CSU announces HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge as Spring Commencement Speaker

By: Maggie Phillips Marcia Fudge at her first press conference as HUD Secretary, Graphic by: Jack Brancatelli On March 26, Cleveland State University President Harlan Sands announced newly appointed U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge will be the commencement speaker for the spring 2021 graduation ceremony. Graduation is May 15 at Progressive Field- …

Women’s fencing concludes season with best finish since 1995

By: Ramandeep Arora Cleveland State University women’s fencing concluded their 2020-21 campaign at the NCAA championship on March 28 at Penn State University’s Bryce Jordan Center. The trio consisting of Amanda Provance, Shelbie Seeburg and Dorian Pichola showed strong performances bringing Cleveland State to a top 21 finish. The final placement of Provance, Seeburg and …

Women’s basketball ends season in WBI tournament

By: August Vullo The Cleveland State University women’s basketball team had a great season, going 14-9 and getting an invitation to the Women’s Basketball Invitational Tournament. Their winning can be credited to how well the team worked together and to Head Coach Chris Kielsmeier.  The team was not without its standouts, with outstanding performances from …

CSU men’s tennis

By: Ramandeep Arora CSU men's tennis has had an incredible season thus far. Luke Phillips (pictured above) currently holds the men's tennis record with 10 wins and three losses this season, Source: CSU Athletics Department. The Cleveland State University men’s tennis team had quite a March to remember, and they are  looking for more victories …

CSU 2.0 explained, Part 3: 4,500 new students, addressing regional needs, and more

By Connor Mahon CSU has set an ambitious goal of increasing enrollment by 4,500 students by 2025. That is a 27% increase to the student body, By: Connor Mahon CSU 2.0, a five-year plan for the university, was unveiled via Facebook Live on March 26. Today, we are inspecting the third of four themes that …

CSU 2.0 explained, Part 2: Increasing financial aid, residential students, curriculum changes, and more

By Connor Mahon Euclid Commons is one of two residence halls at CSU, which combined house just 10% of the student body. Goals to raise this to 20% in the next 5 years have been proposed, By: Molly Bregar CSU 2.0, a 5 year plan for the future of the university, was unveiled in a …

CSU 2.0 explained, Part 1: College reconsolidating, faculty hiring, and investments in research

By Connor Mahon The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences is one of the colleges being reconsolidated, By: Connor Mahon CSU 2.0, a five year plan for the future of the university, was unveiled in a Facebook Live on March 26. Today, we are taking a closer look at the first of four themes …

CSU 2.0 unveiled, what does it mean for students?

By: Connor Mahon Cleveland State University President Harlan Sands unveiled plans for CSU 2.0 on Friday morning to the CSU community, By: Molly Bregar Friday morning, Cleveland State University President Harlan Sands presented the blueprint for CSU 2.0 which is “an aggressive, growth-oriented plan for emerging from the global pandemic a stronger, more-focused institution.”  CSU …