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          Opinion

          Editorial: A review of information accessibility

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          Many campus organizations intend to use the Internet to their advantage. More than ever, group memberships, event schedules, and meeting minutes are made available online. In practice, however, organizations sometimes simply forget or neglect to provide accurate information.

          Children aren't reality TV spectacles

          Children aren't reality TV spectacles

          Shows like the recently canceled Jon and Kate Plus Eight achieve success by depicting children in all their cute glory. But one of the Gosselin children, Mady Gosselin, is continually depicted as a demon-spawn progeny: slapping, screaming, and engaging in other less-than-cute behaviors.

          Defining "American" to Argentines difficult, at best

          Defining

          In my own study abroad experience, I've found that it's important to note how strong the presence of American media, particularly movies, shows, books, and music, is in Argentina, especially in Buenos Aires.

          Urban farming in Cleveland: not far-fetched

          The challenge at hand is the burden of a slew of vacant lots, foreclosures, a lack of pocket money, and a lack of will to purchase land.

          Revisiting Vietnam's legacy at Case Western Reserve

          Revisiting Vietnam's legacy at Case Western Reserve

          What are you doing for Spring Break?

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          In This Issue

          News

          • Can you name this place?
          • CWRU receives record number of applications
          • Have you heard about Undergraduate Student Nursing Association
          • LGBT center slated to open in April
          • Make it count: a guide to the 2010 US Census
          • SEC considering proposals concerning Greek funding

          Sports

          • Baseball team-by-team preview
          • Questions float through AL Central
          • Seasons end with wins at Carnegie Mellon
          • Seasons end with wins at Carnegie Mellon
          • Softball team-by-team preview
          • Spartan Spotlight: John Smetona
          • Spartans return offense and gain depth
          • Students turn out for Hoop-A-Paluza
          • Will freshman-heavy team be able to improve on last year's 0-8?

          Fun Page

          • Crossword Solution
          • Killer Sudoku Solution
          • Sudoku Solutions

          Opinion

          • Children aren't reality TV spectacles
          • Defining "American" to Argentines difficult, at best
          • Editorial: A review of information accessibility
          • Revisiting Vietnam's legacy at Case Western Reserve
          • Urban farming in Cleveland: not far-fetched
          • What are you doing for Spring Break?

          Focus

          • Alternative resources showcased at Fair Trade and Secondhand Expo
          • CIA and CWRU students collaborate on iPhone game ChromaWaves
          • Dressing handsomely at CWRU
          • Poets slam at UPB Poetry Jam
          • Roller-rink musical Xanadu brings disco and inferno
          • Spouse hunting
          • Step up the drama with SEC
          • The Buzz
          • The Observer predicts this year's Academy Award winners
          • Three Eighths, Black, whalenapper to open for Minus the Bear at Springfest
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