The Case Western Reserve University Spartans football team just completed its third straight regular season undefeated, and everyone involved with the team should be congratulated for putting together one of the most best stretches in school history.
I would like to address Kathy Ward's letter, "SEC article presented incomplete argument," in last week's issue. While important in the dialogue about the upcoming SEC referendum, the letter's arguments deserve a response.
If you'll continue to be so kind as to publish me, I would like to make a regular thing of it to write in opposition to the Sex and Dating column, because in good conscience, I can't read such nonsense and remain quiet.
Typically utilized by recent high school graduates, the "gap year" has been adopted by recent college grads. This is in part due to a difficult economy, indecisiveness about our futures, or just because we feel the need to embrace the freedom of our youth before we start families and have real jobs.
I knew a student who had been injured during his service in the military. He walked with a limp and smoked cigarettes almost religiously.
Case Western Reserve University, along with many other colleges, has created designated smoking areas (DSAs) around campus. The goal is to isolate non-smokers from second hand smoke, for various reasons. Such action is becoming more common around college campuses, especially at public colleges.