|July 18, 2002||A Laboratory Newspaper at Cleveland State University||Vol. 4, No. 4|
Photo by Lauren Heil
The empty halls of the Corlett Building will be filled with the voices of more than 500 high school students beginning Aug. 29. Cleveland Municipal Schools have found a home for John Hay High School senior classes for the next two to three years. School officials say that it will be a taste of the college experience for the students. CSU representatives say they hope that having this experience so close to CSU will encourage them to go to college here on campus. The Corlett Building site has been discussed in the past as a potential location for several building projects as well as additional green space on campus.The building has been empty for three years and was last occupied by disabilities services. Renovation of the building will be the responsiblity of the Cleveland Municipal School District.
The Cleveland Stater is a laboratory newspaper put out by students enrolled in classes in the Department of Communication at Cleveland State University.
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Photographers: Edith Donaldson, Shawn Foucher, Lauren Heil, and Caroline Nicolay
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