane on the street, jockeying for the fastest route around town.

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Students more likely to succeed when involved

The struggle is real for black college students not only at Cleveland State but across the nation-the struggle not just to go to college, but to stay in college.

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Civic engagement to support partnerships

Since 2008, Cleveland State University has branded itself as a place of "Engaged Learning." Engaged Learning is a way of teaching that incorporates classroom work with real-world experiences and partnerships within the community.

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New harrassment policy open to comment at CSU

Cleveland State University's discrimination/harassment policy is currently in the comment period. During the comment period, the university community may provide feedback on draft policies via email.

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Facilities and Safety Team conducts satisfaction survey

The Facilities and Safety Team (FAST) at Cleveland State University administered their second annual customer satisfaction survey to the campus community last week.

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