The hit ABC show is coming to Case Western Reserve University - sort of. Tomorrow, CWRU's very own Dance Marathon will be hosting its first Dancing with the CWRU Stars event, based on ABC's long-running and very popular Dancing with the Stars.
Having commenced yesterday, the festival will run until March 28, featuring movies across a host of genres with catchy subgroup titles such as Standing Up, movies dealing with the conscience, It's Easy Being Green, in which environmental issues are addressed; and Local Heroes, which will feature movies by local filmmakers.
The traveling exhibit features 145 works from the Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection of American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, New York. The exhibit is free to the public, and tours are offered on Thursdays at 1:30 a.m. and Sundays at 2:30 p.m. for people who are interested in learning more about the collection.
It's not just that the professors are heartless; I legitimately worry that everyone on this campus has forgotten about what spring break is really all about.
You don't want your best intentions to be translated into incriminating wall posts so the best way to run damage control is to keep your friends in the loop, and spare them from having to use their imaginations.
A concise ensemble of about 20 members of Harvard's Glee Club performed and CWRU's Speakeasy, in addition to an unplanned, surprise Case in Point performance, gave the Crimson crew a feel for how CWRU's own a cappella groups sounded.
Johnny's really is a unique historical site for Cleveland. The entire bar is decorated in hardwood and the walls and adorned with pictures of Cleveland from before when my grandparents were born.
It does require a bit more brain power than the typical video game, but unraveling murder mysteries, especially in the way that Ace Attorney Investigations lays them out, can be surprisingly rewarding.