Cleveland International Film Festival reinvents itself

By Skylar Bridgeforth Staff Writer Get excited! Although the physical film festival has been canceled there are many ways to get involved with Cleveland's local arts! The staff at the Cleveland International Film Festival are hard at work reinventing CIFF44. CIFF released their highly anticipated festival trailer on March 25, the would-be opening night, per …

‘The Real Inspector Hound’ passes inspection

Despite minor hiccups, the theatre department once again delivers By Kristina Markulin Before the theater lights went down, actors began to take stage, but most of the crowd didn’t notice. The audience for “The Real Inspector Hound” continued to mill about when the fake audience for the play within “The Real Inspector Hound” began to …

Inspecting “The Real Inspector Hound”

By Kristina Markulin After a faculty shake-up canceled the production “God’s Country,” the director of last semester’s production of “Into the Woods,” Russ Borski, stepped up to fill the void. Despite the late notice, he was up for the challenge. He decided on “The Real Inspector Hound,” written by Tom Stoppard. The one-act play focuses …

Photostory: The Galleries at CSU opens spring exhibition

By Nick Hawks A&E Editor It was a night of celebration on  Jan. 31, as The Galleries at Cleveland State University had its opening reception for the spring exhibition,"Timeless Vision: Earth, Sea, and Sky." "This exhibition is intended to celebrate the sublime beauty of the landscape without dwelling on the pressing issues of the natural …

Cleveland community celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. together

By Savannah Lewis Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” This quote is the theme for the 29th Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Breakfast. The breakfast, held on Jan. 2, is an annual collaboration between Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community …