Cleveland State welcomes Campus International School

By Anna Toth   Cleveland State hosted a dedication ceremony on Sept. 20 to welcome the new K-8 public Campus International School to the university’s campus. University President Ronald M. Berkman, Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Eric Gordon and Mayor Frank Jackson all spoke at the dedication ceremony allowing attendees inside of the new building …

Students sharpen job hunting skills with Career Services and 1964 Society

By Danielle Leonard   Career Services and the 1964 Society hosted two collaborative events to help students better prepare for the world after college. Both events gave students the opportunity to sit down with an experienced professional. At Resume Rx, students could get feedback to fine-tune their resume, while Mock Interview Day allowed students to …

Cleveland organizations help hurricane victims

By Anna Toth   In a very short amount of time, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma displaced thousands of Americans, taking away their homes, their possessions and even loved ones. For many of us, it’s an experience that can never be understood or properly put into words. While there are many national organizations accepting donations and …

University offers support to potential DACA students

By Anna Toth   A message from the President emailed to the university on Sept. 6 extended support to students affected by the suspension of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. In the email, the school promises DACA students a place in the university and continued support and urged congress to pass legislation …

President Berkman: Nine years of looking through a prism towards student success

By Regan Reeck Much like the tropical plant that sits in the corner of his office, its foliage nearly the same shade of pink as his tie, President Ronald M. Berkman is a transplant to this city. Having spent much of his professional life in New York, working at both Brooklyn College and City University …

Cleveland State University over the summer

By Anna Toth   CSU Joins #WeAreIn Campaign CSU pledged to fight climate change by joining the #WeAreStillIn Campaign, a direct response to President Donald Trump pulling the United States out of the Paris Agreement. The Paris Agreement, originally signed by 195 countries, aims to keep rising temperatures “well below 2 degrees Celsius” and transition …