|July 21, 2005||A Laboratory Newspaper at Cleveland State University||Vol. 7, No. 4|
Photo By Matthew Horvath
The flowers in the University Center plaza create a colorful setting for students, faculty and staff to enjoy lunch, study for an upcoming exam, or simply mingle with friends. The time that the CSU community could not use the plaza may be worth it now that there is such a beauty in the heart of the campus. Combined with a cool breeze, the plaza provides a good spot for a relaxing break from a busy schedule, or a busy break from a relaxing schedule. Either way it is glorious on a nice day.
Sisters share passion for competition
The Cleveland Stater is a laboratory newspaper put out by students enrolled in classes in the School of Communication at Cleveland State University.
Editor:William Hall, Matthew Horvath
Advertising Managers: Patrick Antos
Reporters: Patrick Antos, Nathalie Evans, William Hall, Matthew Horvath, Francis Petruziello, Jamillah Riase
Photographers: Patrick Antos, William Hall, Matthew Horvath
Adviser: Betty Clapp
For information on the publication or advertising, please contact:
The Cleveland Stater
School of Communication
Cleveland State University
2001 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Phone: (216) 687-5094
fax: (216) 687-5588
web page: www.csuohio.edu/clevelandstater
The adviser can be reached at (216) 687-4642 or at email@example.com.
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