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Fundraising event makes a splash

It was age against beauty as the Cleveland State University swimming and diving program hosted its fourth annual Splash Bash last Saturday at The Robert F. Busbey Natatorium.

Head coach ready to win

In the summer of 2013, Cleveland State’s softball team got a new head coach.

Fencing teams look sharp at season start

Cleveland State’s men’s and women’s fencing teams are in an upward motion in the beginning of the season.

Cavs Confident as they head into a new season

Confident, one word that resonated throughout the building during the 2013-2014 Cavs media day held Monday October 1st at the Cleveland Clinic Courts.


Bi-partisanship at its worst

I would call myself a moderate-liberal, meaning that 40 percent of my views are Republican and 60 percent are Democrat.

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McNair guides next generation of scholars

The road to becoming a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is daunting. The challenge requires a serious commitment of time, focused research, comprehensive exams, publication and completion of a journal of the dissertation.

Panel allays student fears

The college of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences hosted a panel of Cleveland State University alumni on Oct. 8 to inform students about what kinds of career opportunities they can pursue with liberal arts degrees.

Fenn College’s IEEE robots bring home awards

The Cleveland State Universtiy branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in the Fenn College of Engineering has won many awards for their work on miniature robots.

CSU Life

CSU grads create poetry slam night

It all started approximately five years ago when Jeannise Andres and Chad Stephens, alumnus of Cleveland State, created the Speak Up Organization.

Career Fair moves to Wolstein Center

Cleveland State University’s 26th annual fall career fair will take place on Friday, Oct. 11 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Wolstein Center.

Real life experience helps CSU PR student publish

Cleveland State student Branden Whitt, a public relations major, just released his first book, titled “A Summer in Harlem.”


Nine Inch Nails electrifies audience at Wolstein Center

On Oct. 5, industrial music pioneers Nine Inch Nails returned to Cleveland and played to a nearly packed Wolstein Center.

Local actors at Dobama Theatre turn in powerful performances

The impact of graphic images of war, as seen in the pages of newspapers and magazines, fade away shortly after turning the page.


At Convocation, Berkman stresses student focus.

President Ronald Berkman emphasized the importance of Cleveland State University’s focus on the students – which he described as the “guidepost” for him and the university – at his 2013 state of the university address on Oct. 3.

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CSU sees a rise in cell phone use, more students texting in class

Cleveland State University’s students and instructors are all affected by the use and overuse of cell phones. Is cell phone addiction an increasingly major problem, especially as regards sending and receiving text messages while inside the classroom?

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Pres. focuses on forward momentum

Cleveland State University president Ronald Berkman remembers the old days when he first became president in 2009, when there were only two places to eat on Euclid Ave.

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Uniting to Share kicks off this month at CSU

The “Uniting to Share” campaign kicked off this month at Cleveland State University, bringing the university together to raise money for charity.

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SGA represents CSU students as advocates to administration

Jon Fedor sat down with the Cleveland Stater, on October 3, to discuss the Student Government Associations’ plans for 2013-2014. Jon Fedor is the president of SGA. Following is an edited from an extended conversation.

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Boehnlein explains how abuse begins and evolves

Everyone’s heard the elementary school saying, “sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me.”

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Womens Center seeks local food assistance

Students joke at times about being broke, living with roommates and eating cheap ramen noodles that you find for like 60 some cents at a grocery store.

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Panel explains law school admissions process

A “demystifying” panel at the Cleveland Marshall College of Law last week explained the law school admissions process to an audience of undergraduate students, telling them how to apply and how to get in.

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Potential rape law reformation would help to protect women

On Sept. 26, 2013 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Cleveland-Marshall College of Law held a criminal justice forum called “Rape Law for the 21st Century” in the moot court room.

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