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Spectrum's sixth annual Drag Ball takes place Saturday

Spectrum's sixth annual Drag Ball takes place Saturday

This Saturday, Spectrum will host its sixth annual Drag Ball at Carlton Commons.

USG creates transparency committee to improve communication

USG creates transparency committee to improve communication

Breakdowns in notifications and miscommunications between administration and the student body are nothing new.

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The college student's guide to credit cards - Part 3

The college student's guide to credit cards - Part 3

Throughout the past two articles, I've discussed credit cards in detail, giving you information about the pros and cons of credit cards, and how to evaluate credit card offers. For that information, visit The Observer online at cwruobserver.com. This week I'll be explaining how to manage your credit cards responsibly once you own one, and will discuss a few alternatives to credit cards.

Eyewitness: Editor-in-chief for a day

Eyewitness: Editor-in-chief for a day

There's been a certain back-and-forth of coverage and response regarding the recent decision by Case's Student Executive Council (SEC) to author a new referendum that will be held in the indeterminate future. The referendum aims to determine whether Media Board organizations should retain the salaries they currently receive via the Student Activities Fee (SAF).

Have you heard about Grupo de Capoeira?

In a room resonating with Brazilian music, a focused group of five students positioned in a circle follow the lead of William Pruitt, capoeira instructor.

CWRU's Eco-Party

CWRU's Eco-Party

Last Saturday evening, students turned off their electronics and bedroom lights and headed down to Adelbert Gym to celebrate sustainable green living.

Class inspires students to start CSEC

Juniors Katey McCabe and Ali Briggs started the Case Social Entrepreneurship Club (CSEC) in hopes of what they refer to as "doing well by doing good."

USG Brief

November 17 GA meeting

At this Tuesday's USG general assembly meeting, vice president of finance Max Weber announced that the appeals process for mass funding was ongoing throughout the week, and also that the results from Pizzalympics were in. Vice president of academic affairs Shengbo Wang reported on the faculty senate meeting, saying that a $50,000 budget will be allocated for advising in addition to a budget of $50,000 that will be allocated toward international students.

In This Issue

News

  • Can you name this place?
  • Class inspires students to start CSEC
  • CWRU's Eco-Party
  • Eyewitness: Editor-in-chief for a day
  • Have you heard about Grupo de Capoeira?
  • Spectrum's sixth annual Drag Ball takes place Saturday
  • The college student's guide to credit cards - Part 3
  • USG creates transparency committee to improve communication
  • USG Brief

Sports

  • Colts and Saints are NFL's teams to beat
  • Five thoughts on the '09 season
  • Football's success is built on this senior class
  • Men win Veale Classic
  • Spartan Spotlight: Erin Hollinger
  • Spartans cap perfect 10-0 regular season
  • Spartans get first-ever win against B-W
  • Women's basketball drops lidlifter

Fun Page

  • Combo Scramble Solution
  • Crossword Solution
  • Sudoku Solutions

Opinion

  • Discriminating against smokers again
  • Editorial: CWRU athletics' accomplishments praiseworthy
  • It takes two to have unsafe sex
  • Nothing much humane about humanity
  • SEC referendum deserves impartial consideration
  • The gap year: volunteering
  • Where is your favorite campus spot to chill, nap or relax?

Focus

  • American Music Masters Series wraps up week with Janis Joplin tribute
  • CIM graduate returns to Cleveland with jazz, cabaret aspirations
  • Delta Gamma swims for sight
  • Green is the new black: eco-friendly fashion
  • Hitting the spot: Atlas Sound
  • Holiday season with a cranberry craze
  • Latest installment in popular Call of Duty series improves on already high quality franchise
  • Sigma Psi hosts Mr. CWRU competition to benefit local communities
  • Starving Student: simple grub
  • The Buzz

Cross Country

  • Women finish third in region, qualify for nationals

Football

  • Bracket Breakdown
  • Football Gameday: Case vs. Trine

Sex and Dating

  • Passive pregnancy prevention plan

Soccer

  • Crooks UAA's Coach of the Year
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