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The "best of" The Cleveland Stater fall 2021 #3

In this edition of the “best of” newsletter, we are covering CSU 2.0, compliance issues at the law school, affordable restaurants and cafés near campus, soccer star Bojan Kolevski’s journey to CSU and how the entertainment industry ruins relationships.

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  1. Cleveland State names new leadership positions as part of the CSU 2.0 rollout — LUCIA ROSACE

With the rollout of CSU 2.0 put into action, almost weekly updates from new provost Laura Bloomberg have been shared with students. A few weeks ago the news broke on the configuration of three new colleges. Now the provost shares who will be taking on new leadership positions and the ongoing national dean search.

  1. CSU is confident its law school will resolve ABA compliance issues — DANIEL NEWMAN

After the American Bar Association found the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law out of compliance with resource standards earlier this year, the school is confident the November hearing will find the ABA’s concerns to be resolved. 

  1. Six affordable places near CSU to get good grub and coffee — WILLOW GRALEY

There are many local businesses throughout Cleveland and near Cleveland State’s campus where students can enjoy an affordable, and most importantly, tasty meal. Not only is price important to students but there are also many places that offer vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options near campus.

  1. CSU soccer’s Bojan Kolevski feels right at home as Vikings ride high into the postseason — ROBERT FENBER

Cleveland State student athletes often take an interesting journey to land in Northeast Ohio. 21-year-old Bojan Kolevski has travelled over 4,000 miles from North Macedonia to pursue his passion of soccer at CSU. The sophomore has led the Vikings with 12 goals and four assists as they look to make a run in the postseason.

  1. OPINION: True love loses meaning in the name of entertainment — LUCIA ROSACE

When dictated by the bottom line, love and romance become fear and anxiety for a whole generation. Entertainment paints a rosy image of “true love” and “the one,” but what comes next? Media shifts to showing the aftermath, the love affair that brings the relationship crashing to the ground. But what about in between?

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