Diversity, tradition shapes the 4th
Growing up in a small town Kyle Juist was not offered many opportunities after high school, but had a tradition to follow.
“I’d rather serve and die for my country than to disappoint and disgrace my family,” Juist reflected while sitting on his bed October of 2002 as a senior in high school.
Gift to help Fenn Hall upgrades
The Washkewicz College of Engineering at Cleveland State University received a $733,000 donation from the estate of Frederick H. Ray.
Biological clocks optimize performance, affects aging
“Aging is not for sissies,” Josephine Hatala said. The 82-year-old may be on to something.
Aging is one of the things that affects all of us, but the question is what causes it. Some people say diet, others say exercise, along with a laundry list of other factors.
CSU Police offer ALICE training courses
The Cleveland State University Police Department is offering a training program as a precautionary measure to prepare faculty and staff in the event of a school shooting.
Urban Affairs holds forum on climate change
On June 23, the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs held a forum on climate preparedness and resilience in the Roberta Steinbacher Atrium.
Entrepreneurs share ideas at Startup Vikes
Start Up Vikes was held Friday, June 20 though Sunday, June 22 in Fenn Tower.
The event was open to all Cleveland State University students and alumni as well as community members.
Cleveland students struggle, hope on horizon
It would not be a stretch to say that Cleveland is growing and improving — neglected buildings and run-down neighborhoods are steadily growing into a beautiful, bright and bustling metropolis.
However, as much as things are improving in Cleveland, there is still one big problem.
Questions still linger over Common Core
Common Core math has been in the media within the past year with scores of parents posting a picture of their child’s homework and proclamations of how wrong the system of math is. At one point in early 2014, comedian Louis C.K. even joined the Common Core bashing frenzy.
Nostalgic drive-in experience stays fresh with modernizations
"American as apple pie and baseball" used to be a catch phrase to describe a sentiment of American cultural authenticity. Another unique American cultural experience many would add would be watching movies at a drive-in theater.
CSU Program wins national award for innovativeness
Cleveland State University, and its partner Asia Institute, won the 2014 Innovative New Program award for the first-of-its-kind program.