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          Footlighters bring magic and morality to stage with Pippin

          All of CWRU's a stage: weekend theater productions

          The Case Footlighters, an entirely student-run theater organization, voted to bring Pippin to the campus with senior Steven Stumphauzer directing. When speaking to the Footlighters cast and crew about their production, the sense of excitement is clear and contagious.

          Eldred Theater re-imagines Othello for intense production

          All of CWRU's a stage: weekend theater productions

          Eldred Theater re-imagines Othello for intense production

          Eldred Theater is located behind Rockefeller Building; tickets for students are $5. Othello performs April 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17 at 8 p.m. and April 11 and 18 at 2:30 p.m. More information about the Case theater program can be found at http://www.case.edu/artsci/thtr/.

          Science and emotion mingle in Time Warp's Lieberman lecture

          Science and emotion mingle in Time Warp's Lieberman lecture

          According to Lieberman, "the process of discovery itself can be really fun." He says too many people are intimidated by science and shy away from it at a young age, and he thinks bringing together art and science holds great potential for future education.

          Cleveland MOCA displays accessible, provocative works of art

          Cleveland MOCA displays accessible, provocative works of art

          While modern art usually gets a bad reputation for being either too abstract or overdone, the works at MOCA manage to remain accessible to even the most plebian audiences. A short drive from Case Western Reserve University, with free entry for CWRU and CIA students, there is no reason to miss out on this little oasis of contemporary, escribed as fine, art.

          Double-swiping blues

          The Worst Case Scenario

          I certainly see no inconvenience caused by double-swiping - as a freshman, I would have happily fed all the hungry upperclassmen within earshot rather than ending a week with 12 leftover meal swipes.

          The recliner of Cleveland: Ohio City

          From the bar

          The recliner of Cleveland: Ohio City

          Sexy vs. skanky: dos and don'ts of sex appeal

          Sexy vs. skanky: dos and don'ts of sex appeal

          Sex appeal doesn't always have to be about the amount of skin you show; it can also be about the cut of something.

          Wake me up before you go-go

          In our experience, there seems to be confusion about proper morning etiquette. So here is the guide that Ms. Manners never wrote.

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          In This Issue

          News

          • Can you name this place?
          • Cleveland Institute of Art announces new president
          • Have you heard about The Confused Greenies
          • Relay For Life hoping for success as event begins today
          • Undergraduate Student Government inaugurations bring new faces, new initiatives

          Sports

          • For Gobies, this weekend is first step to goal
          • Howe's love of game grows
          • Smetona's workouts work out
          • Spartan Spotlight: Jon Edmunds
          • Spartans drop 13th and 14th straight to Wooster
          • Spartans go 2-2 against Wolverines, Lords
          • Spartans near best win total in school history
          • Whalen auditions for Browns, Mangini
          • When fans care

          Opinion

          • City boasts unusual outdoor spaces for observing Cleveland in springtime
          • Editorial: Although meal plan policy remains unchanged, policy seems fundamentally flawed
          • Letters to the editor: Greek Life opportunities
          • Political leaders are ill-equipped to decide when wars are "just"
          • Sticks and stones: bullying still hurts, but can be stopped with just one word
          • What's your favorite flower?

          Focus

          • August: Osage County astonishes audiences
          • International Conference on Narrative successful and engaging
          • Just a Perfect Day
          • Pokémon returns to Nintendo DS with best games in years
          • Rompers: this season's divisive trend
          • Safety First
          • Take a picture, It'll Last Longer: CIA student photo exhibition
          • The Buzz
          • Tremont: The A-list of Cleveland's bars
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