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          Lifehouse to open for Daughtry at Wolstein Center; bassist speaks

          Lifehouse to open for Daughtry at Wolstein Center; bassist speaks

          The bands hit Cleveland on April 1, and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Wolstein Center. Tickets for the concert can be purchased online at http://www.lifehousemusic.com/

          CIA Student Exhibition displays student works with minimalist atmosphere

          CIA Student Exhibition displays student works with minimalist atmosphere

          Take time out to visit our near-by neighbors right next door to the Peter B. Lewis building before this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition closes. The show ends on April 3 and the Reinberger Gallery is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and until 9 p.m. on Fridays.

          Over 300 films from over 60 countries in one city: The 34th annual Cleveland International Film Festival

          Preparation necessary prior to delving into CIFF

          Over 300 films from over 60 countries in one city: The 34th annual Cleveland International Film Festival

          It is important to remember that each of these films has a limited amount of seats left, as most of them (especially the popular ones) sold tickets in advance. So I should not have been surprised that when I showed up for Chinese cerebral thriller Accident five minutes before its starting time, it was completely sold out.

          An in-depth look: Will You Marry Us?

          Cleveland International Film Festival

          An in-depth look: Will You Marry Us?

          Every once in a while, a romantic comedy will pleasantly surprise its viewers, like one of the Cleveland International Film Festival presentations, the Swiss film entitled Die Standesbeamtin or Will You Marry Us?

          Argument against complaints

          Worst case scenario

          I'm not complaining, of course not, but to be fair, as I look back over these last four years, I realize that we here at Case Western Reserve University are a community of complainers.

          Sex and dating: A capacity for change

          One thing that is important to realize in all relationships, romantic or otherwise, is that humans have a finite capacity for change. This is something that should (hopefully) influence your dating decisions.

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          Notes from the flowers: florals for spring

          CWRU Runway

          Notes from the flowers: florals for spring

          Toss aside those plaids and make room for the roses, because spring is here, and florals are the must-have fashion trend of this season.

          Ryan Keytack wins Dancing with the CWRU Stars

          Proceeds for the event went to Rainbow Babies Children's Hospital at University Hospitals, and judging from the attendance, the evening's donation count likely marked a strong success for Dance Marathon.

          Case Animal Rights and Ethics Society sees green at vegan dinner

          Case Animal Rights and Ethics Society sees green at vegan dinner

          Friday's event was the first of its kind for CARES and it provided an opportunity for vegetarians and omnivores alike to enjoy a well-balanced, entirely vegan meal (that is, no meat, eggs, or dairy) and to hear a dietitian's argument for a vegan diet.

          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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