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CWRU plans to harness wind power with turbines

CWRU plans to harness wind power with turbines

Case Western Reserve University hopes to become a leader in wind power and sustainable energy this fall, when it will begin constructing the first of three wind turbines as part of a $6 million project that could make Cleveland a vanguard of wind-related innovation, education, and development.

Greek Life funding restored with passage of referendum

With a vote of 540 to 400, the Case Western Reserve Univsersity student body voted last week to restore Greek Life student activity fee funding to its original levels and ended the months-long debate. The passage of the referendum restores Greek life funding to 6.

Avoid excess salt to avoid disease later

It may not come as a surprise to you that the typical American diet contains a lot of salt. In proper moderation, salt is a beneficial electrolyte that our bodies need to survive. However, the salt content of many foods has increased to point of being hazardous to ur health.

Mortar Board chapter recieves Silver Torch national award

Mortar Board chapter recieves Silver Torch national award

The national Mortar Board Honors Society was first founded in 1918, and has since grown to 228 chapters nationwide. It was the first honorary society to officially recognize women as honorees, and now has many prominent members. College seniors are invited to join based upon their class standing, and participate in a variety of leadership and community service activities after induction.

CWRU welcomes Delta Chi

Although fall rush period has concluded, students can still meet with representatives from Delta Chi fraternity. Delta Chi just attained colony status this semester and began making their pitch to Case Western Reserve University men this past Sunday, Sept.

USG Brief

As students of Case Western Reserve University acclimate to the University in the first weeks of classes, Undergraduate Student Government (USG) is working diligently across multiple fronts. Fresh from a weekend retreat to train members, the general assembly convened on Sept.

Technology issues plague university, spark solutions

Throughout the first weeks of September, multiple complications with Case Western Reserve Univserity technology influenced student life on a grand scale. On the evening of Sept. 7, students were alerted that voting for the freshman Undergraduate Student Government (USG) representatives and for the Student Executive Council (SEC) referendum would officially start at 8 a.

Constitution Day brings Richard Corday and Thomas Fisher to CWRU

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Sept. 17, 2010 marks the sixth annual Constitution Day commemorating the signing of the United States Constitution in 1787. Constitution Day was established in 2004 when Senator Robert Byrd attached an amendment to the Omnibus Spending Bill requiring all educational institutions receiving any form of federal aid to establish a program educating students on the Constitution.

Young Americans for Liberty host Michael F. Cannon

Young Americans for Liberty host Michael F. Cannon

Case Western Reserve University's chapter of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) hosted Michael F. Cannon of the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C. this past Monday, Sept. 13. YAL shares Cato's initiative of promoting individual liberties, which, according to Cannon, are being assaulted by President Obama's proposed healthcare reform legislation.

Issue Summary

News

  • Beating the banks with checking and savings accounts
  • Bone health not just for grandparents
  • Saturday Tutoring Program at Church of the Covenant begins 21st year
  • Season of giving begins with Charity Choice 2010
  • Students shack up for Habitat for Humanity
  • USG Brief

Sports

  • Another game slips away as CWRU men's soccer falls to Oberlin 2-1
  • Freshly hired swimming head coach to kick off a new era
  • Levey sisters kick up pace for Spartans on the pitch
  • Spartan Spotlight: Kristina Vaci
  • Volleyball wins 8 in a row

Fun Page

  • Fun Page Solutions 9/24/2010

Opinion

  • Back away from the camera, Bristol
  • Editorial: Thinking beyond our buble
  • State Your Case 09/24/2010
  • Taking the hit: the case for legalizing pot

Focus

  • Art for art's sake
  • Artists and other community members chalk up CMA
  • Asia Town's Mooncake Festival offers scant food and performances, far less than expected
  • Communication breakdown
  • Delta Gamma hosts entertaining, philanthropic Anchor Splash
  • First-ever Farm Harvest Festival kicks off tomorrow
  • Serena Maneesh
  • Visitors "Walk All Over Waterloo" in celebration of area revitalization
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