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Sports

Track & Field: Nwanna mastering all trades

Junior Obinna Nwanna will be competing in the pentathlon at nationals over spring break. Being successful in the multifaceted event means constant improvement in everything from the shot put to the hurdles. (0) comments

Baseball: Spartans split No. 10 Wooster

Sophomore Zach Fry throws the first complete-game shutout by a Case pitcher in six years . (0) comments

Spartan Spotlight: Phil Keefe

Spartan Spotlight: Phil Keefe

Philip Keefe is a junior outfielder and co-captain of the baseball team. Keefe is a Newton, Mass. native who is studying finance. Greg Meyer: What inspired you to play baseball? Phil Keefe: When you live around Boston, the Red Sox are a way of life. GM: They are wicked good. (0) comments

Softball Preview: Young, small squad and interim head coach hope to come together

When the Case Western Reserve University softball team returns to the field this season they will bring with them not only several new faces, but also a new perspective on the game. (0) comments

MLB Preview: Angels will continue to dominate AL West

Unfortunately for the Rangers, Mariners, and Athletics, the Angels aren't in rebuilding mode, says Kabir Gulati. (0) comments

Women's basketball struggles in second half, falls to Emory

Women's basketball struggles in second half, falls to Emory

Despite a neck-and-neck first half, the Spartans end their season with a loss. (0) comments

Men's Basketball: Spartans get happy ending against Emory

Men's Basketball: Spartans get happy ending against Emory

Reid Anderson scores 28 and men's basketball closes their season with a win. (0) comments

In This Issue

News

  • E.O. Wilson delivers Distinguished Lecture
  • Have you heard about: Student Executive Council?
  • Research at Case: Indian philosophy
  • The Internet and your finances
  • University continues to look for input on SAGES
  • USG ? BRIEF
  • USG's Student Life Improvement Grant delayed, but still moving

Sports

  • Baseball: Spartans split No. 10 Wooster
  • Men's Basketball: Spartans get happy ending against Emory
  • MLB Preview: Angels will continue to dominate AL West
  • Softball Preview: Young, small squad and interim head coach hope to come together
  • Spartan Spotlight: Phil Keefe
  • Track & Field: Nwanna mastering all trades
  • Women's basketball struggles in second half, falls to Emory

Fun Page

  • Crossword Answers
  • Jumble Answers
  • Sudoku Answers

Opinion

  • Chimp mauling, octomom clog Congressional operations
  • Editorial: Grant selection process needs refinement
  • Good night's sleep brings health, success

Focus

  • Local artist opens tongue-in-cheek exhibit at AAWR
  • Memoir strays from current popular topics, brings refreshing take to genre
  • Sex and Dating: The benefits of casual sex
  • Spartans of Style: Picking the perfect suit
  • Spring break 2009: a slice of Case students' travel plans
  • The Buzz
  • The Secret Ingredient: Tart and tangy grapefruit
  • The Worst Case Scenario: Enjoying Cleveland in the spring
  • U2 expands Horizon with experimental album
  • Watchmen delivers on hype, lives up to comics
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