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September 27, 2001 A Laboratory Newspaper at Cleveland State University Volume 3 Issue 6




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Hate crimes affect students
The tragedy at the World Trade Center, and the Pentagon Sept. 11, has brought stereotyping of the Islamic-Arab nation, and hate crimes not only to the United States, but to Cleveland State University.

The story can be found with this issue's News.


The Cleveland Stater is a laboratory newspaper put out by students enrolled in classes in the Department of Communication at Cleveland State University.
Editor: Doug Banus
Online Editor: Mammen Mathew
Advertising Manager: John Musarra
Photographers: Josie ElSeikali, Susannah Aziz, George Squirek, Mammen Mathew
Reporters: Susannah Aziz, Mallorie Ball, Ryan Dawson, Demond Eiland, Josie ElSeikali, Debbie Lee, Kristina Martens, Mammen Mathew, John Musarra, Tammy Peterson, Lisa Roberson, Yolanda Smith, George Squirek
Adviser: Betty Clapp

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