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          Faculty and staff dance for charity in Dancing With the CWRU Stars

          Faculty and staff dance for charity in Dancing With the CWRU Stars

          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.

          Glitz and glory of Cleveland International Film Festival a local alternative

          Glitz and glory of Cleveland International Film Festival a local alternative

          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.

          CMA displays diverse quantity of American Indian artwork

          CMA displays diverse quantity of American Indian artwork

          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.

          Recovery Act

          The Worst Case Scenario

          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.

          The art of kissing and telling

          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.

          Harvard Glee Club performs at CWRU

          Harvard Glee Club performs at CWRU

          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.

          Holes-in-the-wall and cover bands: More from the Warehouse District

          From the bar

          Holes-in-the-wall and cover bands: More from the Warehouse District

          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.

          Ace Attorney Investigations provokes thought, humor in crime-solving

          Ace Attorney Investigations provokes thought, humor in crime-solving

          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.

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          In This Issue

          News

          • 2010 USG executive board candidates speak
          • Can you name this place?
          • Minh for the win? Current vice president of student life Minh-Tri Nguyen seeks USG presidency
          • New performing arts center announced
          • Representative Barbara Lee addresses concerns over new health care bill
          • SEC proposes cutting 20 percent of Greek life funds
          • Undergraduate Student Government polls open through tonight
          • Weberian politics: Current vice president of finance Max Weber campaigns for the USG presidency

          Sports

          • CWRU head coaches conference's lowest paid
          • Distance does well at Wake Forest
          • Future is promising for new boathouse
          • Mather Park close to completion
          • Men's tennis squeaks by Walsh, pound John Carroll
          • Spartan Spotlight: Steve Bills
          • Spartans get swept
          • Spartans knock off No. 2-ranked Heidelberg
          • Z's return

          Fun Page

          • Crossword solution
          • Sudoku Easy Solution
          • Sudoku Evil Solution

          Opinion

          • Editorial: Maltz Center a great gift, with some questions remaining
          • Foreign sentiments: an American's reception abroad
          • Formality: dead and gone
          • Letters to the Editor: firearms and Greek funding
          • State of health care not worthy of "crisis" label
          • What is your favorite Greek Week event?

          Focus

          • An in-depth look: Will You Marry Us?
          • Argument against complaints
          • Case Animal Rights and Ethics Society sees green at vegan dinner
          • CIA Student Exhibition displays student works with minimalist atmosphere
          • Lifehouse to open for Daughtry at Wolstein Center; bassist speaks
          • Notes from the flowers: florals for spring
          • Over 300 films from over 60 countries in one city: The 34th annual Cleveland International Film Festival
          • Ryan Keytack wins Dancing with the CWRU Stars
          • Sex and dating: A capacity for change
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