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Adiós, Four Loko

Ohio bans distribution of beverage

Adiós, Four Loko

The Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Liquor Control may not have the legal authority to halt the sales of Four Loko within the state. But that did not stop them from contacting Phusion Projects, United Brands Company, and all other manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and retailers of all alcohol energy drinks in Ohio requesting that they cease any marketing, promotion, manufacturing, and sales.

International student programs make strides, issues remain

"This is a marathon, not a sprint," associate provost for international affairs David Fleshler explained regarding the internationalization of Case Western Reserve University. Since the beginning of the fall semester, a wide array of programs for international students have emerged with the purpose of making CWRU an institution that is globally engaged.

Faculty Forum addresses questions surrounding core curriculum

Faculty Forum addresses questions surrounding core curriculum

Should Case Western Reserve University have a General Education Curriculum (GEC)? What does the faculty think about the issue? What about the students? These were some of the questions addressed at this year's Faculty Forum, The Questions of Core Curriculum: Do we have one? Should we have one? Organized by the Office of Greek Life in conjunction with University Center for Innovation, Teaching, and Education.

USG Brief

Case Western Reserve University Undergraduate Student Government (USG) had its longest general assembly meeting of the semester this past Tuesday, Nov. 16. Much like last week's, the meeting focused on legislation and taking steps to fill open representative positions.

A conversation with Divya Aggarwal

Currently the vice president of student life for USG, junior Divya Aggarwal has been involved with USG in various capacities for the past three years. Aggarwal aspires to adequately represent the needs of students on the Case Western Reserve U niversity campus.

Issue Summary


  • A conversation with Divya Aggarwal
  • Adiós, Four Loko
  • Faculty Forum addresses questions surrounding core curriculum
  • International student programs make strides, issues remain
  • USG Brief


  • Football thumps Tartans on senior day, win Academic Bowl
  • Men drown competition, win Veale classic; women split
  • Men seeded second in UAA, eye historic season
  • Spartan women third, men seventh at NCAA Division III Great Lakes Regional
  • Spartans drop first dual meet against Baldwin-Wallace
  • Volleyball returns home from their first NCAA Championship satisfied and yearning for more
  • Women to improve winning season, sixth-place finish


  • Editorial: Unwilling to think beyond the possible
  • Leading by examples: bullying starts - and ends - with parents
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Whores no more: the case for legalizing prostitution


  • Atlantic/Pacific
  • CARES hosts vegan feast, panel in hopes of debunking myths, addressing concerns
  • Documentary Inside Job a frightening account of current financial crisis
  • Gold Motel speaks on album, artistic processes
  • Music department caps semester with variety of concerts
  • Pizza! Pizza!
  • Sigma Psi to create "magic" with 32nd Mr. CWRU
  • Students blur gender lines in eighth annual Drag Ball
  • The rules of attraction
  • Who's wearing the pants?
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