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Season of giving begins with Charity Choice 2010

Residing within an urban bubble, students and faculty of Case Western Reserve University are often isolated from the greater Cleveland metropolitan area. Locked in the bustling campus atmosphere, it is easy to forget the prominent need within Cleveland and Ohio.

Students shack up for Habitat for Humanity

Students shack up for Habitat for Humanity

Castles, rocket ships, and even Hogwarts were just a few of the cardboard house designs made by inspired Case Western Reserve University students at Habitat for Humanity's eighth annual Let's Shack Up event. Let's Shake Up, Habitat's largest annual philanthropy event took place last Friday and Saturday, Sept.

Beating the banks with checking and savings accounts

Beating the banks with checking and savings accounts

Opening up checking and savings accounts are the first steps in taking control of your personal finances. If you already have a checking and savings account, you are on the right track. If your parents manage them though, you should probably ask them permission to be reading a newspaper all by yourself without them holding your hand and singing you a lullaby.

USG Brief

Guest speaker Margaret Carney, university architect and planner, dominated this week's Case Western Reserve University Undergraduate Student Government (USG) General Assembly. Her hour-long presentation highlighted five major projects in University Circle that will directly benefit CWRU students within the next five years and unify the campus.

Saturday Tutoring Program at Church of the Covenant begins 21st year

Saturday Tutoring Program at Church of the Covenant begins 21st year

Even at 10 a.m., Cleveland's Church of the Covenant attracted more than 100 volunteers from Case Western Reserve University and the greater Cleveland community this past Saturday, when it held its annual training session for new volunteer tutors. The training will prepare volunteers for participation in the church's weekly Saturday Tutoring Program, which has helped hundreds of young people over the course of its 20 year history.

Bone health not just for grandparents

Bone health not just for grandparents

Students may think that now they're young and strong and won't have to worry about osteoporosis, but they would be wrong. This chronic illness may be closer than most people think. Poor lifestyle choices and our nasty little habits can easily catapult us into a downward spiral to this and other annoying bone-related illnesses such as chronic back pain.

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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