Cleveland State to Move Classes During GOP Convention

July 12, 2016

Cleveland State University will not hold classes on campus during next week's Republican National Convention, reports Cleveland.com. The university made the decision because of expected traffic and parking conditions around its downtown campus. About 1,700 students will be affected. University officials told professors to deliver class content online, at alternate sites or through take-home projects, the news site reported.

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