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          Issue date: 4/9/10 Section: Focus
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          Friday, April 9

          Da na na na Batman! Almost anyone will recognize such an iconic name, as well as the theme. UPB is bringing Michael Uslan, key producer of the original Batman movies, to campus to speak about his experience in the business and the feat of bringing to life one of the most beloved comic book characters of all time. There will also be food at the event, so make sure to stop by and hear about the vigilante's life on the big screen. Time: 12:30 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Amasa Stone Chapel. Information:

          UPB's Cultural Development committee is throwing a Fiesta Extravaganza complete with free food and dancing. Enjoy catering from Mi Pueblo and a DJ spinning tunes that are bound to fill up the dance floor. There will also be performances by Hispanic dancers as well as many opportunities throughout the night to win prizes. For anyone who couldn't make it to Mexico over spring break, this is the perfect opportunity to make up for lost time. Time: 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. Cost: Free. Location: The Spot. Information:

          Saturday, April 10

          Dodgeball is a sport that requires strength, grace, and impeccable aim. Do you have what it takes? FIJI will be hosting its Third Annual Dodgeball Tournament in order to benefit the American Red Cross. Winners will receive prizes such as gift cards good for several restaurants as well as salons, gyms, and spas. Get a few friends together and register your team for this noble cause. Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost: $50 per team. Location: Adelbert Gym. Information:

          Sunday, April 11

          The Cleveland Women's Orchestra, the world's oldest women's orchestra, will be holding its 75th Anniversary Concert, celebrating the ensemble's rich history. The performance will feature music by Tchaikovsky, Brouwer, and Beethoven. One particular performer who deserves close attention is violin protégé Jinjoo Cho, who makes the incredible feat of performing a Beethoven violin concerto look natural. Time: 3:30 p.m. Cost: $10. Location: Severance Hall. Information:

          Thursday, April 15

          It's no secret that researchers at and around CWRU devote a significant amount of time and effort to their work. The final product becomes a part of the creator because of the sheer energy invested into the work. Research is an important aspect of the Case community and these commitments will be celebrated at the eighth annual Research ShowCASE. The showcase will highlight the innovative research projects in collaboration with University Hospitals (as well as the Louis Stokes VA Medical Center), Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth, and more. Time: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Veale Convocation Center. Information:
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