CSU hosts its largest career fair yetBy ABIGAIL PREISZIG - posted March 6, 2023“In Career Development and Exploration, it is our vision to best serve all CSU students by providing relevant and forward thinking programs,” Brittany Wampler, director of CSU's Career Development and Exploration office, told The Stater.
“A Man Called Otto” with Tom Hanks also puts CSU students on the big screenBy KASEY SHERIDAN - posted February 19, 2023
Sony’s “A Man Called Otto” recently debuted in theaters and some familiar faces can be seen in flashback scenes.
The Destiny of CSU women's basketballBy Ryan Yeary - posted March 3, 2023The Cleveland State women’s basketball team is closing in on greatness this season, breaking a forty year old regular season wins record set in 1982-83. Destiny Leo, the Horizon League's player of the year, is anchoring the run. She took time out with The Stater to answer the tough questions like, “What’s your Chipotle order?”
A day in the life of a D1 esports athleteBy Ryan Yeary - posted February 24, 2023Last fall, Cleveland State University rolled out a varsity esports team. It's part of the athletic department and is thriving. But many students don’t know we have a team, let alone why a group of chair-bound students sitting in front of computers count as student-athletes.
Rune and Thor connect the CSU police and campus community “one paw at a time”By NICOLE PREUER (text, pictures) and KAT MAGALSKI (video) - posted February 24, 2023.“We have made more communication and connections in the past year with these guys,” officer Toni Jones said about CSU Police Department's therapy dogs.
Cavs, Charge, Monsters offer discounted tickets to CSU studentsBy TAYLOR LEWIS-KERSLAKE - posted February 17, 2023The Cleveland Charge offer up to four free tickets to Cleveland State students, faculty and staff. The Cavs and Monsters also have discount ticket deals for students.
Local Black artists, businesses court CSU studentsBy KAT MAGALSKI - posted February 24, 2023Cleveland State’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) featured local black businesses in its Black Business Bazaar, held on Feb. 21. The bazaar was one of many events held at CSU in February to celebrate Black History Month.
Over $650,000 raised on CSU's annual giving dayBy KARYSSA ROSE - posted February 22, 2023"Giving Day is a day where you can raise a lot of money in a short amount of time,” event organizer John Templeman said. "It's great because areas that normally don’t get the ability to fundraise get a chance to shine.”
Have you heard about “Deen N Dine” at CSU?By JAYLA SALTER - posted February 23, 2023CSU's Muslim Student Association held its most recent “Deen N Dine” in the Student Center Ballroom, Feb. 14. These events are held monthly for students to learn about Islam, gather with friends and share a meal. All students are welcome and encouraged to attend.