A graphic of 4 things to do around CSU for the week of March 6 through March 12.
Credit: Abigail Preiszig, Taylor Lewis-Kerslake
Things to do around Cleveland State, March 6 through March 12.

4 things to do around CSU this week

With spring break approaching, students have an opportunity to start their break on a high note with these events happening around CSU.
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Women’s HERstory Month Celebration

March is Women's History Month, or as it should be called, Women's HERstory Month. CSU has a slew of activities and events planned. This week, CSU's Women's Center is hosting an event, March 8, to celebrate International Women’s Day. It's in BH 142 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and conversations will focus on women's tremendous social, economic, political and cultural achievements the month celebrates. The center also hopes to raise awareness on gender inequality, women’s rights and more. Food will be provided.

International Women’s Day Kick-A** Boxing Class 

Also on March 8, CSU’s Society of Intersectional Feminists is partnering with Pink Gloves Boxing to provide a free boxing lesson in honor of Women’s HERstory Month. The event will run from noon to 2 p.m. in the Student Center Atrium. Along with the boxing class, there will also be conversations about femininity and the social constructs surrounding it. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

Cleveland State Spring Dance Concerts 

Cleveland State’s annual Spring Dance Concert will be held at Playhouse Square from Friday, March 10 through Sunday, March 12. The concert will feature performances from CSU Dance Company, CSU Dance Group and GroundWorks DanceTheater. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased on Playhouse Square’s website

Cleveland Charge Hoops & Hounds Night

And finally, the Cleveland Charge are hosting their first Hoops and Hounds night, this Friday, March 10. Tickets are $5 for dogs and $10 for humans. CSU students and faculty can claim their free tickets now and purchase a ticket for their pup if they’re bringing them along. The game tips off at 7 p.m. at the Wolstein Center. Woof woof!