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Exclusive interview with ESPN’s Dwayne Bray

Cleveland State alumnus Dwayne Bray, recently named one of the most influential minorities in cable television, is a senior coordinating producer for ESPN where he manages the investigative sports reporting team.

CSU Viking Madness

Cleveland State University's 2013-14 men's and women's basketball teams introduced themselves to their fans last Saturday, in a 70s-themed event at the Wolstein Center.

Women’s soccer lose to YSU, beat G.B.

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

Women’s basketball
assisting off court

The Cleveland State women’s basketball team is involved and giving back. The ladies have been out in the community over the last few weeks donating their time to helping others.

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Homecoming photo essay

First ever CSU School of Communication Reunion unites faculty, alumni and students for event-filled weekend

The School of Communication Reunion launched its many events with an alumni panel discussion on Oct. 18

Homecoming weekend highlighted

The School of Communication Reunion came together during a rainy cold afternoon on Saturday, Oct. 19

ESPN’s Dwayne Bray back at alma mater

Drinko Hall had a palpable buzz of excitement Oct. 20 as faculty, students and others assembled with pride to welcome alumni Dwayne Bray, BA ’88 and senior coordinating producer for ESPN.

School of Com Film Fest features
variety of productions

In conjunction with the School of Communications’ Homecoming festivities, this year’s Fall into the Arts Film Festival exhibited some of the best films to emerge from Cleveland State University’s film program in recent years.

Dr. Paul Skalski
remembered by friends

The song ‘In my life’ by The Beatles played in MU 107 while friends of Dr. Paul Skalski gathered together to continue to honor his memory by celebrating how he lived.

Beer Week has craft beers and local eats

The city of Cleveland is celebrating its fifth annual Beer Week from October 18-26.

Professor Yin writes a book on
urban planning

When Cleveland State professor Jordan Yin responded to an ad looking for someone to write a book, which he saw on a professional website for urban planners, he didn't realize just which series he was going to write for.

‘Walking Dead’ demonstrates soaring popularity of zombies

“The Walking Dead” returned to Sunday nights on AMC with the premier of its fourth season Oct. 13.

Horror films for Halloween

The weather is getting colder, the trees are starting to lose their leaves, and darkness is starting to creep over the city earlier and earlier each night.

Your guide to Cleveland’s haunted houses this Halloween

It’s the time of year to get scared and maybe pee in your pants, I said maybe.

All hail the king: fans love Walter White

“No, you clearly don’t know who you’re talking to, so let me clue you in. I am not in danger, Skyler. I am the danger. A guy opens his door and gets shot and you think that of me? No.

‘Sweeney Todd’ bloody beautiful

Old legends can make even the strongest of naysayers believe in their eerie tales.


Homecoming opens with awards, closes with parade

Homecoming weekend 2013 kicked off in elegant style inside the Wolstein Center on Friday, Oct. 30.

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Wolstein Center hosts over 120 employers at career fair

Cleveland State hosted its 26th annual career fair on Friday, Oct. 11, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Wolstein Center.

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National Science Foundation awards $1M to CSU professors

A team of professors at Cleveland State University were awarded a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Professor Black speaks on social roots of crime

The research praxis of the sociological imagination was the subtext of the Butler Jones Lecture by Timothy Black, professor at Case Western Reserve University and author of ‘The Heart Turns Rock Solid: Three Puerto Rican Brothers On and Off the Streets,’ held on Oct. 17.

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Parking solutions for students in need

For the group of students who drive to school to attend classes, parking on Cleveland State’s campus may be a hassle for some.

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Rights advocate discusses American prison policy

On Oct. 16, from 5-6 p.m., Paul Wright spoke about America’s current prison policy in Cleveland-Marshall Law’s moot court room.

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Organizations give information on international study tours

The 16th annual education abroad fair took place last week in Main Classroom. There were many program providers who represented their companies and provided useful information to students considering traveling abroad.

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How-to of SGA funding for student orgs

Student Organizations at Cleveland State University primarily receive funding through different avenues from the Student Government Association.

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Diaz excites audience at Cultural Crossings Conference

Students and fans piled in for the guest of honor Junot Diaz, for the Cultural Crossings Conference on Friday Oct. 11.

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