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“Well, tests ain’t fair. Those that study have an unfair advantage.” –Allan Dare Pearce, Paris in April

“It’s not that I’m that smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” –Albert Einstein

"I want you all to imagine what it was like for me to talk to an 11-year-old dark-skinned boy by the name of Michael, with a scar on his face, who knew to take his pain and suffering of his long eleven years of living - and use it to be a blessing in someone else's life. That broke me down.... It struck a fire in my gut. And that fire was called: never again." – Michael K. Williams Actor, Producer, “Raised in the System.”

Professor Mark Sundahl was appointed last week by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine to the NASA Advisory Council Regulatory and Policy Committee. The Committee will provide advice to the Administrator regarding the policy and regulatory changes that are needed to assist NASA in its mission to increase humankind's understanding and use of outer space. 

Cleveland attorney and business leader P. Kelly Tompkins has made a $750,000 gift to his alma mater, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University, to establish a substantive leadership education program for law students.

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich has developed a first-of-its-kind Cleveland-Marshall College of Law course based on the current season of the popular Serial podcast. This season of Serial spent a year in the Cleveland courts and is reporting the inner workings of the criminal justice system with a spotlight on these local cases.

Second straight bar exam in which College leads state

Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law had the highest passage rate for first-time takers of the July Ohio Bar Exam. The school’s passage rate was 93%, well above the state average of 79%.

This is the second consecutive Ohio Bar Exam in which C|M|LAW had the top passage rate, following its 82 percent pass rate for the February 2018 exam.

Criminal Law Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich has developed a new course based on the popular “Serial” podcast. which in its third season, is focused on the Cuyahoga County justice system. Prof. Witmer-Rich talks about the course “Understanding and Reforming the Criminal Justice Process" in this NPR interview.