Cleveland may have the worst pro sports teams, but when it comes to gifted talents, our city is not recognized enough for the talented writers, journalists, artists (studio and visual), filmmakers and other extraordinary individuals who reside in the area. To get great recognition in your hometown it takes networking, making a difference through mentoring …

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“We have to create and celebrate Black History everyday,” said Michael Williams, the director of the Black Studies Program. The Black Studies Program kicked off Black History Month on Feb. 3 with art gallery and talk with Cleveland-native visual artist Jerome T. White. This year’s Black History Month theme at CSU is “Expressions of Us.” …

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First Lady Michelle Obama recently did a series of ads on the Disney Channel to promote the “Magic of Healthy Living” with some of the stars the Disney Channel including Brenda Song and Nick Jonas. Encouraging kids to eat healthier, turn off the TV and go outside is commendable and I applaud Mrs. Obama for …

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The commanding political story for the last two weeks has been the ongoing Egyptian protest, focused on the ousting of current President Hosni Mubarek and forcing free elections in the African nation. Many eyes have been on the mixed-messages conveyed by the United States’ government, which hesitated early to recognize the merits of the protesters …

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The Student Government Association held its first meeting on Jan. 21. The primary focus of the meeting was discussing future plans for the organization and the campus. Several senators and executive board members voiced possible ideas that could be implemented during the spring semester. Treasurer Eli Auerbach proposed an idea called “Trashformation.” In Auerbach’s proposal, …

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The CSU Michael Schwartz Library will be celebrating the International Year of Chemistry throughout the month of February. According to Theresa Nawalaniec, the sciences and engineering librarian, the International Year of Chemistry commemorates the “benefits of chemistry to mankind.” The library, in conjunction with the CSU chemistry department, will host presentations and speakers during the …

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The SGA Disability Inclusion Committee and the Office of Disability Services held a luncheon on Feb. 3 to inform students about the rights of people with disabilities both on campus and in the workplace. Michelle Crew, an outreach and training coordinator from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, was present to answer questions and provide …

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