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Bamboo transforms eco-chic

Bamboo transforms eco-chic

Bamboo U, a new eco-friendly organization, has designed a new line of t-shirts marketed towards college-age girls made from bamboo fibers, offering a new way to go green. (0) comments

Author offers homage to Holden Caulfield with Lowboy

Paying homage to the great J.D. Salinger of Catcher in the Rye fame, John Wray creates a similar tale, albeit more nuanced and neurotic, with his new novel, Lowboy. (0) comments

Despite busy schedules, students find time for favorite shows

Despite busy schedules, students find time for favorite shows

Though Case students do lead incredibly busy lives, many still turn to the boob tube during their rare moments of downtime. Here's what students are watching. (0) comments

The Decemberists make rock opera cool with Hazards

The Decemberists make rock opera cool with Hazards

Indie stalwarts The Decemberists have taken quite a risk with their latest album, The Hazards of Love, bringing back the slightly-forgotten rock opera genre. Needless to say, their risks definitely paid off. (0) comments

The Worst Case Scenario: The new wave of social networking

Social networking sites are gradually beginning their takeover of society. Why not just give in? Here are a few ideas for even more sites that capitalize on the trend. (0) comments

Just in Case: Finding a date for formal

Finding a date to formals is never easy if you're not in a relationship. Here are a few tips to use when finding that special someone to take along. (1) comment

Sex and Dating: How much is too much?

Compromise is a key part to any relationship, be it romantic or not, but where do you draw the line between how much you can take and what sends you over the edge? (0) comments

The Secret Ingredient: Irish delicacies

St. Patrick's Day may be over, but that doesn't mean that Irish culture can't still be celebrated. Cook an Irish feast this weekend with these recipes. (0) comments

The Buzz

Friday, March 20 Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, first published in 1866 and currently regarded as one of the greatest novels of all time, tells the story of a man coming to grips with his own plot to murder a hated pawnbroker. The Cleveland Playhouse, the area's premier theater company, is staging a thrilling, rapid-fire 90-minute adaptation of the book, adapted by Marilyn Campbell and Curt Columbus and directed by Anders Cato. (1) comment

In This Issue

News

  • Alum shares experience as legal clerk for Supreme Court Justice
  • Forgotten legends: the blockade of Euclid Avenue
  • Hudson Relays
  • Planning ahead with life insurance
  • Second annual Relay For Life raises over $88,000
  • Showing off: Research ShowCASE provides opportunity to present latest research
  • Source of success: fifth annual SOURCE Symposium celebrates students' research

The Buzz

  • The Buzz

USG Briefs

  • USG Brief

Worst Case Scenario

  • Worst Case Scenario: 2009-10 preview

Sports

  • Baseball: Spartans lose to Wooster at Progressive Field
  • Seven-to-five job
  • Softball: Spartan bats silent against Bluffton
  • Spartan Spotlight: Allen Ye
  • Top 10 Spartan sports stories of 2008 - 2009
  • What to watch for this summer

Fun Page

  • Crossword Answers
  • Jumble Answers
  • Sudoku Solutions

Opinion

  • Case Culture: Summer break shouldn't break your back
  • Editorial: Semester grades
  • Global Scorning: Earth Day: Don't assume it's only about "flower power"
  • Red, White, and Skewed: So many crises, so little time

Focus

  • Alternative Press editor offers disappointing analysis of scene culture
  • Case alumnus Girl Talk returns for end-of-year blowout
  • Cleveland Museum of Art hosts unique exhibition of powerful African artwork
  • Juggling Club's end of year spectacular wows audience with skill
  • Sex and Dating: Remembering those who matter
  • Spartans of Style: What not to wear
  • Stand-up comedy show tonight
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