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Gay issues explored in CPT's 'Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays'

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Student discovers anti-Semitic defacement on campus

Anti-Semitic graffiti was discovered in the Main Classroom Building on Feb. 10. The swatiska, was found by student Jennifer Joseph and reported to Cleveland State University Police on Feb. 24.

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CSU students walk in St. Patrick's Day parade

Cleveland State University was well represented in this year's St. Patrick's Day parade. With participation organized by the Department of Special Events, Cleveland State made its mark.

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Adjunct faculty protest unfair pay, benefits

Disatisfied with pay and other working conditions Cleveland State's adjunct faculty and some students joined together in a protest in the Student Center on Feb. 25.

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CSU professors develop app to unveil history of Kenya

Two Cleveland State professors have developed an app to highlight points of interest in Kenya. The two traveled to Kenya to further their $60,000 project set to be released in 2016.
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Finance class project explores Midtown makeover

Students from the Monte Ahuja College of Business presented at "Visions for Midtown" on Feb. 25. The event offered students a chance to showcase their research.

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Interim director ushers in big changes for CSU's redesigned Honors College

Elizabeth Lehfeldt, new interim director of The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation Honors College is bringing with her many positive changes. With a gift of $3.6 million the Honors College promises great opportunities for future students.

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Students cash in on travel expenses

The Career Ready Internship Grant Program is making it possible for Cleveland State to reimburse students who travel long distances to internships. This year eliglible students received reimbursement checks of over $2000.

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Urban Affairs college class wins national award

The planning studio class for spring 2014 in the Levin College of Urban Affairs has won a national student award from the American Institute of Certified Planners.

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