Fenn College of Engineering plans name change after recieving $10 million donation
Cleveland State University recently received a $10 million gift from The Parker Hannifin Foundation and Donald and Pamela Washkewicz.
President Obama tries to shift conversation in Cleveland
The venue, ArcelorMittal plant in Cleveland, seemed to be the appropriate place to make a speech on the economy.
Lot 80 an easy target, warn police
Recently Cleveland State University police have been asking students, faculty and staff to walk with care around campus, especially after regular hours.
Gov’t career fair opens doors to public service for CSU
The 6th annual Government Career Day was held in the Student Center’s ballroom on Nov. 14.
Credit conversion moves into next phase
While the University Curriculum Committee works on approving the remaining degree programs for the 4-3 credit conversion, Provost Deirdre Mageean said the focus is now the preparation of the transition guides for the new programs.
‘Starfish’ lets advisors and teachers communicate more efficiently
Cleveland State University implemented Starfish, a new advising software in the spring 2013 semester.
Rec Center ranked 3rd best gym in NE Ohio
Cleveland State University’s recreation center was recently ranked third best gym in Northeast Ohio right behind Fitness Revolution and CrossFit CLE on ClevelandHotlist.com
Ancient biblical Abraham put on trial
Koh HaLev, the reconstructionist Jewish community in Cleveland brought the religious figure Abraham to trial in front of nearly 200 people on Nov. 16 in the Cleveland Marshall College of Law Moot Court Room.
Krokodil doesn’t exist in U.S.
The reported appearance of krokodil, allegedly a flesh-eating substitute for heroin in Russia, within the United States was revealed to be another health scare.
CSU salutes WWII vet at Veterans Day ceremony
Veterans’ Day is a special day to celebrate the brave.
Skylift aims for take-off
A proposal that involves the construction of a cable car network would fly passengers 150 feet above some of Cleveland's popular landmarks.
Nu Alpha Psi creates donation trees for foster children's gifts
The sorority Nu Alpha Psi is accepting donations this holiday season for the National Youth Advocate Program for foster children.