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Opinion

Editorial: Although meal plan policy remains unchanged, policy seems fundamentally flawed

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Thanks to Case's and Bon Appétit's failure to disseminate information, it is unsurprising that students view this recent enforcement against non-transferable meal swipes as unfair, and as an additional restriction on what students have already paid for.

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Letters to the editor: Greek Life opportunities

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City boasts unusual outdoor spaces for observing Cleveland in springtime

City boasts unusual outdoor spaces for observing Cleveland in springtime

It is officially time to ditch this weather-resistant nest and take an ambitious measure by stepping out my door, where I can still embrace my laziness while taking in fresh air.

Sticks and stones: bullying still hurts, but can be stopped with just one word

The Rational Component

Sticks and stones: bullying still hurts, but can be stopped with just one word

There seems to be a consistent failure by individuals of all ages to recognize that words hurt. Insults can sting and scar worse than any beating. The taunts that people whip at each other linger longer than most people are willing to acknowledge. Essentially, hateful words qualify as a form of violence.

Political leaders are ill-equipped to decide when wars are "just"

Dialectic

Political leaders can, in fact, influence people's perceptions of what a just war is - even if they hardly ever adhere to those principles of justice and equality themselves.

Issue Summary

News

  • A conversation with Ted Steinberg
  • CWRU law students' bar exam passage rate best in Ohio
  • Former cop suggests new approach to drug policy
  • IMPROVment draws huge crowd for first ever alumni show
  • Relay for Life kicks off today
  • Runners brave hail and rain for hole in the wall camps
  • Save time by automating your finances
  • University forum addresses online bullying
  • USG Brief

Sports

  • Cross Country travels to Great Lakes Regional
  • Fighting Gobies take home titles at North Coast
  • Spartan swim team host Veale Classic this weekend
  • Spartans drop final match at Rochester, miss out on NCAAs
  • Spartans earn best UAA finish since 2000, grab first ever NCAA berth
  • Two blocked field goals in final minutes doom 4-peat
  • Women's soccer drops match to Yellow Jackets after early lead

Opinion

  • Editorial: Something to complain about
  • Freedom of speech is dying - and there's nothing you can do about it
  • Honesty after our election tsunami

Focus

  • "Hunk, Hustler, Hard-Ass" seminar an eye-opening look at masculinity
  • A trip to Tremont
  • CIM president Joel Smirnoff leads CIM orchestra through exquisite performances of Mozart, Bartók, Beethoven
  • Dance Marathoners to stay on feet for 12 hour benefit
  • Happiness is a warm campus
  • Hitting the Spot: Gold Motel
  • Medical students band together for ShowCASE of campus musical talent
  • You're trying to seduce me
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