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Homecoming at a glance

Homecoming at a glance

The Case Western Reserve University student body showed off their Spartan spirit throughout Homecoming week, with impressive showings for all events. Last Thursday, the seniors defeated the juniors by one point at the highest scoring powder puff football game in recent memory.

CWRU nominated for PETA's most vegetarian-friendly college contest

Case Western Reserve University is one of 32 universities that have recently been nominated for PETA's most vegetarian-friendly college contest.

A conversation with Brad Hughes

A conversation with Brad Hughes

Bradley Hughes, a senior electrical engineering major, meshes his love of mechanics with his love for the arts. In his latest creative endeavor, Hughes has taken on the role of director for the Case Footlighters production of "West Side Story", which opened Thursday, Oct. 29.

CWRU alumni and students' new website CorkShare ready to run on Nov. 2

CWRU alumni and students' new website CorkShare ready to run on Nov. 2

Case Western Reserve University prides itself on encouraging students to develop innovative ideas and apply creativity to their coursework.

Swine flu 2009: Vaccine update

More than 25 cases of H1N1 or "swine" flu have been confirmed on the Case Western Reserve University campus in the month of October, but that number is expected to rise.

Click it or Kick it event explores the potential price of pornography use

Click it or Kick it event explores the potential price of pornography use

Thanks to speedy internet connections and the simplicity of peer-to-peer file sharing at Case Western Reserve University, easy access to pornography at Case has grown to become a joke on campus, and is frequently not given a second thought. However, the staff at the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women hopes to spark an academic debate on the impact of frequent use of pornographic materials.

CWRU, CIM, and CIA students rock out thanks to John Lennon bus tour

The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus, a unique mobile recording studio that seeks to bring music education to students all over the country, made its only stop in Ohio last Thursday when it parked outside the Silver Spartan Diner.

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USG Briefs

At last Tuesday night's Undergraduate Student Government General Assembly, much conversation centered on the morale and overall feeling of the representatives.

In This Issue

News

  • A conversation with Brad Hughes
  • Can you name this place?
  • Click it or Kick it event explores the potential price of pornography use
  • CWRU alumni and students' new website CorkShare ready to run on Nov. 2
  • CWRU nominated for PETA's most vegetarian-friendly college contest
  • CWRU, CIM, and CIA students rock out thanks to John Lennon bus tour
  • Homecoming at a glance
  • Swine flu 2009: Vaccine update
  • USG Briefs

Sports

  • A winning strategy
  • Class of 2010 wins second straight
  • Football Gameday: Case vs. University of Chicago
  • For one hockey player, lots of adjustments
  • Homecoming theme for Spartans: lots of scoring
  • Spartan Spotlight: Mike Pelyak
  • Top teams come to CWRU for UAAs

Fun Page

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

Opinion

  • A potential roadblock to heaven
  • Editorial: Alumni weekend and Homecoming continue to improve, but school spirit skill lacking
  • Global warming talk cools down
  • Health care reform should not be brushed aside
  • It's time for the percolator
  • Leutner focus groups represented student opinion
  • State your case: What are you going to be for Halloween?

Focus

  • Eight student dance groups prep for Case's Best Dance CWRU competition
  • Footlighters bring West Side to south side with challenging production
  • Frankenstein is let loose in Cleveland's Playhouse Square, but the only thing to fear is mediocrity
  • Hitting the Spot: Hot Cha Cha
  • Making the most of your weekends
  • Scientist provides insight for those entering fields of research
  • The Buzz
  • The ultimate accessible luxury: handbags

Cross Country

  • 2009 UAA championship preview capsules

Sex and Dating

  • The morning after

Soccer

  • Spartans one win away from winning season

Worst Case Scenario

  • Trick or treat
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