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          Issue date: 3/19/10 Section: Focus
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          Friday, March 19

          The Middle Eastern Cultural Association has prepared a night of great food and a lot of laughs for their spring show. This year's title will be The Bachelorette: Middle East Edition. Dinner will be served before the action begins and all proceeds will go towards the Iraqi Medical Sciences Association, benefiting less fortunate Iraqi children. Tickets will be sold at the door, and Case Cash will be accepted. Time: 7 p.m. Cost: $5 CWRU Students/$8 non-students. Location: Thwing Ballroom. Information:

          Commuter Services and the Alpha Kappa Psi Pledge Class will be holding a campus-wide video game tournament today complete with Halo 3, Mario Kart for Wii, Classic Console Free Play, and several amazing prizes. This fundraising event allows the commuters to sponsor campus giveaways, better involve commuters in the campus community, and much more. Join the largest student organization on campus for some video gaming and you might win an Xbox 360 video game console or even a mystery prize. This event will also count as extra credit for several courses. Time: 5 p.m. Cost: $7. Location: Rock Bottom 'Commuter' Lounge, Thwing West Basement. Information:

          Saturday, March 20

          Have you ever experienced classic Japanese comedy? CWRU always seems to find a way to provide a new cultural experience, this one courtesy of the Confused Greenies. The comedy troupe will be performing Mad Words: the Art of Ky?gen at Japan CASE's Anime Marathon. This performance will include a series of seven short improv farces with a unique Japanese humor. Time: 9:15 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Nord Hall 410. Information:,

          Friday, March 26

          If you've had a chance to explore Cleveland, you'd probably know that there are some pretty impressive restaurants around town, many of which are not too far from campus. The Brazilian steakhouse Brasa is among the most popular, which is why UPB Arts & Entertainment has made it the destination for the latest Restaurant Hop. With a ticket, you'll be able to enjoy unlimited meat as well as a salad bar. Tickets go on sale today at and due to its popularity, you're going to want to buy them fast. Time: 7:15 p.m. (bus leaves Thwing). Cost: $20. Location: Brasa, Downtown Cleveland. Information:
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