Potential parking partnership seeks to improve parking

By Anna Toth   Cleveland State recently announced a potential solution to the parking perils that frequently plague the university — the Parking Strategic Partnership Project. The public-private partnership would be between Cleveland State and a qualified third-party parking operator. The parking operator would pay a fee to the university to take responsibility for the …

Men’s tennis grabs two titles in the Purdue Fall Invitational

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By Matt Poshedley   The Cleveland State University men’s tennis team began their season with two impressive title wins at the Purdue Fall Invitational, held on Friday, Sept. 15 through Sunday, Sept. 17. On the first day of the tournament, the Vikings won three of their singles matches and went 4-2 in their doubles matches. …

Fundraising competition offers scholarship to CSU students

By Anna Toth   The Leukemia Lymphoma Society of Northern Ohio is giving college students the chance to compete for a scholarship and the title of Man & Woman of the Year Collegiate Edition. By participating in a 10 week fundraising competition in the spring, students can win a $3,500 scholarship as well as helping …

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 …