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The Buzz

Issue date: 9/25/09 Section: Focus
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Friday, September 25

CWRU's Habitat for Humanity has really gotten creative in their attempt to raise awareness about homelessness. The organization, as well as others participating, will be "shacking up," by building cardboard boxes and camping out on the KSL Oval this weekend. It's good to know that this philanthropic organization is not solely focusing on fundraising, but also spreading the word about one of the most prevalent and devastating issues in our world today. Note: The weather is predicted to be lovely. Time: Fri. 8:30 p.m. to Sat. 9:30 a.m. Cost: Free. Location: KSL Oval .Info: http://habitat.case.edu/.

With the help of several student groups, we are often able to experience a variety of cultures right here on campus. The Indian Students Association is inviting the Case, and Cleveland community to Navratri Garba 2009, a night of cultural infusion complete with food and traditional Indian dancing to garba and raas music. If you are unfamiliar with these dance forms, don't fret because there'll be workshops held throughout the night. Time: 8:30 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Adelbert Gym. Info: https://filer.case.edu/org/uisa/.

Saturday, September 26

This year, the Ohio Fair Trade Expo is making its way to John Carroll University's campus. The event will include speakers, workshops, information on the fair trade movement, and a fair trade market. The market has the support of over twenty Ohio vendors and will feature a wide assortment of souvenirs to take home for your own purposes or as gifts. The fair trade movement welcomes everyone's support, and the expo is a perfect opportunity to learn more about what you can do to help. Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: Fair Trade Market Sale (11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.)-free, Pre-registration for non student $10.00, student $5.00 Location: John Carroll University, Dolan Center Info: http://www.jcu.edu/CampusMinistry

Sunday, September 27

This Sunday, the award-winning Cavani String Quartet will be performing a Beethoven quartet at CIM. This will be the first performance of a series of six concerts. Each concert will feature Beethoven pieces, and according to critics and listeners, this quartet will do them justice. While the event is free, seating passes are required. Time: 4 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: CIM, Mixon Hall. Info: http://www.cim.edu/calendar.

Thursday, October 1

Twice annually, toward the end of each semester, a sudden rush of a cappella concerts comes to campus, as the school's many ensembles, having spent the semester working on their tunes, showcase their talents at different venues. It isn't terribly often that one can find several groups at one spot, and Thursday night's sixth annual A Cappella for Africa concert, sponsored by the Global Medical Initiative, is one of those opportunities to see what the singers of CWRU have to offer. Mainstays Speakeasy and Case in Point are among the groups performing. Time: 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Cost: Free, but donations are strongly encouraged. Location: The Spot.

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  • Hard work paying off as conference play nears
  • Spartan Spotlight: Mike Vaughn
  • What if Browns were subject to a blackout?

Fun Page

  • Crossword Solution
  • Sudoku Solution

Opinion

  • Editorial: Doc Oc memorial needs identification, context
  • Genocide rape should be treated as weapon of mass destruction
  • Large debates over drinking age missing the point
  • Legalizing drugs: a practical solution
  • Lifestyle changes for a green campus
  • Observer fails to acknowledge event programmers
  • State your case: What do you do with your favorite textbook?

Focus

  • Case Swing Club dances the night away with jazz quartet
  • Finding ways around being broke
  • Hitting the Spot: The Jackie Warren Trio
  • Jolly Scholar hosts weekly live music for CWRU musicians
  • Overheard at Case
  • Phish herald triumphant return with Joy-ful new album
  • Rising alternative hip-hop artist Kid Cudi to headline UPB Fall Concert
  • Shoes: strut your way to comfortable, fashion-forward style
  • The Buzz
  • The latest independent release roundup
  • Zombies take over Lakewood for bi-annual Cleveland Charity Zombie Walk

Cross Country

  • Simpson gets win at Calvin

Football

  • Spartans jump out to 41-0 lead against Yeomen, improve to 3-0

Sex and Dating

  • Handling the aftermath

Soccer

  • Spartans come out fast, but Lions escape with win
  • Team jelling after slow start

Worst Case Scenario

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