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CSU Dome banned from conference play

The Cleveland State University Softball team did not play its scheduled three game series against Youngstown State this past Saturday and Sunday as Horizon League coaches have decided conference games can no longer be played in the dome.

Men's golf finishes strong in Memphis

Cleveland State University's men's golf team competed at the Memphis Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday this week, coming in eleventh place out of 15 teams.

Coach Waters finalist for Jobe Award

Cleveland State University's very own men's head basketball coach Gary Waters has been named a finalist for the Ben Jobe National Coach of the Year award.

Vikings undefeated in Horizon League play

Vikings tennis was dominant in Michigan as the men's team defeated Detroit Saturday, March 29 and the women's team beat Detroit on Saturday.

 


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CSU Open House gives tours to prospective students

Population Dynamics center director named

Perspectives

Did Nick Cannon go too far?

Nick Cannon

Rapper Nick Cannon has stirred up controversy this past week after sharing photos and videos on his Instagram account of himself in whiteface makeup complete with blond hair and a stereotypical "skater boy" accent.

Arts & Entertainment

Downtown celebrates 'Game of Thrones' medieval-style

Games of Thrones party

Walking towards Winks in the Galleria on E. 9th on March 29, I was taken aback by the transformation that the restaurant had undergone. There were brightly colored banners hanging down in front of the door, and a line of people waiting to get in.

CSU Galleries host 43rd Student Show, Merit Scholar Exhibition

Family, friends and faculty filled The Galleries at Cleveland State University to observe and appreciate the newest works created by student artists.

NYC synthpunk band engages crowd at House of Blues

MSI in Concert

On March 30, Mindless Self Indulgence, a synthpunk band from New York City, brought their "How I Learned to Stop Giving a S*** and Love Mindless Self Indulgence Tour 2014" to a floor packed with angsty teenagers at the House of Blues.


 

CIFF concludes with record attendance

Michelle Josue's documentary "Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine," about the highly publicized murder of a gay college student in 1998, won the Roxanna T. Mueller Audience Choice Award for Best Film at the Cleveland International Film Festival's closing night ceremonies March 30.

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Berkman dispels 'annoying skepticism' about college

President Berkman emphasized the synergistic relationship between Cleveland State University, the city of Cleveland and the importance in continuing the relationship for the benefit of both parties in a speech delivered at The Cleveland City Club on March 29.

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Dumski-Resendes debate

With two weeks to go before the Student Government Association presidential election, the presidential debate was held with incumbent Allison Dumski and opponent Alex Resendes.

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Psychology department hopes splitting stats course will improve student success rate

This issue, we talked to professors Kathleen McNamara and Mike Horvath from the Department of Psychology. McNamara is the chair of the department, and Horvath is the undergraduate program coordinator.

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CSU Trustees pass new policy on discrimination and harassment

Cleveland State University's Board of Trustees approved a new policy on discrimination and harassment March 25, which defines and denounces forms of sexual violence, including relationship violence and non-consentual sexual contact, among other things.

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Human attention threatened by technology, says Professor Wu

It was a crowded Tuesday night in Moot Court Room on March 25 as students, faculty and community members gathered to listen to Tim Wu, professor of law at Columbia University, discuss "human attention" and explore ways to protect it against technology's grip on society.

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Summer research funding gives students opportunity to grow in field

Cleveland State's Office of Research has announced $249,838 in awards for funding summer research projects. 68 students will receive full funding for research in summer 2014.

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CampusNet parking portal moves to own website, streamlines online services

Parking and Transportation Services has moved its services from Cleveland State University's CampusNet and is now available on a brand new website.

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