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Cavs overall pick provides hope, options

The Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA's draft lottery for an unprecedented third time in four years on Tuesday, May 20.

Viking basketball standout Bryn Forbes considering transfer to Michigan State

Cleveland State University men’s basketball team could take a hit as leading scorer Bryn Forbes weighs making a late transfer to play for Michigan State University.

Paul Graham leaves Ashland to helm Cleveland State swim teams

Cleveland State University is welcoming Paul Graham as the new swimming and diving head coach.

Men's basketball team adds two recruits

The Cleveland State University Men’s Basketball team has added two new players to its roster.

Recruits commit to women's tennis

Cleveland State University women’s tennis program received letters of intent from two young women to attend Cleveland State and begin playing in the fall 2014 semester.


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Latino-flavored rock heats up Jacobs Pavillion

Carlos Santana brought his brand of classic rock to Jacobs Pavilion May 29 in support of his new album “Corazón,” his first completely Latin speaking album and 22nd studio album, which had a May 6 release date.

CSU galleries showcase dual exhibitions

The Galleries at Cleveland State University at 1307 Euclid Ave. are showcasing two new exhibitions this summer — Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for the Digital Age and 2014 Cleveland Clinic Explorers.

British comic uses historical humor for crowd-pleaser

Palace Theatre in Cleveland’s Playhouse Square was the sight of Eddie Izzard’s May 30 performance on his international, multi-lingual, side-splitting, thought-provoking ‘Force Majeure’ tour.
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Radiance raises $1m, SC Ballroom renamed

Cleveland State University’s Student Center Ballroom has been renamed following a pledge of $1 million from The Glasscock Family Foundation. The ballroom has been rechristened The Glasscock Family Foundation Ballroom in appreciation of Cleveland State alumni Lee and Larry Glasscock and their gift to the university.

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TedX changes date

The date of TEDxClevelandStateUniversity, which was originally scheduled to take place on Oct. 3, has been moved to Oct. 24.

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William Morgan moves to Faculty Affairs, appointed Vice Provost

Appointed to Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, William Morgan is set to replace College of Graduate Studies Dean Jianping Zhu, who served as interim Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and currently serving as Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs.

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CSU to dedicate memorial garden

Cleveland State University is planning to publicly honor former Cleveland State Chief of Police Lester Mitchell’s life by dedicating a campus bench and memorial garden in his name.

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Engagement strategies to promote retention, diversity

Although many people may not know it, big things are happening—in the Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement here at Cleveland State University.

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Action thriller shoots film in Cleveland

It looks like John Travolta will be causing a lot of criminal activity around Cleveland for the next few weeks.
“Criminal Activities” — starring John Travolta (Pulp Fiction, Grease), Michael Pitt (Seven Psychopaths) and Dan Stevens (Downtown Abbey) — began production Tuesday, May 27 on East 12th street and Chester Avenue.

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Engineering College awarded state grant

The Washkewicz College of Engineering at Cleveland State University was awarded a state grant for the workforce development equipment and additive manufacturing facility program. The $293,500 grant was given to the college by Ohio Board of Regents.

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CSU prof develops microarray biochip

Professor Moo-Yeal Lee of Cleveland State University co-authored an article which was published in the esteemed journal Nature Communications in May.

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Urban Affairs promotes preservation of legacy cities

Cleveland State University's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs is teaming up with the Cleveland Restoration Society for the first Historic Preservation in America’s Legacy Cities event.

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Gay Games 9 begins August, volunteers wanted

For the first time since 1982, the ninth Gay Games will be held in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio for the 2014 competition from August 9-16.

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