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Zombies take over Lakewood for bi-annual Cleveland Charity Zombie Walk

Zombies take over Lakewood for bi-annual Cleveland Charity Zombie Walk

The west side of Cleveland was overrun by a horde of zombies Saturday afternoon as Lakewood's 5 O'Clock Lounge hosted the fourth Cleveland Charity Zombie Walk, an event where hundreds of people of all ages are transformed into the undead and march around the neighborhood in the interest of feeding the hungry. (0) comments

Rising alternative hip-hop artist Kid Cudi to headline UPB Fall Concert

Rising alternative hip-hop artist Kid Cudi to headline UPB Fall Concert

Last Wednesday, despite stellar performances from Spot Night bands The Neon Tongues and The Antlers, one question unified that night's concertgoers, one whose answer's eventual declaration would provide further incentive for the crowd to stay through the whole show: who will headline this year's fall concert? (0) comments

Jolly Scholar hosts weekly live music for CWRU musicians

On Friday nights at the Jolly Scholar, ambience is the key. (0) comments

Finding ways around being broke

Case by case

You know it's terrible when you're saving up dirty laundry until you wear that last pair of underwear left in your drawers. and it's not because of sheer laziness. (0) comments

Phish herald triumphant return with Joy-ful new album

Phish herald triumphant return with Joy-ful new album

When jam band legends Phish announced their indeterminate hiatus in 2004, many wondered if the band renown for their tremendous camaraderie, would stay apart for long. Sure enough, fans' doubts were confirmed, and after merely five years, Phish have returned with their 12th studio album, Joy. (0) comments

The latest independent release roundup

The latest independent release roundup

Any hype-driven band is subsequently met with its fair share of skeptics, and more often than not, the skeptics win and the hype flutters from group to group. (0) comments

Shoes: strut your way to comfortable, fashion-forward style

Shoes: strut your way to comfortable, fashion-forward style

It's 8 a.m. and you've hit snooze on your alarm at least twice before rolling over and realizing you have thirty minutes to get ready and get to class on time. (1) comment

Hitting the Spot: The Jackie Warren Trio

Hitting the Spot: The Jackie Warren Trio

Looking for a little spice to heat up these cool autumn nights? (0) comments

Case Swing Club dances the night away with jazz quartet

Students and members of the Cleveland community got their swing on in Carlton Commons on Sept. 18. (0) comments

Overheard at Case

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The Buzz

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Handling the aftermath

People say they don't kiss and tell, but let's face it, no one's perfect. (0) comments

The Worst Case Scenario

Not all CWRU music is worth hearing

CWRU is fortunate to have a great number of talented musicians to grace the campus community. (0) comments

In This Issue

News

  • Can you name this place?
  • Case EMS 'saves the day' at mass casualty drill
  • Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum to auction $1 million in cars
  • CWRU celebrates Constitution Day
  • Have you heard about women in liberal arts?
  • Reality star's "One-for-One" business model inspires mtvU to seek out "Movers & Shakers"
  • Sigma Nu fire ruled unintentional, sparks housing inspections
  • Speaker continues debate about legal drinking age
  • The new Kindle on campus: CWRU and Amazon partner to test the Kindle DX

Sports

  • Close wins on crooked river
  • Hard work paying off as conference play nears
  • Spartan Spotlight: Mike Vaughn
  • What if Browns were subject to a blackout?

Fun Page

  • Crossword Solution
  • Sudoku Solution

Opinion

  • Editorial: Doc Oc memorial needs identification, context
  • Genocide rape should be treated as weapon of mass destruction
  • Large debates over drinking age missing the point
  • Legalizing drugs: a practical solution
  • Lifestyle changes for a green campus
  • Observer fails to acknowledge event programmers
  • State your case: What do you do with your favorite textbook?

Focus

  • Case Swing Club dances the night away with jazz quartet
  • Finding ways around being broke
  • Hitting the Spot: The Jackie Warren Trio
  • Jolly Scholar hosts weekly live music for CWRU musicians
  • Overheard at Case
  • Phish herald triumphant return with Joy-ful new album
  • Rising alternative hip-hop artist Kid Cudi to headline UPB Fall Concert
  • Shoes: strut your way to comfortable, fashion-forward style
  • The Buzz
  • The latest independent release roundup
  • Zombies take over Lakewood for bi-annual Cleveland Charity Zombie Walk

Cross Country

  • Simpson gets win at Calvin

Football

  • Spartans jump out to 41-0 lead against Yeomen, improve to 3-0

Sex and Dating

  • Handling the aftermath

Soccer

  • Spartans come out fast, but Lions escape with win
  • Team jelling after slow start

Worst Case Scenario

  • The Worst Case Scenario
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