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 …

Muslim Student Association creates a cultural bridge in Cleveland State’s community

By Savannah Lewis Cleveland State University offers a variety of organizations to support different cultures and religions that make up the community on campus. One of these groups that has over 100 active members is called the Muslim Student Association (MSA), which is an organization that helps to spread awareness of the Islamic religion. Deena …

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 …

CSU mourns student

By Kourtney Husnick Cleveland State University announced via email the death of a student Monday, Nov. 25.  The student, identified as Zachary Duffield in threads on the Wildfire app, died by suspected suicide Sunday morning in his Langston apartment.  Students shared additional information, including a link to a GoFundMe set up to assist the family …

International Education Day offers students a look into other cultures

By Savannah Lewis The Center of International Services and Programs (CISP) and the Student Government Association (SGA) hosted International Education Day on Nov. 26. This event was held to celebrate International Education Week, which was from Nov. 18-22. Due to scheduling reasons, CISP and SGA had to hold the program after the known time to …

President Berkman: Nine years of looking through a prism towards student success

By Regan Reeck Much like the tropical plant that sits in the corner of his office, its foliage nearly the same shade of pink as his tie, President Ronald M. Berkman is a transplant to this city. Having spent much of his professional life in New York, working at both Brooklyn College and City University …