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Extreme makeover, CWRU edition: Leutner remodeling project slated to begin construction during fall break

Extreme makeover, CWRU edition: Leutner remodeling project slated to begin construction during fall break

Leutner's getting a makeover. Actually, with the dramatic renovations planned for the building, it's more like transformative cosmetic surgery.

SPEAK: How to Talk to Classmates and Others wins national awards

SPEAK: How to Talk to Classmates and Others wins national awards

Towards the end of the fall semester of 2008, SAGES professor William Doll and Melissa DiGoia of Epstein Design Partners, Inc. released a brief book on public speaking called SPEAK: How to Talk to Classmates and Others, with the hopes that it would help SAGES students give better presentations in their classes.

USG Briefs

The Undergraduate Student Government general assembly took steps last Tuesday night to try and stymie the flood of resignations among its representatives. Speaker Bruce Douglas introduced general assembly bill b.19-04, "A bill to amend the precedent in filling general assembly vacancies.

Can you name this place?

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Can you name this place?

Have you heard about Habitat for Humanity

Have you heard about Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity, one of Case Western Reserve University's most visible service groups on campus, has been active in community service since its creation on campus. Habitat for Humanity is an international, non-profit group dedicated to providing housing to the underprivileged, and has operations in multiple countries.

Nine easy ways to save money in college

Nine easy ways to save money in college

So you've tried applying for scholarships, grant money, and student loans, but you're still having trouble paying for college? Or maybe college is paid for, but you want a little extra spending money? Here are a few tips on how to save money while in college.

A conversation with Chris Butler

A conversation with Chris Butler

For 21 years Chris Butler has taught mathematics at Case Western Reserve University, most notably the MATH 121 and 122 courses for students of science and engineering. The university is also his alma mater. He is married to lecturing psychology professor Jennifer Butler.

In This Issue

News

  • A conversation with Chris Butler
  • Can you name this place?
  • Extreme makeover, CWRU edition: Leutner remodeling project slated to begin construction during fall break
  • Have you heard about Habitat for Humanity
  • Nine easy ways to save money in college
  • SPEAK: How to Talk to Classmates and Others wins national awards
  • USG Briefs

Sports

  • A cappella group to sing anthem at Cavs game
  • Football Gameday: No. 12 Case vs. Ohio Wesleyan
  • Men's soccer ties NYU
  • New coaches and bigger roster, but same result against Carnegie Mellon: a victory
  • Spartan Spotlight: Ashley Gan
  • The Browns' future is bright...at least compared to the Rams'
  • Volleyball moves to 17-3 with Wooster win

Fun Page

  • Combo Scramble Solution
  • Crossword Solution
  • Maze Solution
  • Sudoku Solutions

Opinion

  • Drastic healthcare reform vital for broken system
  • Editorial: Focus groups need to involve more students
  • Getting lost in translation
  • Habitat's Let's Shack Up event needs an overhaul
  • Media frequently in need of second-guessing
  • More to Moore's Capitalism than stated?
  • State your case: What are you doing for fall break?
  • The back-up plan
  • UHS will not provide class excuses per se

Focus

  • Case Western symphonic ensembles play Shostakovich, Holst classics at engaging, virtuosic Cleveland Institute of Music concert
  • Cooking in bulk: learning to befriend your freezer
  • Fashion for the fellas, getting the men up to style
  • Flaming Lips create darkest record of their career
  • Hitting the Spot: Southeast Engine and The Very Best
  • Kansas-based Old Canes move out from the basement and over to the Beachland Ballroom
  • Kappa Alpha Theta's KATWalk event stylishly raises funds for CASA
  • Overheard at Case
  • The Buzz

Football

  • Big plays spoil Scot's party

Sex and Dating

  • The art of lying

Soccer

  • Spartans win second-straight UAA match

Worst Case Scenario

  • Results of last year's predictions
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