CSU bookstore offers little known textbook discount
Viking Outfitters offers students the opportunity to price match. Through the Best Price Promise offered by the bookstore students could potentially save money on textbooks.
Film fest speaks to students
The School of Communication hosted its 8th annual "Filmmaker Panels" on Saturday March 28, in conjunction with the Cleveland International Film Festival. The free event, open to both university and community members, featured more than 20 panelist.
Wrestling program rallies in wake of defunding
In reaction ro recent news of the defunding of the university's wrestling program supporters held a rally to gain student support. Students were given the opportunity to vote for funding on the recent SGA ballot.
Heritage Hall will remain student housing facility despite sale
Heritage Hall will no longer be run by university Resident Life. As the result of the recent sale to a Texas based student-housing investor the building will be renamed and placed under new management.
NSBE chapter travels to California for annual conference
Cleveland State's National Society of Black Engineers attended the 41st annual NSBE convention in Anaheim, Calif. with 242 other collegiate chapters.
Policy on e-cigs raises questions on tobacco-free campus
Cleveland State's tobacco-free policy remains unclear to many. Students raise questions on tobacco-free products such as e-cigs being included in the policy.
University spotlights indigenous issues
The Indigenous Environmental Network held a presentation at Cleveland State to advocate for change in practices regarding environmental rights and responsibilities.
From Cleveland to the capital: Meghan Dubyak talks life as a senator's commuications director
Meghan Dubyak, director of communications for Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown shared her experiences with Cleveland State students April 2. The invitation-only event offered students a first-hand account on life after college and advancing in the professional world.