With the surreptitious replacement and repositioning of a sign, the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Center in the west wing of the Thwing Center opened its doors on Monday. The opening, originally projected for late March when renovations began in early February, was pushed back to April, then to "Spring 2010," an estimate that was still displayed on the sign outside the entrance late into the summer.
While many Case Western Reserve University students were saying goodbye to family or wrapping up summer internships two weeks ago, this year's incoming international students took part in the debut of the International Student Orientation session. As CWRU's international student populartion steadily increased throughout recent years, the need for a separate orientation period to welcome them to Cleveland became more and more apparent.
Few people wake up in the morning, yawns, stretches, and says, "Today I want to become financially literate!" However, many do want to become financially independent and no longer stress over their finances. Unfortunately, most of the financial advice avaliable is rife with misconceptions.
On Aug. 5, Bradley Fralic was appointed permanent university controller by president Barbara Snyder. The interim controller since last fall, Fralic plans to continue his various improvements. According to Case Daily reports, over the past several months, Fralic and his staff have enhanced streamlined accounting processes and reduced the time required to complete major quarterly reports by more than 50 percent.
There is nothing better than a freshly brewed pot of coffee in the morning. But there is much more to coffee than the delightful jolt of energy from the caffeine For years coffee has had the reputation of stunting growth and causing heart problems and cancer.
Tuesday marked the first Undergraduate Student Government General Assembly meeting for the 2010-11 academic year. President Minh-Tri Nguyen began by welcoming everyone back and illustrated all the hard work done by the executive members that had been on campus over the summer.
An interview with the members of the USG Executive Board.