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Can you name this place?

Can you name this place?

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The new Kindle on campus: CWRU and Amazon partner to test the Kindle DX

The new Kindle on campus: CWRU and Amazon partner to test the Kindle DX

A brand new back-to-school accessory has made its way onto the Case Western Reserve University campus this year: the Kindle DX. (0) comments

CWRU celebrates Constitution Day

Last Thursday, the Case Western Reserve University School of Law Center for Policy Studies observed Constitution Day, a federally mandated holiday, by hosting "The Death Penalty and the Constitution,", a panel discussion featuring three CWRU professors and five undergraduates. (0) comments

Sigma Nu fire ruled unintentional, sparks housing inspections

Since January 2000, 134 people have died in fires on college campuses across the nation. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the fire that damaged the Sigma Nu fraternity house. Yet, the incident brought to the forefront the issue of fire safety on the CWRU campus. (0) comments

Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum to auction $1 million in cars

Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum to auction $1 million in cars

The Western Reserve Historical Society is auctioning off almost $1 million in cars that it has deemed unnecessary to the collection's future. (1) comment

Have you heard about women in liberal arts?

As of last Tuesday, Sept. 15, female liberal arts majors have a new resource on campus. (0) comments

Speaker continues debate about legal drinking age

Case Western Reserve University has never shied away from controversy. (0) comments

Case EMS 'saves the day' at mass casualty drill

Case EMS 'saves the day' at mass casualty drill

The scene at Carlton Commons last Saturday was dire: injured students, overturned furniture, ambulances, and blood- sort of. (0) comments

Reality star's "One-for-One" business model inspires mtvU to seek out "Movers & Shakers"

Reality star's

Blake Mycoskie is trying to save the world with his shoes. (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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