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CWRU promises diversity, lacks equality

CWRU promises diversity, lacks equality

In an effort to provide for a growing number of international students, Case Western Reserve University held its first-ever International Student Orientation (ISO) this summer. The event, met chiefly with gratitude by its attendants, sought to acclimate the freshman from abroad with the campus, the city of Cleveland, and the university lifestyle.

Administration commits to increase traffic safety

Startled by a traffic accident during the first week of classes, CWRU students now find themselves at a university highly committed to producing a safer environment for the entire campus community. In response to the increasing congestion and construction plaguing the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Adelbert Road, the university administration has now placed a resolution written by Undergraduate Student Government president Minh-Tri Nguyen on the fast track for implementation.

Uptown project breaks ground in University Circle

Uptown project breaks ground in University Circle

Have you walked down Euclid Avenue on the north part of campus recently and wondered what's going on with all the construction? Last month, local developing firm MRN Ltd. began construction on the Uptown project, a large-scale rejuvenation of the area on Euclid Avenue between Mayfield Road and E.

A conversation with Mark Chavis

A conversation with Mark Chavis

Officer Mark Chavis is one of Case Western Reserve University's police officers. He is best known for his daily work helping students and faculty safety cross the busy Euclid-Adelbert intersection. He is always smiling and knows many students on a first-name basis.

USG Brief

In the third week in meeting for Case Western Reserve University's Undergraduate Student Government (USG), many exciting topics were discussed involving campus and the student body. President Minh-tri Nguyen spoke about recent communications with the Ohio Department of Transportation about plans for a cross-state passenger rail service that will connect Ohio's largest cities as soon as 2012.

Filer system to undergo changes in near future

When they hear the word "filer," most people think of cabinets. They think of a pile of messy paperwork yet to be finished. They think of a job they may or may not want to have. They don't usually think of the system filer.case.edu, which gives us the option of hosting personal as well as organization webpages on the Case Western Reserve University campus network.

Eliminating your Credit Card Debt

Eliminating your Credit Card Debt

Imagine you are an average college student: you enjoy hanging out with friends, you sleep till noon on weekends.Oh, and you also have $2200 in credit card debt, ($5800 if you're a graduate student). Although credit cards offer a great way to boost your credit score and track spending, companies prey on the uninformed and are great at extracting money from students.

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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