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Collegiate athletes fight for right to unionize

Every year the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) brings in upwards of $750 million through TV and marketing rights fees, championship revenue and other services.

Women's tennis wins two on the weekend, men fall short

The Cleveland State University women's tennis team swept the Green Bay Pheonix on April 12 at the Malaga Tennis Center while the men's unit came up short against the Pheonix.

Lady Vikings softball drops two of three to Valparaiso

The Cleveland State University Softball team lost two in a three game series they played this past weekend against Valparaiso.

Men's golf takes second in Pennsylvania

The Cleveland State University Vikings had two tournaments near the beginning of the wek, placing thirteenth out of 15 in the Robert Kepler Invitational over the weekend and placing second out of eight in the Red Flash Invitational on Monday.



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Students complain about inflated snack store prices

Meditation Gathering gives students a chance to relax

Campus ASL club promotes understanding of deaf culture

Arts & Entertainment

Combichrist turns up the heat at the Agora

Combichrist, an aggrotech band based out of Atlanta, Georgia, trashed the stage at the Agora on April 12 as part of their "We Love You" tour.

Exclusive Interview: Combichrist vocalist talks new album, video, tour

Before taking the stage, Andy LaPlegua, the frontman and founder of Combichrist sat down with The Stater and provided some insight on the new album and the current tour.

BONK! keeps students entertained with light-hearted game show

BONK! The Game Show was brought to Cleveland State University on Wednesday, April 9 at 7 p.m. in the Student Center Atrium.

Local food writer visits CSU

Local food writer Laura Taxel visited Cleveland State University on Wednesday, April 16 to discuss her book "Cleveland's West Side Market: 100 Years & Still Cooking".


Faculty, students combine arts to teach

A wide range of colleges at Cleveland State University converged on the Moot Courtroom in the Law Building April 12 to present, view and disucss a dynamic creative collaboration about Henrietta Lacks three years in the making.

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Administration seeks input on new master plan

Cleveland State University is currently working on a master plan to make improvements to the campus, and is asking students and faculty to voice their opinions on this matter in both online forums and several upcoming meetings.

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Leverage Erie Lakefront, say experts

Cleveland State University's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs held a forum titled "What's Happening? Cleveland's Waterfronts" on April 10.

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Engineering restructures three majors

For this issue, we took a look at the College of Engineering. We talked to the Dean, Anette Karlsson, who said that while the Big Switch hasn't had a huge effect on Engineering overall, the College has worked on some of its curricula.

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School of Social Work holds MST workshops

Cleveland State University's School of Social Work held two workshops Friday April 11th, the first of these two workshops focused primarily on female veterans and the growing epidemic of MST (military sexual trauma).

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CSU WPA to celebrate Earth Day

The Cleveland State University chapter of Water Resource Professionals (WPA) will celebrate Earth Day on April 22 from 11-4 in the Student Center and outside in the courtyard.

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General fee steadily rises to support athletics, student orgs

Since 2011, the general fee collected from students has gone up by about 30 percent.

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Firm seeking feedback on master plan

Cleveland State University architects have appointed planning firm SmithGroupJJR to help finalize a master plan for the university.

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Panel of HR professionals share tips of the trade

On Wednesday, April 9, students trickled on to the second floor of the Monte Ahuja College of Business at Cleveland State University where an informational fair was being held for students to stop and talk with Human Resources professionals.

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