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Viking

Vikings make it to CIT Tournament

The Cleveland State Men's Basketball team headed to the CIT Tournament to play Ohio University Wednesday in the first round of the 32 team bracket.

Legendary swim coach Wally Morton retires after 40 years

Head coach of the Swimming and Diving team for both men and women, Wally Morton, finished off his historic collegiate coaching career that spanned over three decades this season.

CSU fencer Duchow earns NCAA Championship berth

This season, Cleveland State University's fencing team not only broke out-they broke records.

Lady Vikings end season with 2 losses

The womens' basketball team finished their season the weekend before spring break, with a regular season loss to Youngstown State and a narrow defeat in the Horizon League quarterfinals versus UIC.

 


Police Blotter

University working to secure Lot 80

Cuyahoga County addresses heroin epidemic

Perspectives

Get an early start on Earth Day by recycling

Recycle

Before you throw away those canned and bottled beverages in the trash, take a moment to take the welfare of the environment into consideration.

Can the Indians stay competitive?

Indians

In 2013, the Cleveland Indians shocked much of the baseball world, both by acquiring free agents Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn and by making the playoffs for the first time since 2007.

Arts & Entertainment

Local rockers debut single

Kiss Me Deadly

Cleveland-based rock group Kiss Me Deadly packed the house at Happy Dog for their single-release show on March 15.

Gaelic Storm rocks Cleveland House of Blues

Gaelic Storm

Fans of all ages packed into House of Blues Saturday March 8, to see Gaelic Storm who made a stop in Cleveland as part of their 2014 "Down the Hatch" tour.

Women's Day event celebrates womens health

A Cleveland State's International Women's Day celebration was held March 5 in the Student Center atrium-the event was hosted by the Center for International Services and Programs.


 

SGA hopes to hear student opinions

The Student Government Association (SGA) at Cleveland State University began a new initiative called "interaction hours" in February. The initiative features a booth in the Student Center used to gain feedback from students and improve the SGA's transparency, according to Allison Dumski, president of the SGA.

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CIFF opens at Tower City Cinemas

The 38th Cleveland International Film Festival (CIFF) opened March 19 at Tower City Cinemas with John McKay's "Not Another Happy Ending" and a gala reception at Post Office Plaza with the romantic comedy's director.

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Dining services welcomes student feeback

Cleveland State University has 11 different places on campus to eat. Despite that, some of the most common complaints students have deal with dining services.

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Faculty, SGA discuss alternatives to new textbooks

Students have long bemoaned the textbook industry, which is a $10.45 billion business that costs the average student $662 a year according to a report by the National Associate of College Stores.

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International Business streamlines core courses

This issue, we talked to Professor Ashutosh Dixit, the director of the International Business program at Cleveland State. Dixit said that the changes to the program haven't been too drastic, but the department has tried to streamline the core of it.

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Law school highlights apps for students

On Wednesday, March 5, Cleveland State University's Cleveland-Marshall College of Law hosted a seminar highlighting various websites and apps that could be useful for law students pursuing their degree.

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CSU eliminates geology major

Cleveland State University has done away with the geology major due to declining enrollment and a lack of faculty with the expertise to teach geology coursework.

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Cleveland State Law Review receives highest ranking

The Washington and Lee University School of Law has recently released its annual law review rankings, and The Cleveland State Law Review has risen to 91st place for general subject/flagship journals, climbing three spots since 2013's 94th ranking.

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