Sunday, October 1
Bases are Loaded: Cleveland Indians Game
3:10 PM, Progressive Field. Paid Registration Required
It's CSU Homecoming Week! Time to gather with family, friends and fellow alums for a day at the ballpark!
Cheer our American League Champion Cleveland Indians as they take on the Chicago White Sox! Our reserved seats are in the lower deck.
Will the Boys of Summer repeat as champs and head to the World Series again? Fingers crossed this October game is the start of an extended season.
More Details and to Register: http://www.csualumni.com/indians
Tuesday, October 3
Art Hop along the Atrium
5 PM - 7 PM, Law School Atrium
One of CSU’s hidden gems is the art collection displayed in the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. The collection includes artwork by several prominent artists including: Viktor Schreckengost, Masumi Hayaski, Phyllis Seltzer, Judy Rawson, and more. Prof. Patricia Falk, Chair of the Art Committee will lead the tour. Wine and cheese will follow. All C|M|LAW grads are encouraged to attend.
Thursday, October 5
6 PM check-in at Krenzler Field; 6:30 PM Parade Begins
It may not be as flowery as the Rose Bowl, but our People-Powered Parade is just as much fun! Create your own sign or costume and be part of the parade. Feel free to bring friends and family and march with students or fellow alumni. All alumni are invited to march, or enjoy from the sidelines along the parade route. To march, check-in at 6 p.m. at Krenzler Field. Parade kicks off at 6:30 p.m. and ends at VikeFest on the front lawn of Mather Mansion. Sign up in advance to participate and receive a free T-shirt.
7 PM - 9 PM, Mather Mansion. Open to all
Once the parade ends, the party begins. Fair booths, food trucks, music, prizes, and games…what more could you ask for? Celebrate your Viking pride and classmates, family and friends immediately following the parade on the lawn of Mather Mansion. Plenty of food, children's activities, and an alumni beer garden to keep you engaged.
Friday, October 6
27th Annual Distinguished Alumni Awards
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM, Wolstein Center. Paid Registration Required
Join us as we salute Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s 2017 honoree, Steven Potash ’78.
Steve Potash is the founder and chief executive officer of OverDrive, Inc., the leading digital reading platform for eBooks, audiobooks and other digital media for libraries, schools, government agencies, corporate learning centers, colleges and universities worldwide.
A pioneer in the digital content industry, he was among the first to develop useful applications for digital books in the 1980s. He began his career offering innovative floppy diskette, CD-ROM and print-to-digital conversion services, and introduced early versions of digital books to the law, accounting and healthcare industries. In 2000, he launched OverDrive’s flagship global content distribution hub, OverDrive Marketplace; leading publishing houses rely on OverDrive to sell to a global network of 36,000 libraries and schools in 63 countries.
Mr. Potash earned his JD from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1978. He generously supports C|M|LAW, has served on its Visiting Committee and National Advisory Committee, and currently serves of the merged Board of Visitors. He lives in the Chagrin Falls area with his alumna wife Loree, JD ’79.
Visit csualumni.com/events-travel/events/distinguished-alumni-awards for more information.