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Alumni House Slideshow

This slideshow is related to an article from 2/27/2009. (0) comments

$10.4 billion for NIH in stimulus bill might mean significant grants for Case Western research

$10.4 billion for NIH in stimulus bill might mean significant grants for Case Western research

"Stimulus" is the word on the lips of just about everyone discussing what needs to be done to drag the country out of its current economic state. Despite any concerns about the scope of the stimulus package signed into law by Barack Obama last month, it does appear that health research at Case and other local institutions stands to benefit. (0) comments

Professors join panel to evaluate international criminal tribunals

The International Criminal Court is gearing up for two of the most anticipated cases ever tried, and two of Case's Cox Center for International Law professors are lending their expertise to the proceedings. Professors Henry King and Michael Scharf participated in a panel discussion this past Tuesday regarding the upcoming ICC tribunals of both Bosnian Serb Republic President Radovan Karadzic and Cambodia's Khmer Rouge party. (0) comments

Collegiate credit card concerns, considerations

A credit card is a powerful spending tool and should be considered as a temporary loan, but many college students do not how to use them properly. A study by Nellie Mae found that the average college student comes out of school with $2000 in credit card debt on top of their student loans, and this number tends to grow by 77 percent if you move on to graduate school. (0) comments

Have you heard about: Case VOX?

Case VOX wants to talk about sex. As part of the Planned Parenthood network, VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood operates on over 300 college campuses across the country, including here at Case Western. VOX, which comes from the Latin word for "voice," works to promote Planned Parenthood ideals across college campuses by educating students about several issues, including reproductive health, AIDS awareness, and women's rights, as well as making resources, such as free Planned Parenthood condoms, available at all VOX-sponsored events. (0) comments

FSM Center hosts Women's History Month events

March is Women's History Month, and the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women is conducting a week of free events on campus to celebrate. The events aim to promote women's diversity and achievements and to provide information about women's issues. This year's theme is "Global Health from a Woman's Perspective," with the emphasis on women's work in public health. (0) comments

USG � BRIEF

Every student forced to deal with the continuous breakdown of printers should heed the advice of USG IT vice president Nicole Hofert. At Tuesday night's Undergraduate Student Government General Assembly, Hofert urged students to "flood the ITS help lines" whenever printer breakdowns occur. (0) comments

In This Issue

News

  • Case Western students watch over El Salvador's presidential election
  • Have you heard about: Case Reserve Outing Club?
  • Print2Here printer replacements slowed by contract negotiations
  • Relay for Life not far off
  • Research at Case: Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change
  • Tax day approaches: April 15
  • USG ? BRIEF

Sports

  • Baseball: Late innings the decider in Kenyon doubleheader split
  • Hostoffer gets All-American
  • Softball: Wolz hits grand slam; Spartans sweep Kenyon
  • Tennis: Men win second straight
  • Track & Field: Jeroski and Breon impress in Atlanta
  • Women's Ultimate: Gobies win tournament, leap from No. 146 to No. 14

Fun Page

  • Crossword Answers
  • Jumble Answers
  • Sudoku Answers

Opinion

  • Editorial: Wall project valuable despite cost
  • Global environmental fund is inappropriate for economic climate
  • Students find motivation to serve in local, international efforts
  • Sudanese lives would be affected by military intervention

Focus

  • Bo Burnham brings hilariously offensive comedy to The Spot
  • Case students bring road trips to life with Autobahn
  • Film Society pulls in packed house despite complicated logistics
  • Spartans of Style: Examining the Europeans
  • Springfest brings more than just a big name band
  • The Secret Ingredient: Sweet and flaky coconut

Sex and Dating

  • The cheating chronicles

Spartan Spotlight

  • Adam Erickson

Worst Case Scenario

  • Inanity of the snooze button
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