Men's tennis finish strong at Midwest Regional

Ali Shabib played 3 great matches to play his way into the main draw

Injury doesn't spoil women's tennis finale

Mathilde Orange picked up a win at the women's regional event

Previewing men's and women's basketball

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Students adjusting to credit switch

The attitude toward the 4-3 credit conversions seems to be negative, and the biggest concern is how students are adjusting to it.

Arts & Entertainment

NASA exhibit visits Schwartz Library

"Science on a Sphere" exhibit runs through Dec. 16 on first floor of the library.

Galleries to host 21st annual People's Art Show

Exhibition open to submissions from all students with a passion to celebrate uncensroed creativity, diversity and pure imgaination runs through Dec. 14

Allen Theatre kicks off fall season with 'The Dybbuk'

Cleveland State department of Theatre and Dance opens fall season at PlayhouseSquare with ode to late Reuben Silver.


Task force assessing the changing demographics, enrollment issues

Among their responsibilites will be investigating the identity of the university moving forward.

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University partners with RTA to create "Cleveland State" line on west-side

Buses will bear Cleveland State emblem with the route a conjunction of old 55 route serving Clifton Avenue and west-side communities.

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SGA seeks to lower tuition for internship credits

Student Government Association believes cost to take internships for credit is too high.

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Cleveland State professor Richard Perloff receives international award

Perloff flew to Amsterdam to accept award for for article advancing communication-theory research.

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CSU grad student partners with Cleveland Clinic to conduct Carpal Tunnel research

Joseph Gabra is working on his dissertation in conjunction with the Clinic on carpal stiffness and joint mobility.

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Latino Awards highlight multicultural engagement

In celebration of Latino History Month, students and employees wereamong those recognized for their contributions to the Latino community.

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Seventh-annual Government Career Fair suggests careers in government on the rise

Students who attended had the oppurtunity to meet with any of 63 local, state and federal agencies - including representatives from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Internal Revenue Service and NASA Glenn Research Center.

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