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By Maddie Saines
“Best of” The Cleveland Stater spring 2023 #3By ABIGAIL PREISZIG, Editor-in-Chief - posted May 10, 2023A selection of the best reporting from The Cleveland Stater.
CSU Improv Club to put on showcase Friday, May 5By KASEY SHERIDAN - posted May 5, 2023“Everybody needs a good laugh,” Anne E. McLaughlin, president of the CSU Improv Club, said. “It’s been a rough couple of years and laughter is just something everybody needs sometimes.”
Order of Omega hosts 1st in-person Greek Week at CSU since pandemicBy KASEY SHERIDAN
After an all virtual Greek Week in 2021 and a break in 2022, Cleveland State University students were able to take part in on-campus Greek Week festivities the third week of April this year.
Investigative Journalist Mark Puente visits CSUBy JAYLA SALTER - posted April 30, 2023"That became known, 'if he comes to your door… you're screwed,'" said Mark Puente, investigative journalist, when speaking about himself and how he handles interviewing political officials.
“Bad Press” showcases the struggles Indigenous journalists faceBy LYDIA KACALA - posted April 25, 2023“They were going, ‘Does she not realize we can stop paying her?’” Angel Ellis, then reporter, now head of Mvskoke Media and star of the documentary, said. “But it wouldn’t have mattered to me. I was still going to do it even if they fired me.”
What does the CSU board of trustees do, and who are its members?By NICOLE PREUER - posted April 13, 2023Despite the powerful role the board of trustees has at any university, most of the community it serves knows little about what it does, or, as in the case of Cleveland State, who its members are.
It's time to fight like a girlBy KAT MAGALSKI - posted April 9, 2023“Your only competition is yourself,” Mikayla Colston, coordinator of marketing and advertising at CSU’s Recreation Center and a Pink Gloves instructor, said. “It's all about allowing us to grow from where we were before.”
CSU women’s basketball team has built its foundation, what's next?By MASON COLE - posted April 11, 2023The Vikings women’s basketball team won a school record 30 games during their 2022-23 season and won the Horizon League Tournament for only the third time in school history. The Vikings hope their 2022-23 season will lead to further success for the program.
Students find creative solutions at CSU's MakerSpaceBy MASON COLE - posted April 2, 2023The Dan T. Moore MakerSpace is a valuable resource for students in the Washkewicz College of Engineering at Cleveland State University. Manager Matthew Johnson wants the rest of CSU to know it can be beneficial to them as well.