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          SEC cuts 19 percent of Greek life funding; $80,000 in accumulated unused rollover funds discovered

          SEC cuts 19 percent of Greek life funding; $80,000 in accumulated unused rollover funds discovered

          "It's not a competition, like one side against the other," John Witkowski, president of IFC, said. "It's about what's best for the student body. The SEC voted for what they think is best for the entire campus community, the entire undergraduate community. I think, in short, that's more or less what happened. The decisions that were made were made with the students in mind."

          Weekend confusion over meal swipe policy causes uproar

          Weekend confusion over meal swipe policy causes uproar

          "The largest open house of the year occurred last Friday, and while we were at Fribley working�we noticed there was an inordinate amount of students requesting a double and sometimes triple swipe on their meal plan," O'Brien said.

          Undergraduate guide to financial aid

          A conversation with Sarah Franjoine

          A conversation with Sarah Franjoine

          "People say Relay is a party with a purpose. We are working hard and having fun to...promote a great cause. We're celebrating the successes just as much as we are remembering the losses."

          COC elections show low turnout

          Results come down to matter of few votes

          COC elections show low turnout

          The low voter turnout is nothing new to Case Western Reserve University, as less than 30 percent of students voted in the USG election, and voting referendums rarely attract more than 30 percent of students.

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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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