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Crime reignites emphasis on campus safety

Crime reignites emphasis on campus safety

The week of Oct. 10 proved especially unusual for the entire campus community. Throughout the week, a plethora of email security alerts arrived in the inboxes of university students, faculty, and staff: a total of three bank robberies and three robberies of students occurred.

Snyder praises university accomplishments

Snyder praises university accomplishments

"Students are our number-one recruiters," said president Barbara Snyder at the second annual Student State of the University address on Oct. 20 in Strosacker AuditoriuM. "We publish, perform, volunteer, fundraise, score touchdowns at CWRU. This university is nothing without [the students].

Investing now for retirement pays off later

Investing now for retirement pays off later

When I opened an IRA (Individual Retirement Account) a friend posed the question, "You're saving for retirement now? Why? You're in college." I responded simply, "I want to be rich." Do you want to be rich? Of course you do. Everybody does. Why is it then that so few young people invest their money at all? Many claim that they lack money to invest, do not know how to choose investments, or are generally afraid of the stock market.

Election day survival kit

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Election day is Tuesday, November 2. Your ballot will likely be two or three pages long. Be prepared. Here's a guide to the statewide races this year. If you are registered to vote at your campus address, you'll find all of these candidates on your ballot.

Inamori International center for ethics and excellence hosts international peace and war summit

Throughout this week the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence's has hosted its first bi-annual International Peace and War Summit. The purpose of the summit was to bring together military experts and academic scholars from across many fields to discuss the consequences of war in the 21st century and its byproducts.

Issue Summary

News

  • Crime reignites emphasis on campus safety
  • Election day survival kit
  • Inamori International center for ethics and excellence hosts international peace and war summit
  • Investing now for retirement pays off later
  • Snyder praises university accomplishments

Sports

  • 2010 UAA cross country championship preview
  • CWRU XC looks to dominate in UAA championship
  • Hockey picks up first win against CalU
  • No. 23 Spartans take home Baird Bros. Trophy
  • Seniors thump Westminster 6-0 in final home game
  • Spartans trump top-ranked WashU, return home for win on senior day.

Opinion

  • Democracy: the only class where participation is 100 percent of your grade
  • Editorial: Three times (not) a charm
  • What's Scarier than Pelosi & a Boehner? Not Much, Actually.

Focus

  • Case Western: Zombieland
  • Dim and Den Sum: Cleveland's meal on wheels phenomenon
  • Footlighters aim for Thoroughly Modern performance of Millie
  • K'naan enthralls concertgoers courtesy of UPB
  • Playhouse Square's Legally Blonde offers surprisingly enjoyable escapist fare
  • Shaking things up
  • Small, yet dedicated group of materials science majors represent CWRU at convention in Houston
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