News

  • Students Learn About the Haunting Aftermath of Katyn Murders During WWII
    History buffs, law students and interested parties attended a panel discussion on the Katyn massacre last Thursday in the Cleveland-Marshall Law building. The Katyn massacre involved the mass execution of at least 21,800 Polish military officers during World War II.
  • Students with Disabilities Learn Their Rights in the Workplace
    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.
  • International Year of Chemistry Celebrated at Michael Schwartz Library
    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.
  • SGA Meeting Focuses on New Plans for Spring Semester
    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.