Guests had the opportunity to listen to the deans of the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Health, the Levin College of Public Affairs and Education, and the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Honors College.
"They continue to steward so many of our great lands,” President Joe Biden said of first Americans on Nov. 8. “Their contributions to science, humanities, arts, public service and more have brought prosperity for all of us. Their diverse cultures and communities continue to thrive and lead us forward."
TAYLOR LEWIS-KERSLAKE - posted November 22, 2023
In the 2nd edition of the “best of” The Cleveland Stater for fall 2023, we feature an interview with CSU’s President Dr. Laura Bloomberg, the Nov. 8 faculty senate meeting, our most recent episode of the podcast, "Why I Love The Land," and more.
TAYLOR LEWIS-KERSLAKE - posted November 17, 2023
In a wide-ranging interview with The Cleveland Stater, Dr. Bloomberg discussed the future of student housing at Cleveland State, criticism of the university's response to the Israel-Palestine conflict, CSU 2.0 and, among other topics, her Starbucks go-to.
The Cleveland Community celebrated its 19th annual Day of the Dead, Nov. 4, 2023, at the Cleveland Public Theatre, Church, Parish Hall and surrounding areas in Cleveland's Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood.
Cleveland State students wanting to live on-campus were promised more options in the university revamp known as CSU 2.0. As part of that plan, the university bought The Edge and The Langton apartments.