The Cleveland State newspaper for the student by the students

By: "The Cauldron" Editorial/Managment staff At Cleveland State University and other colleges throughout the nation, student journalists create safe environments for student opinion, holding their administration accountable, and protecting student liberties on campus. However, student-run press organizations are much more than that. Being a part of a student press organization also fosters a sense of …

Bid to outsource CSU Counseling Center sparks strong student opposition

By: Maggie Phillips The CSU Counseling Center offers a variety of services to students, this could change with potential outsourced mental health services, Photo by: Molly Bregar Cleveland State University recently released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking bids for an outside provider of mental health care services at CSU. While the RFP is no …

The Wendy Park Bridge creates exciting opportunities for downtown cyclists

By: Jack Brancatelli and Maggie Phillips The Cleveland Metroparks is in its final stages of construction on an exciting project that will make the lakefront more accessible to cyclists and pedestrians in the city of Cleveland. Located just west of Downtown in the Ohio City neighborhood, this 125-foot pedestrian bridge will be a direct connection …

CSU alum Stefan Knaack launches strong campaign for Cleveland City Council

By: Maggie Phillips 2021 is a crucial year for Cleveland politics. The city’s current and longest-serving mayor, Frank Jackson, is finishing his 4th term and 14th year as the city’s mayor. His mayoral seat is up for grabs this November, along with the city municipal court judge and entire city council. Voter turnout is typically …

Helping the homeless community throughout the winter season

By: Maggie Phillips Throughout the month of February, many parts of the U.S. faced unprecedentedly low temperatures, especially in areas that are unaccustomed to the cold. The homeless are particularly susceptible to these frigid temperatures.  While most Cleveland State University students may not directly feel the struggles of homelessness, there are many members of our …

CSU’s Michael Schwartz Library provides valuable resources for the CSU community

By: Maggie Phillips Cleveland State University's Michael Schwartz Library front entrance, By: Molly Bregar The Michael Schwartz Library at Cleveland State University is officially open for the 2021 spring semester, providing vital resources for all CSU students and faculty. Open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., the library is one of the few spots …

Eating local: The best new on-campus dining options

By Maggie Phillips This semester has brought about many challenges for Cleveland State and its surrounding community. With less campus foot traffic due to the high number of remote classes, many students are unaware of how on-campus businesses are faring with reduced clientele.  Some classic CSU dining options have been temporarily closed, like Joe Maxx …