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          What Now?

          As CWRU's seniors graduate, what lies ahead for them in an uncertain economy?

          What Now?

          "You don't want to get discouraged and you don't want that to come out in any of your application materials," Poppleton said. "It's easy, if you're not getting the result, to get discouraged and then maybe your cover letters have a little bit more bite to them because you're frustrated or you stop tailoring your resume to the position. It's very easy for [human resources] professionals to see that."

          International student session to debut during 2010 orientation

          Case Western Reserve University's administration and orientation leaders are hoping to relieve future international students of these worries. This is because of the biggest addition to the orientation process: a four-day session dedicated entirely to incoming international students. The International Student Orientation (ISO) is slated for Aug. 13-16, with the traditional August summer session following from the 16-18.

          Relay For Life raises $76,000, short of goal but not short of spirit

          Relay For Life raises $76,000, short of goal but not short of spirit

          "I'm really proud to talk about it. I hope to be that one person that changes a life," said Ehlert, "Cancer touches everyone."

          Tanning dangers abound as summer approaches

          Tanning dangers abound as summer approaches

          Now that the beautiful weather is approaching, it is easy for us to forget that we have been trapped inside for months deprived of sunlight. I don't know about you, but my initial plan for the summer is to get a tan. We all want it, but at what cost? There are key things to avoid and steps to take in order to preserve your health.

          Name That Place - 4/23/2010

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          Name That Place - 4/23/2010

          Can you name this place? The first person to e-mail with the correct answer will win an Observer T-shirt.

          A Conversation with Caroline Goulding

          A Conversation with Caroline Goulding

          Ruchi Asher: Caroline, I've heard a lot about your achievements and, mostly, how you've been nominated for a Grammy - I've heard you play, and it's amazing. But when did you start playing violin, and why did you start playing?

          Don't blow it all at once: financial tips for recent graduates

          Don't blow it all at once: financial tips for recent graduates

          You've worked your butt off for the past four or more years, and it is finally time for graduation. Your gown has been purchased, you're finishing up finals, and you may even have a job already. But with the joys of graduation come the frustrations of the expenses associated with living on your own, paying student loans, and holding down a job.

          Student Leadership Award Winners

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          Greek Woman of the Year: Kathy Ward David E. Michael Greek Man of the Year: Brad Farley Outstanding Member, Undergraduate Student Government: Max Weber Outstanding Member, University Program Board: Mallory Factor Outstanding Member, Residence Hall Association: Stephanie Chung Outstanding Member of the Media: Michelle Udem Outstanding Orientation Leader: Brennon Ham Outstanding Freshman: Christian Wargo Outstanding Sophomore: Colleen Hosler Outstanding Junior: Brendan Goodwine Outstanding Senior: Alicia Sanchez Outstanding Commuter Student Award: Anthony Radencic Outstanding Supplemental Instruction Leader: Lindsey Rubino Patricia B.

          Mass funding successful for some, headache for other organizations

          Mass funding successful for some, headache for other organizations

          "It will be a key tool in the future, as it allows the Finance Committee to more closely monitor and assess the events conducted by recognized student organizations," Weber said.

          In This Issue

          News

          • A Conversation with Caroline Goulding
          • Don't blow it all at once: financial tips for recent graduates
          • International student session to debut during 2010 orientation
          • Name That Place - 4/23/2010
          • Relay For Life raises $76,000, short of goal but not short of spirit
          • Student Leadership Award Winners
          • Tanning dangers abound as summer approaches
          • What Now?
          • Mass funding successful for some, headache for other organizations

          Sports

          • Case falls to Wooster at Progressive Field
          • Spartan Spotlight: Obinna Nwanna
          • Spartans are optimistic heading into UAA's
          • Spartans extend win streak to six
          • Spartans snap long losing streak
          • The next step
          • Top 10 Spartan stories of 2009-2010

          Opinion

          • 2009-2010 Year in Review
          • Letter to the Editor: Straight Answers to Questions about Greek Life Funding
          • Living - and dying - on your own terms
          • The last hurrah: experiencing senior week
          • What are you doing this summer?

          Focus

          • A final fling for finals
          • Despite an oppressive crowd and disappointing opener, Ben Folds continues to impress on stage
          • MaDaCol performance distinguishes dance as alternative communication medium
          • Parting word of advice: Express yourself
          • Springfest blowout to feature activities, student bands and national headlines
          • The best bars in Cleveland
          • Tri-C Jazz Festival features stunning jazz organ performance, among others
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