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Viking Pride : Monthly News and Views for CSU Alumni and Friends

October 2017

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Homecoming 2017: You brought it home

What a great week of laughter, fun, celebration and Viking pride. Thank you, Vikings, for coming back home. We hope to see you again really soon. Read more >>

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distinguished alumni awards

Honoring excellence and service

Health care, business, education, public service, journalism...this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award recipients have achieved excellence in a variety of fields. And in doing so, they are a testament to the power of a CSU education. Read more>>

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Food and Fascism

If recent events in Charlottesville, VA are any indicator, then “blood and soil” seems to be a favorite chant of American neo-Nazis. Come and learn more about this phrase which was popularized in 1930s Germany, not by the Führer, but by the Minister of Food and Agriculture. Read more>>

Distinguished Alumni Awards

women's leadership conversations

Five ways to improve your work output, creativity and leadership

Alumna Dr. Deborah Riczo, owner of Riczo Health Education understands the role health and wellness plays in our career success and ultimately our overrall happiness. Next month, she'll join us and share how we can make the most of who we are and what we bring to the table. Read more>>

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fascinating alumni

Taking risks to keep theater alive

Michael Oatman entered the Northeast Ohio Master of Fine Arts program a self-proclaimed “bad novelist” and emerged a passionate playwright. Read more >>

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Cleveland-Marshall College of Law inducts over 100 graduates into Hall of Fame

The C|M|LAW Hall of Fame was established to honor the outstanding contributions to the success and prestige of our law school by distinguished alumni, faculty, staff, friends and community leaders. Read more >>

  From the Executive Director

Brian's Corner: You be the Float

Once they moved beyond the strange stare, I could see the wheels turning in their heads, thinking about all the possibilities. Read more >>

Top Headlines

Bonnie and Peter Raquet create High Impact Learning Fund to support engaged learning

CSU graduates have second-lowest student debt in Ohio

College Corner

Urban Studies professor explores the social forces that impact the poor

Dr. Ronnie Dunn's research focuses on racial and social justice, crime and the criminal justice system, policing, diversity and issues affecting minorities and the urban poor. Read more

Why does your toast always land jelly side down?

There's actually a scientific reason for it, and CSU physics professor Jearl Walker explains and shares how he makes sure his toast is always right side up in the latest episode in the Flying Circus Physics series. Read more

A Journey: From the Land to ESPN with Dwayne Bray

November 6

Ethnic and Orthodox Historic Churches

November 17

Alumni College About Town: What are they fighting for? The $15 minimum wage movement

November 17

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