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 …

If walls could talk: The messages of BH’s women’s restrooms

By Savannah Lewis  Photos by Kourtney Husnick We all look for a way to connect with others. Whether it’s through social media, our friend groups or other platforms, we as humans have an interest in communicating to one another, in sharing our views and beliefs. Students at Cleveland State University have found a way to …

American Marketing Association connects students to outside opportunities

By Savannah Lewis Cleveland State University is known for its motto, “the city is our campus,” because of how closely connected the university is with the surrounding community.  Organizations on campus play a huge part in making connections throughout the Cleveland area, nationally and internationally. Cleveland State’s American Marketing Association (AMA) chapter is one of …

Student organization works to spread awareness of animal liberation

By Savannah Lewis Students may have noticed an eye-catching sight on Jan. 17 when a group of people wearing Guy Fawkes masks stood in a square-like formation in the Student Center atrium holding large screens which showed graphic images of mistreated farm animals. This was part of a demonstration to share information on the agricultural …

Alumni-owned store blooms in the midst of Australian bushfires

By Kourtney Husnick Bloom Clothing Company, owned and founded by Cleveland State University alumnus Tyler Hobel, is donating half of all revenue through Feb. 1 to the Koala Hospital to help with the wildfires in Australia.  Typically, 12% of the proceeds go to the Honeybee Conservancy, a nonprofit organization working to curb the decline of …

Sexual Violence/Assault at Cleveland State

Policies and Prevention Methods By Claudia Ugbana The Title IX investigative process at Cleveland State University is strictly administrative, according to the Director of the Office for Institutional Equity (OIE), Rachel Lutner.  OIE is home to the Title IX  coordinators at the university, instilling policies against sexual discrimination and overseeing procedures for investigating complaints of …

CSU hosts networking event with Sherwin-Williams

By Abigail Bickel On Thursday, Sept. 13, Cleveland State University’s Career Services center hosted “Sherwin-Williams Day” for current Cleveland State students to meet Sherwin-Williams recruiters and Cleveland State alumni. During a series of events throughout the day, students were able to learn about internship and career opportunities with the company. The event also presented students …

Out-of-state student on why Cleveland isn’t all that bad

Californian student moves to Cleveland to finish education by Kc Longley Senior majoring in Journalism Editor-in-Chief Cleveland, Ohio. It’s not somewhere that people generally think about when they decide to move across the country. It isn’t a top destination city that is bursting at the seams with tourists life San Diego or New York City. However, it was for me. Cleveland was, …