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10 financial tips to remember

I compiled this list over the summer with a teacher of mine, Karen Braun, who has also been a strong proponent of increasing financial awareness. 1) Understand cosigning: Never cosign a credit card application for a friend. You will be equally responsible for any debt they incur. (0) comments

Ted Gup accepts position at Emerson College

Ted Gup accepts position at Emerson College

Well-known Case Western Reserve University journalism professor Ted Gup has announced that he will be stepping down from his position at the end of the academic year. Next fall, Gup will take over as the chair of the journalism department at Emerson College, leaving Case after 10 years of teaching. (0) comments

Engineers Without Borders gives campus opportunity to help

This Sunday, Oct. 12, Engineers Without Borders is sponsoring a charity event called "Bucket Brigade" at the Village at 115 from 2 to 4 p.m. Bucket Brigade is a relay race where four-person teams will need to carry 20 gallons of water around the track in five-gallon buckets. (0) comments


The Undergraduate Student Government General Assembly met this past Tuesday, and the meeting opened on a joyful note about this year's Homecoming festivities. USG fully embraced the Spartan Paradise theme, decorating their office and even placing president Myles Nickolich in full hula garb on the float. (0) comments

Have you heard about: SAGES Peer Writing Crew?

The SAGES Peer Writing Crew's goal is to be one of the most valuable writing resources on campus. While many assume the group only offers help to students with SAGES papers, the Crew actually assists with any writing assignment. In addition, its resources are readily accessible online, where one can e-mail a paper to be edited, schedule a face-to-face interview, or instant message a member for immediate help. (0) comments

Homecoming 2008

Homecoming 2008

The Homecoming football game was over before the king and queen were crowned at halftime. The Spartans jumped out to a 31-0 first-half lead over Denison and never looked back, improving their record to 4-0. (0) comments

Print2Here service jammed, please open left door and clear jam

Print2Here, the printing serviced operated by IT Operations Group in conjunction with Educational Services for Students and Housing, Residence Life, and Greek Life, currently provides free printing across campus. Recently plagued by frequent machine maintenance on Northside and CaseCash problems campus-wide, the service has made changes throughout the semester. (0) comments

After year of planning, Greenie improvements implemented

After year of planning, Greenie improvements implemented

Except for some confusion about route changes last month, Greenie improvements agreed upon by USG, Standard Parking, and the university in May have been implemented smoothly. Alterations to the evening shuttle north, evening shuttle south, and commuter shuttle routes were enacted just before classes began in August. (0) comments

In This Issue


  • Demolition or renovation of Morley building may cost university
  • Have you heard about: Case Dagorhir?
  • Nancy Pelosi visits campus to learn about Great Lakes Institute for Energy Innovation
  • RAD course offers students basic self-defense training
  • Relay for Life hosts kickoff event
  • RTA's Euclid Corridor Project nears completion
  • Student loans: federal vs. private


  • Cross Country: Men join women on top at All-Ohios
  • LBJ would be great TE
  • Men's Soccer: Spartans don't give or get goal in Brandeis tie
  • Solid 28-7 win keeps Spartans undefeated
  • Spartan Notebook
  • Spartan Spotlight: Jeff Brown
  • Volleyball drops two in weekend tri-match
  • Women's Soccer: Nothing appealing about loss to Judges

Fun Page

  • Crossword Answers
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  • Jumble Answers
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  • Sudoku #1 Answers
  • Sudoku Answers #2


  • Country visit results in different view of British
  • Editorial: Sculpture collection needs better presentation
  • Either candidate has chance to win in November election
  • Plug-in hybrids not safest choice for drivers


  • After years under the radar, Brett Dennen releases new album to rave reviews
  • GLTF shines with other half of fall repertory
  • Just in Case: Worried about partying pals
  • Oliver Stone's W. falls short of expectations
  • Sex and Dating: Avoiding awkward hookups
  • The Buzz
  • The Secret Ingredient: The many flavors of pumpkin
  • Worst Case Scenario: Stifling the big-word urge
  • Zombie Survival Guide author charismatically entertains Case Western Reserve students
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