Greek life organizations misrepresentation in movies

By John Eppich   “Animal House,” “Neighbors,” “American Pie,” “22 Jump Street,” and many more films and media exist that depict Greek life on college campuses in a less than flattering light. From drinking until 6:00 a.m. with one of the pledges dying of alcohol poisoning to having members be humiliated or put through unthinkable …

Cab and the Rec join forces with two of the biggest events of the year

By KC Longley The smell of cotton candy and funnel cake hangs in the air as hundreds of students come together outside of Fenn Tower to enjoy an evening of fun at Cleveland State. Surrounding the students are inflatable jumpers, fit to create an area for jousting friends as well as the landing ground for …

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 …

Women’s volleyball team slated to repeat as Horizon League Champions

By Mike Comodeca   The Horizon League coaches once again voted the Cleveland State Vikings women’s volleyball team the 2017 preseason favorite to win the conference championship for the second year in a row. Four teams received first place votes from the coaches with Cleveland State receiving four, Green Bay three and UIC grabbing one …

CSU Film School set to complete August 2018

By Beth Casteel With the announcement  of the upcoming school of film and media, replacing Cleveland State University’s film, television and interactive media program, few details have been given regarding its progress. Until now. The new school is still in its beginning stages. Frederic Lahey, the head of the film school, has been in and …

Bans under Trump’s administration justify political worries

By Savannah Lewis   Last November, my friends and I sat around the TV watching in disbelief as Donald Trump became our president. During this time, we made jokes that were tinted with the real fear of losing our rights and protections as American citizens. We weren’t sure what the outcome of this man’s presidency …

New program offers emergency assistance to students

By Anna Toth   Cleveland State University is adding to the ways it helps students with Dash Cash -- an emergency aid program meant to help students in financial crisis. Dash Cash was started with a $260,000 Dash Emergency Grant from the Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates, a nonprofit focused on furthering higher …