Tattoos: self-expressions or unprofessional?

By: Dina Usanovic Millennials and Gen-Zs have tested the limits regarding body alterations. As Millennials entered the workforce with an affinity for tattoos, society questioned whether such body adornments were unprofessional. With the increase in tattoos seen in society, it’s time to evaluate their effect on professional life. Many employers used to feel that tattoos …

A review of Cleveland Vegan

By: Dina Usanovic Are you looking for a vegan-friendly restaurant near campus? Look no further! I have recently stumbled upon Cleveland Vegan, a completely vegan restaurant and bakery in Lakewood. This restaurant lies only 15 minutes away from campus. Cleveland Vegan offers a multitude of bakery and food items. On the bakery front, I recommend …

Celebrating Diversity

By: Dina Usanovic I have recently become increasingly appreciative of my parents’ choice to expose me to multiple cultures as a child. We took yearly family vacations to different places and often traveled to Bosnia to visit family. Witnessing how different cultures lived and seeing traditions that were worlds away from my American traditions was …

President Sands announces new talent pipeline partnership

How can CSU students take advantage of the opportunity? By Mia Mills President Harlan Sands was eager to announce the partnership with Cleveland’s leading medical professionals to integrate a talent pipeline at Cleveland State University. According to the announcement made by Governor Mike Dewine and JobsOhio, CSU will receive funding from JobsOhio to create a …

The selfish nation

By: Dina Usanovic Many people are impressed with the social systems in European countries, specifically those found in Sweden and Germany. These embracing, inclusive systems allow for a high standard of living nation-wide. This is in stark contrast to America’s social system, in which poor people and minorities are subjected to a much lower standard …