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    Cleveland, Case community celebrate Village at 115's LEED certifications

    On April 13, CWRU celebrated its LEED silver certification of the Village at 115 and its LEED gold certification of House 5 at a celebration event held behind House 4. For the event, Bon Appétit catered a free luncheon dedicated to highlighting their Farm to Fork Initiative, serving regionally grown food on easily recyclable plates and utensils. (0) comments

    "Doc Oc" memorial statue to be dedicated

    At the beginning of each school year, Ignacio Ocasio would scan pictures of the students signed up for his introductory chemistry classes into his computer. Ocasio, or Doc Oc, as he was known to his students, studied these pictures. When classes started, he knew the names of all of his students. (0) comments

    Meet the Provost: providing answers to tough questions

    Ever felt slightly embarrassed because you don't know what a provost does? Not to worry: according to provost Bud Baeslack at last Thursday's Meet the Provost Hour at the Rough Rider Room, many prospective students he was calling did not know either. "Eventually I just stopped introducing myself as provost Baeslack," he joked. (0) comments

    Have you heard about: Ballroom Dance Society?

    Ever doubt your skills on the dance floor? Never worry about your dance skills again- let Case Ballroom Dance Society teach you the hottest ballroom dance moves, from the tango to the rumba. Karen Ko, a junior communication sciences major and current vice-president of Ballroom Dance Society, explained that all skill levels are welcomed at Ballroom Dance Society. (0) comments

    Despite recession, Case optimistic about incoming freshmen enrollment

    Amid a recession that has introduced new uncertainties into the already uncertain world of college admissions, university administrators are cautiously optimistic about this year's incoming freshman class who, despite the economic downturn, have not shied away from Case Western-or its $48,000-a-year price tag. (0) comments

    How to choose the right health insurance policy after graduation

    Earlier we explored all the different types of insurance. One of the most important insurance policies you carry is your health insurance, and there are a lot of options under this umbrella. If you are currently covered under your parents' health insurance, remember that this coverage does expire the earlier of you turning 23 or graduating college, so take advantage of it while you can. (0) comments

    USG � BRIEF

    Tuesday's Case Western Undergraduate Student Government meeting began with president Myles Nickolich congratulating the winners of the recent elections. Nickolich said, "We saw a record number of votes this year and a number of extremely close races. I was impressed, to say the least, with all of your campaigns and can't wait to hear about the great things that all of you will be doing next year. (0) comments

    "Zombies" continue attacks

    We have all seen students around campus with green bands on their arm or head carrying Nerf guns. But the question on all our minds is, what is going on? The game is called Humans vs. Zombies, sponsored by the Big Games Club, and was brought to campus by freshmen Brady Zbikowski and Mike Saylor last semester. (0) comments

    In This Issue

    News

    • "Doc Oc" memorial statue to be dedicated
    • "Zombies" continue attacks
    • Cleveland, Case community celebrate Village at 115's LEED certifications
    • Despite recession, Case optimistic about incoming freshmen enrollment
    • Have you heard about: Ballroom Dance Society?
    • How to choose the right health insurance policy after graduation
    • Meet the Provost: providing answers to tough questions
    • USG ? BRIEF

    Sports

    • Athlete association active off the field
    • Baseball: Walks cost Spartans in twinbill sweep
    • Softball: Andrasik's glove, bat key to win over Hiram
    • Spartan Spotlight: Angel Rice
    • Track & Field: Last stop before UAAs: Lynchburg

    Fun Page

    • Crossword Answers
    • Jumble Answers
    • Sudoku Solutions

    Opinion

    • Editorial: Study abroad policies need flexibility
    • Eight stages of genocide offer chances for prevention
    • Living abroad forces students to gain real world experience
    • Misogynistic comments should not be tolerated
    • Students find motivation to serve in local, international efforts
    • Surprising talents abound at Case

    Focus

    • Bat for Lashes impresses with soundscapes on Two Suns
    • Humorous Observe and Report has potential for cult film status
    • The Buzz
    • Winning story from CRAP Board's short story contest
    • Yeshiva University professor discusses transgenderism

    Sex and Dating

    • Letting it go

    Worst Case Scenario

    • Paper writing 101
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