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Spring 2010 • Week 2
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Thursday, Jan. 21 University Convocation Waetjen Auditorium Noon Join President Berkman at the Convocation Ceremony followed by a reception, photo exhibition and musical tribute that celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Friday, Jan. 22 Comedian Howard Moore Main Classroom Auditorium 6pm You won’t be chilly when you laugh yourself silly at this comedy show. The first 100 people get a FREE giveaway. We’re not joking about that. Sunday, Jan. 24 Men’s Basketball vs. Milwaukee Wolstein Center 2pm Women vs. Youngstown State 4:30pm Warm up inside the Wolstein Center and cheer the Viking men and women on to two victories at this special doubleheader of hoops action. As always – admission for all students is absolutely, completely and 100% FREE!
engage. An occasional look inside life @ CSU
CSU Grad Assistant Remember the moment you stepped into your first college class? You may have been Now imagine your surprise if, when entering that classroom for the first time, you found a 22 year-old graduate student as your teacher. Unlike a lot of other universities,
Monday, Jan. 25 Faculty Friends Reception Main Classroom room 103 2pm Billed as “fun, fondue, faculty and friends,” we see it as a chance to form that special warm and fuzzy bond with one of your favorite professors. Besides, getting to know them may just earn you a few extra brownie points on that next test. Wednesday, Jan. 27 Student Organization Fair Main Classroom Atrium 10am – 3pm Don’t waste time! Get involved! Do it now! You’re crazy if you don’t! Act now! Go today! Okay don’t go today but do head over to the MC on the 27th to learn about CSU’s more than 160 student organizations. . Cavaliers vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Quicken Loans Arena 7pm Check out the Guys Nite Out at the Cavs game. It includes a ticket to the game, an all-you-can-eat pre-game buffet with Cavalier Legends, a Cavaliers t-shirt and a 20 minute Q&A with one of the Cavaliers “beat writers.”
Thursday, Jan. 28 City is Our Campus Marketplace Main Classroom Atrium 10am – 2pm Have you heard the City is Our Campus? Do you know what that means? See how you can use your Viking Card to get CHEAP and sometimes FREE access to a variety of fun venues and events in and around Cleveland. Wednesday, Feb. 10 Lake Erie Monsters vs. Milwaukee Quicken Loans Arena 7pm It’s hockey night in Cleveland and it’s the Monsters College ID Night! What does that mean? We don’t know but we’re guessing it involves discounted tickets and/or some free stuff?!?
Spring 2010 • Week 2
True Life - I’m a excited, even a bit nervous.
An occasional look inside life @ CSU
STRIKE A POSE!
talking about being a CSU student. A resident of Parma, Kathy works as a grad assistant three days a week and her duties consist of everything from event planning and logistics to working at the front desk to answer calls and questions from prospective students to any other duty that may need to get accomplished on any given day. When she’s not at work and not in class, she is usually hanging out with her fiancé and friends, working out at CSU’s Rec Center,
CSU doesn’t ask its graduate assistants
babysitting her nephews, catching a quick flick
to teach. Rather grad assistants on
or hitting the malls to fulfill her self-proclaimed
campus work side-by-side with faculty
and staff to fill vital roles in the opera-
Kathy was recently chosen over 5 other
tions of the university and the colleges
candidates from universities across the country
within. In return, CSU pays for some of
to work in the accounting division at Cleve-
their tuition and rewards them with a
land’s own KeyBank – one of the largest banks
in the country. The job offer came as a result
Kathy Ungvarsky loves every minute
of posting her resume on the CSU’s Career
of her grad assistantship in CSU’s
Services website, an on-campus interview and
Office of Admissions. Although she’s
several more interviews. She’ll start her sweet
chasing her Master’s Degree in Business Administration (with a concentration in
new gig in June after graduation. Her days in class and working on campus
Accounting), she enjoys learning about how a
will soon be over but the fun she’s had and the
university recruits and markets itself to potential
memories she’s gained as a CSU undergrad
students. Plus - she likes working in Admissions
honors student and grad student, and the life
because it’s fun, she enjoys the staff and other
and work skills she’s acquiring as a GA, will
students that she works with and REALLY likes
surely last a long, long time.
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Fun Kathy Facts
1 Kathy just got engaged last fall 2 She does NOT own an MP3 player. WOW! 3 Her wheels? A 2007 Mazda 3 4 Her last meal would include a Bud Light 5 Taylor Swift lives in Kathy’s CD player 6 She hearts the Cheesecake Factory… but doesn’t eat cheesecake
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Stephanie Juhasz Senior Communication Major Lorain, OH
I’d like to work in health communication. I like the hospital environment and the feeling that I can make a difference in people’s lives.
CSU mascot Undecided Major Cleveland, OH I like what I’m doing now and can’t really see myself doing anything else. People always ask whether I aspire to go pro - perhaps to work for the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL. Not a chance.