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Team on the rise at season start

The first 2:54 of the game, the Cavs fell behind early.

Viking Voyages take fans on the road

Cleveland State University’s basketball season is right around the corner and many fans are gearing up for what is expected to be a big year for the Vikings.

Coleman all-league selection

Cleveland State women are preparing for the season with high expectations from the league of junior guard Cori Coleman.

CSU student shines as Cavs girl

“It didn’t hit me until I was on the court and I looked to the side and I saw two cavalier girls, and I’m like this is the Q, I’m like really cheering here.”


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Farewell to tradition

Peabody’s Concert Club closed its doors for the last time early Oct. 30 to end a decade long reign on Cleveland State University’s campus and more than three decades of music in the city.

Langston Hughes’ poetry explored through music

The department of Black Studies held a special lecture given by Prester Pickett, coordinator of the Howard A. Mims African-American Culture Center.

Art Lens turns museum trip into unique experience

Visitors to the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) can take ownership of their experience in a unique way blending art, technology and interpretation through the Art Lens iPad app.

Fall Visit Day part of larger marketing campaign

Cleveland State’s Department of Marketing launched a new advertising campaign to endorse the idea of “engaged learning” and draw in prospective students.

Art, science merge at CSU gallery

SPJ holds social media workshop

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CSU performs Broadway favorite

The Black Dahlia Murder returned to campus for one last hoorah at Peabody's

Critical Views: Film Contributions from students of COM 327: Media Criticism

 

Less down time could rush students out of class

Starting in fall of 2014 Cleveland State University will move to a new time block grid for scheduling class.

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CSU athletes show strong graduation success rates

The NCAA released graduation success rate data for student athletes who entered school from 2003 to 2006, and Cleveland State University athletes made a strong showing overall.

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University seeks solution for struggling Wolstein Center

Cleveland State’s Wolstein Center is in hot water financially, but the university remains optimistic about its future as possible solutions for the fiscal issue are now being discussed.

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Prior learning programs give credit to veterans

Bob Shields, a 30-year veteran in the Coast Guard and the coordinator of the Veteran Student Success Program at Cleveland State University, remembers his post-boot camp training in the Coast Guard.

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Maltz panel discusses first media trial

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage partnered with Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law to host a panel discussion on the Dreyfus Affair, the first media trial in the modern era.

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Engineering receives grants for cybersecurity

The Fenn College of Engineering held an Alumni Speaker Series event on cybersecurity on Oct. 30.

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