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Editorial: Permanent solutions necessary to protect student safety

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President Snyder's e-mail regarding a student hit by a car was a chilling way to begin the academic year here at Case Western Reserve University. Of course, we're all very relieved that the student was treated immediately, and we hope he recovers as soon so that he can rejoin campus as a student and not a victim of a regrettable accident.

Letter to the Editor: Proud to be Greek

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Next week an important decision will be put in front of the student body. Tucked into the freshmen [USG] elections is a referendum that was petitioned for last year. The referendum is to decide whether or not Greek Life on this campus should remain fully funded.

Bush who? What the 2003 tax cuts mean for your 2011 job outlook

Restoring Normalcy

Bush who? What the 2003 tax cuts mean for your 2011 job outlook

I spent the summer in limbo, waiting to see if a job would come through. Three months later, when it finally did, I was faced with another problem. Some Case Western Reserve University students chose to stay in school over the summer, while, often, others went home and sought employment.

Rough and tumble: the spirit of Cleveland

Running on Fumes

A few weeks ago I took RTA's Healthline from the main campus of the Cleveland Clinic Public Square. I was planning to meet up with a friend of mine over at Progressive Field to watch the Indians face the White Sox. After grabbing some bagels at a local convenience store, I went to the stadium and sat down at one of the picnic benches near the right field dugout.

What's your favorite part of Leutner?

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Letter to the Editor: Stronger SEC commitment to accountability, their constitution needed before they take away Greek Life's money

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For the past three years as a (non-Greek) Case student, I have entrusted my hundred-plus dollar Student Activity Fee (SAF) to the Student Executive Committee (SEC). Like many other students, I have hoped that they would judiciously divide and supervise the funds among the "big five" umbrella organizations, which purport to benefit the entire student body and provide a rich campus experience.

Issue Summary

News

  • Current SEC board coping with unfinished business
  • CWRU ranked in top 50 by U.S. News & World Report for 15th year
  • CWRU sees second highest amount of donations in history
  • Leutner Dining Café opens to pleasant reviews
  • RAM founder Stan Brock receives 2010 Inamori Prize
  • Student injured crossing Adelbert
  • Tense SEC open forum addresses internal SEC issues and upcoming Greek Life referendum
  • USG Brief

Sports

  • Gameday Preview: CWRU vs. JCU
  • Lady Spartans to face tough competition in Labor Day Tournament
  • NFL Preview: Division breakdowns
  • Spartans soundly defeat Hiram Terriers
  • When it rains, it pours

Opinion

  • Bush who? What the 2003 tax cuts mean for your 2011 job outlook
  • Editorial: Permanent solutions necessary to protect student safety
  • Letter to the Editor: Proud to be Greek
  • Letter to the Editor: Stronger SEC commitment to accountability, their constitution needed before they take away Greek Life's money
  • Rough and tumble: the spirit of Cleveland
  • What's your favorite part of Leutner?

Focus

  • Distractions
  • Engineers Without Borders breaks cultural boundaries, builds wells in Cameroon
  • Expansive Ancient Galleries latest addition to Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Facebook nightmares
  • Friends and strangers combine forces to help Paul Paterson graduate
  • Going back to Those Gold Soundz: The Church of Andrew W.K.
  • Jesty Beatz brings fame to Zeta Psi house
  • MOCA makes big plans for move to University Circle
  • Modern music dominates new season for Cleveland Orchestra
  • Sex and Dating
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