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Men rebound from poor start to take top spot in UAA

On the first weekend back from winter break, the Spartan men's basketball team opened their UAA season at home with major victories over two Top 25 ranked teams. On Friday night, the Spartans battled No. 25 New York University until the final seconds and pulled off the win 80-76.

Lady Spartans tip off UAA play with three wins

The Spartan women's basketball team kept busy over winter break, after the UAA season undefeated at 3-0 and improving to 9-5 overall. They return to Case Western Reserve University this semester excited to keep their run going strong. Coach Reimer could not be more enthusiastic about the season's start, "We're excited to see our team getting better every day.

Harter leads Spartans with two wins at Lycoming, but squad returns home winless

After two days of tough competition, the Case Western Reserve University wrestling team returned from the Budd Whitehill Dual ready to continue the season. The Spartans wrestled three nationally ranked teams over the weekend at the prestigious tournament hosted by Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pa.

The Observer tackles the final hurdle leading up to the Super Bowl

NFC Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler has seen two sides of being a quarterback in Chicago. Ever since his arrival in 2009, Cutler has been hated, discriminated against, loved, and glorified. Both the Bears' organization and the fans were looking for that one moment when Cutler would live up to his two-year $30 million contract.

Issue Summary

News

  • CWRU loses distinguished professor
  • Nell Irvin Painter comes to CWRU
  • Simplify your student loan debt
  • Students turn out in numbers for Greek recruitment
  • Zeta Beta Tau fraternity moves into new home

Sports

  • Harter leads Spartans with two wins at Lycoming, but squad returns home winless
  • Lady Spartans tip off UAA play with three wins
  • Men rebound from poor start to take top spot in UAA
  • The Observer tackles the final hurdle leading up to the Super Bowl

Opinion

  • Editorial: New resolutions for old problems
  • Resolved to Responsibility
  • Second amendment remedies: Or, what a difference a comma makes

Focus

  • A Trip to Cleveland's Asiatown
  • CMA's Treasures of Heaven exhibit artfully displays human body parts
  • Drink Up Buttercup
  • Getting creative in love
  • New Year's Resolutions
  • ShowCASE continues philanthropic streak with live campus-centric music
  • Strangers unite for dancing flash mob to promote Cleveland Play House production Backwards in High Heels
  • Surprises abound at Film Society's 36th Annual Sci-Fi Movie Marathon
  • Two heavyweight Oscar contenders in review
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