October 13, 2016

Goodbye ‘Campus Horn’

For close to a decade Cleveland State University has sent out the “Campus Horn” email newsletter twice a week to inform students and faculty of upcoming events and offering giveaways for school swag and event tickets.

But beginning on Sept. 29, “Campus Horn” ceased publication. Now the CLEstate Calendar will arrive in student’s inboxes every Monday.

The decision arose from the idea to combine all student and faculty events into one area for easier access, to have a central hub where events affecting the entire university are shared and promoted together.

The weekly newsletter will feature highlights from the events calendar, while the full website contains all events, from sports and entertainment, to guest speakers and specialty classes.

“We want to make this more open and more accessible for everyone, so for this new events hub, everyone is going to have the opportunity to send events to that system,” said William Dube, director of communications and media relations at Cleveland State. “Anyone will have the opportunity to submit information and have that reviewed and then posted.”

The CLEstate Calendar will use more images and connect directly to varied social media apps, as opposed to the more text-heavy interface of “Campus Horn.” Users will be able to share events on social media right from the events hub, and can invite their friends and family to join them or let them know they will be there.

Students can still follow @CLE_State on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat for updates, information, and giveaways at Cleveland State.


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