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Sports

Men’s soccer team disqualified from tournament

We won our first playoff game 2-1 in the freezing cold, but Wright State University are the ones who will be moving on in the Horizon League tournament.

Away team bring supporters to cheer them on

Go to any Cleveland State University sporting event, and you can hear the crowd cheering for the home team.

Despite early struggles, team looks to rely on their returning wrestlers to lead the way

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

Viking Spotlight: Hayley Smith

Hayley’s time away from the pool she likes to study at Starbucks, spend time with friends and go shopping.


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Opinion

Decriminalization not about cost-efficiency

There are 2.5 million people incarcerated in the U.S. Many scholars who study incarceration argue that too much has been criminalized, causing an unreasonably high prison population.

Features

Math Emporium celebrates official grand opening

On Nov. 19, the Michael Schwartz Library got a chance to show off its new Math Emporium facility with a ribbon-cutting celebration to commemorate the official grand opening.

‘Cabaret’ a devilishly risque performance

“Oh my” are the words that come to mind when watching Cleveland State University Department of Theater and Dance’s rendition of “Cabaret”.

Skyler charms CSU students

Sklyer performed at Cleveland State University on Wednesday Nov. 13, in the Student Center.

‘12 Years a Slave’ a painfully magnificent film

British director Steve McQueen’s “12 Years a Slave” stars Chitweter Ejiofor as violinist Solomon Northup, who was a free man from New York City sold into slavery while on a performance trip to Washington DC.

GWAR brings gore to Cleveland

On Nov. 13, the House of Blues hosted GWAR’s “Madness at the Core of Time” North American tour.

 



 

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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‘Starfish’ lets advisors and teachers communicate more efficiently

Cleveland State University implemented Starfish, a new advising software in the spring 2013 semester.

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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

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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.

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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.

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CSU salutes WWII vet at Veterans Day ceremony

Veterans’ Day is a special day to celebrate the brave.

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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.

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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.

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