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Rock Hall receives $5 million endowment for upcoming reconstruction

In 1995, Green Day released Dookie, MTV hadn't yet hired Carson Daily, R.E.M. got sick on Monster, and Tupac was in jail. Michael Jackson was still making hits, Alanis Morrisette took a Jagged Little Pill, and Bob Dylan made sweet music touring with Patti Smith.

Facebook nightmares redux

Worst Case Scenario

What would we ever do without the almighty Facebook? I'll admit my news feed is something I may check occasionally - ten times per day. However, I'm now at the point of considering Facebook to be the devil. Now, I know I harp on this social networking site more than most (see last week about my mother's new-found fondness of Facebook), but it's becoming an addiction with harmful side effects.

Cleveland Air Show dazzles, deafens city despite inclement weather

Cleveland Air Show dazzles, deafens city despite inclement weather

The dull roar of helicopters and booming of jets speeding over Cleveland last week may have startled some when they were first heard, but as the days passed, many heads were turning to catch a glimpse of jets practicing for the Cleveland National Air Show.

Hitting the Spot: Colour Revolt

This Wednesday's Spot Night will feature Colour Revolt, an indie band hailing from Oxford, Mississippi. Since its high school formation in 2001, Colour Revolt has changed names and lost members over the years, but is now emerging from its hardships as a "strong, five-piece band.

A trip to Ohio City

A trip to Ohio City

One of Cleveland's oldest historic neighborhoods, Ohio City, lies west of the Cuyahoga River from Downtown. While university students may be familiar with the downtown area, few have taken the leap across the river (or, more efficiently, the ride on the RTA) to experience a neighborhood steeped in culture and tradition.

29th Annual Studio-A-Rama festival to host Black Angels, nine regional acts

29th Annual Studio-A-Rama festival to host Black Angels, nine regional acts

Tomorrow, WRUW will host its 29th annual Studio-A-Rama (SAR) festival, an 11-hour celebration featuring local, regional, and national musicians. WRUW (91.1 FM) is Case Western Reserve University's official student radio station-although a considerable fraction of its contributors are alumni and other community members.

Cuzin' Dave Wilson of WRUW passes away, leaves behind legacy

The words "college radio" tend to conjure up either images of Pitchfork.com devotees in skinny jeans or more often than not, they connote images of middle aged men who, once a week venture out of their parents' basements into an equally dank little room to brag for 2 hours on-air about some extremely rare record you're too unrefined to appreciate.

Issue Summary

News

  • A conversation with Mark Chavis
  • Administration commits to increase traffic safety
  • CWRU promises diversity, lacks equality
  • Eliminating your Credit Card Debt
  • Filer system to undergo changes in near future
  • Uptown project breaks ground in University Circle
  • USG Brief

Sports

  • Crew Team steers closer to boathouse
  • CWRU looks to dominate at JCU
  • Spartan football kicks off season with big win
  • Spartan Spotlight: Niro Wimalasena
  • Spartan XC dominates 10th annual Bill Sudeck Classic
  • Volleyball starts hot, cools down

Fun Page

  • Fun Page Solutions 9/10/2010

Opinion

  • Editorial: Halfway to equality for all students
  • Poor of wallet, not of spirit
  • State Your Case 09/10/2010
  • The war in Iraq is over?if you want it

Focus

  • 29th Annual Studio-A-Rama festival to host Black Angels, nine regional acts
  • A trip to Ohio City
  • Cleveland Air Show dazzles, deafens city despite inclement weather
  • Cuzin' Dave Wilson of WRUW passes away, leaves behind legacy
  • Facebook nightmares redux
  • Hitting the Spot: Colour Revolt
  • Rock Hall receives $5 million endowment for upcoming reconstruction
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