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'Best of' The Cleveland Stater fall 2022 #3

A selection of the best reporting from The Cleveland Stater: rats in Rhodes Tower; the new CSU master plan is exactly that - a plan; Deshaun Watson?; student thoughts about SCOTUS' ruling against abortion rights; Sweeney Todd at Playhouse Square and an honorary doctorate for Kid Leo.

Kid Leo to receive honorary doctorate from CSU

Lawrence James Travagliante -- or Kid Leo, as many Clevelanders know him -- will receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree during Cleveland State University’s fall 2022 commencement ceremony on Sunday. 

CSU's new master plan is just that - a plan

Faculty senate members at their Dec. 7 meeting heard more about the new Cleveland State University master plan, were informed that the interim provost is now provost and that rats and insects that have taken up residence in Rhodes Tower.

'Dobbs, Deniers, & Democracy' panel dissects US midterms

A panel discussion at Cleveland State University on Nov. 15 entitled "Dobbs, Deniers & Democracy" dissected the Nov. 8 U.S. midterm elections with a focus on Ohio, and heard how the state elections and national politics intersect and diverge.

OSU president resigns midway through term

Ohio State University President Kristina Johnson, Ph.D. has announced that she will step down from her position at the end of the school year, in May 2023, after being in the position for three years.

Sweeney Todd opens the CSU theater season

The Cleveland State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance performed their rendition of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” at The Allen Theatre in Playhouse Square from Nov. 3 through 13.