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Tribe Pride

Indians struggle to fill stadium seats

Ah, Cleveland sports, where the phrase “wait until next year” has become our sad motto.  For one team, however, there is no need for next year, because they are looking at a playoff spot this year.

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Browns move makes fans worry for future

The Cleveland Browns have been in the news lately for something other than a quarterback controversy.

Horizon League honors five CSU athletes

After a throw in, Cleveland State University freshman Sarah Kaiser took the soccer ball and started to dribble it up.

Men’s Basketball team goes overseas

The Cleveland State men’s basketball team recently took a trip to Europe for five international basketball games.

Building up a tradition of success

The Cleveland State University’s men and women’s tennis team is off to a really exceptional start this season. The team is looking to build on their finish from last year in winning a conference championship.

Tight match slips away

Hoodies, jackets and scarves were the main ensemble around the field as family, friends, and fans gathered throughout the bleachers to watch the men’s soccer game.

Cross country team’s legs carry them and their records

The Cleveland State University Cross Country team placed in the top five for the third week in a row Saturday.


Opinion

Indians struggle to fill stadium seats

Ah, Cleveland sports, where the phrase “wait until next year” has become our sad motto.  For one team, however, there is no need for next year, because they are looking at a playoff spot this year.

Browns move makes fans worry for future

The Cleveland Browns have been in the news lately for something other than a quarterback controversy.

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Sex can be enjoyable and safe, says Friedman

Jay Friedman, sex educator and award-winning writer, spoke to Cleveland State students on Wednesday, Sept. 18 in a speech coordinated by the Campus Activities Board.

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Pratt to lead multicultural engagement on campus

Dr. Charleyse S. Pratt was recently appointed the assistant vice president of inclusion and multicultueral engagement in the division of university engagement. She will be working with Dr. Byron White, vice president for engagement and diversity.

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Arts and Entertainment

Ingenuity Fest celebrates arts and technology

The 2013 Ingenuity Fest presented by SCENE, the annual three-day art and technology festival, kicked off September 20 at Docks 32 and 30 on the lakefront behind FirstEnergy Stadium and the Great Lakes Science Center. This fest showed this was the place where art and technology meet.

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Musical award-winning JACK Quartet plays at Drinko Hall

The critically acclaimed JACK Quartet performed at Cleveland State Universitiy’s Drinko Hall on Monday, Sept. 16. 

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Cleveland filmmakers exhibit best work at fest

Originally billed as an independent film festival, Ingenuity Cleveland’s IndieFest 2013 wound up as a showcase for two local film production studios.

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Vikes Commute to hold events to connect commuter students with campus

As Cleveland State continues to become more accomodating for residents the university has not forgotten the needs of commuters, who still constitute the majority of the student body.

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Committee's suggestions for improving classrooms not addressed

The Committee on Academic Space (for the faculty senate) has been meeting recently to discuss concerns that were brought up in their May 2013 report. Many of these concerns  have been repeatedly identified since 2006, but haven’t been addressed, according to Dr. Judith Ausherman, associate professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance and chairperson of the committee.

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Hydeout Press brings old world sensibility to print

Cleveland State graduate students Marissa Hyde and Alex Nielsen look to revitalize Cleveland’s poetry scene with the debut of Hydeout Press on Oct., 5.

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Fenn College celebrates   90 years of continuing cooperative education

Fenn Tower houses over 400 Cleveland State students in its historic state-of-the-art residence complex but in 1923 it was a only a small commuter college. During the Great Depression the Fenn administration worked to meet needs of affordable tuition.

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Constitution Day guest speaks on race

Industry is a major part of Ohio's past and present, but its future seems threatened by the necessity to reduce carbon emissions and meet new EPA guidelines for steam and heat generation, which have created additional costs for manufacturers.

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Director of Cleveland Engineering Society visits Fenn College

Cleveland-Marshall Law celebrated Constitution Day on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013 by inviting F. Michael Higginbotham, a University of Baltimore professor, civil rights author and constitutional lawyer, to speak to a gathering inside the Moot Court Room about his new book titled “The Ghosts of Jim Crow: Ending Racism in Post-Racial America” and by speaking on the importance of the Constitution.

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CLASS and CM-Law build awareness for law school

Law school faculty, advisors, and students will give a panel-style workshop on Tuesday, Oct. 1, which will aim to help undergraduate Cleveland State University students understand law school - from the admissions process to career possibilities.

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Viking Tradition scrapbook maps out dynamic college experience

The Cleveland State Student Government and Alumni Association have come together to start a new Viking tradition. They will be releasing a Viking Tradition Book on October 18 in the Student Center. All students are welcome to stop by and pick up a free copy.

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Hundreds wade through mud for Alzehimer’s awareness

The Cleveland Alzheimer’s Association Chapter hosted its first of three walk-a-thon events to raise money and bring awareness to Alzheimer’s on Saturday, Sept. 21.

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Several roles left to play in CSU Gamers Guild

If students are looking for a group that will improve their social skills while providing entertainment, they need to look no farther than the Cleveland State University Gaming Guild.

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Huntington Bank offers linking Viking Card with student checking accounts

In the summer of 2013 Cleveland State University invited Huntington Bank to open a branch on the campus in the main classroom building.

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Human trafficking is subject of educational event at CSU

The Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority hosted an educational event Wednesday evening in Main Classroom to raise awareness about human trafficking within the state of Ohio.

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