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Men's basketball crushes Crusaders

The Cleveland State Men's basketball team concluded the first round of Horizon League play last Saturday when they hosted Valparaiso at the Wolstein Center.

Wrestling team loses, score 4-39

The Cleveland State University wrestling team lost a meet at home with the Edinboro University Fighting Scots last Friday, with a score of 4-39.

Swim team on right path to championships

The Viking swim team returned to action for the second half of the season in dominating fashion.

Women's basketball struggles against Grizzlies

In a bitter 73-62 loss to the Oakland Golden Grizzlies on Jan. 23 at the Wolstein Center, the women's basketball team fell to 3-2 in conference play.

 


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CSU holds banquet in honor of MLK

Students, faculty members and guests joined Cleveland State in its 23rd annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at 8:30 a.m. in the Wolstein Center.

Cleveland State hopes to wrap up 4-3 conversion this February

Bill Kosteas, chairman of the University Curriculum Committee and economics professor at Cleveland State, said he finds the faculty's work on the recent curriculum overhaul "pretty darn impressive."

How are courses changing?

According to Director George Ray, last fall the School of Communication submitted revised degree tracks for all its majors.

Arts & Entertainment

Battlecross fighting their way into mainstream metal

Detroit-based heavy metal band Battlecross performed for the first time at Cleveland's historic Agora Ballroom on Jan. 23.

'Yentl' showcases Jewish traditions at Playhouse Square

"Yentl," a Cleveland Play House production, tells the story of a young Jewish woman in 1873, who challenges the status quo of her time to live the life she's always wanted.

The Galleries at CSU host photo and sculpture exhibitions

The Cleveland State art gallery displayed two new exhibits on Jan. 16, titled "Hephaestos Challenged: Seven Women Sculptors" and "25 under 25: The Emerging Photographer."

Confucius Institute to ring in New Year

According to the Chinese calendar, 2014 welcomes the year of the horse-specifically the wooden horse.

 

 

 

 



 

Semester begins with campus closure from extreme weather

Cleveland State University administration closed school from 4 p.m. on Jan. 27 through Jan. 28 due to an extreme cold front that blasted through Northeast Ohio during the third week of the semester.

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New SGA President to focus on policies

Allison Dumski is the new president of Cleveland State's Student Government Association (SGA). Dumski, who was elected vice president last year, took on the position after Jon Fedor resigned.

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Organization fair attracts hundreds of participants

The two day spring semester organization fair was held on Jan. 22-23 in the Student Center ballroom. The fair was brought to students by the Department of Student Life.

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CM-Law to launch solo practice incubator

On Feb. 4 at 5 p.m. Cleveland-Marshall College of Law will hold the grand opening of its solo practice incubator. It will be the first law school-based incubator in Ohio and one of about 10 in the U.S.

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Safety app slow to catch on

Cleveland State released the Viking Shield smartphone application in November of 2013. The app is designed to be a resource for the student body to utilize on campus to alert emergency services for a variety of reasons.

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Students praise resume workshop

Taylor Wilson walked into BU 222 with purpose as she prepared to sign in for the Society for Human Resource Management Resume Workshop. She sat at a table as she eagerly awaited a human resources professional who would review her resume.

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CSU WellFest teaches students healthy living

On Jan. 23, the Cleveland State Recreation Center hosted WellFest 2014 in the Student Center ballroom. The event, designed to promote positive healthy living, was attended by a mixture of students, faculty and visitors not affiliated with Cleveland State.

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Ex-NASA executive to increase Engineering enrollment and retention

Cleveland State's College of Engineering has tapped Dr. Woodrow Whitlow, Jr. as its new Executive in Residence. Whitlow brings with him clearly defined goals for the College of Engineering.

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