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          What's happening around Cleveland this week

          Issue date: 4/16/10 Section: Focus
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          Friday, April 16



          Tonight, CWRU's 2010 Relay For Life kicks off with a full schedule of events. Come enjoy good company and a day of events and activities, all while supporting a very noble cause. The dreadful effects of cancer are ongoing, making cancer research a priority in society. As long as cancer exists, so will the fight against it. Everyone can do their part and all are welcome to try. Time: 6 p.m. to April 17, 12 noon. Cost: On a donation basis. Location: The Village track. Information: http://studentaffairs.case.edu/events/relayforlife/



          Sunday, April 18



          It's the time of year for spring-cleaning and Kappa Alpha Theta and Zeta Psi are channeling their efforts to a great cause. This year's top-of-the-hill yard sale will include clothes, furniture, textbooks, and much more. Also, there will be music and food while shoppers peruse the sale. CaseCash will be accepted and all the proceeds go toward Greek philanthropies. Time: 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Top of the hill between Kappa Alpha Theta and Sigma Chi houses.

          Baseball season has begun and the Cleveland Indians need as much fan support as they can get. UPB has purchased a number of lower reserve seating tickets for the game against the Chicago White Sox. Support Cleveland sports and reserve a ticket today. Time: 1:05 p.m. to 4:05 p.m. Cost: $5. Location: Progressive Field. Information: .



          Wednesday, April 21



          Extravadance, hosted by the Spartan Tappers, certainly has a self-explanatory title. Come see various campus dance groups perform across several disciplines. Many groups, from the Swing Club to Bhangra to Case Juggling, have a slot in the night of performances. Raffle tickets for various prizes will also be sold before and throughout the event. Proceeds will benefit the Cleveland Foodbank, an organization that aids in collecting and distributing food to communities in need. Time: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Cost: Free. Location: Thwing Ballroom. Information: .php?#!/event.php?eid=336002872234&ref=ts
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          • Relay For Life hoping for success as event begins today
          • Undergraduate Student Government inaugurations bring new faces, new initiatives

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          • For Gobies, this weekend is first step to goal
          • Howe's love of game grows
          • Smetona's workouts work out
          • Spartan Spotlight: Jon Edmunds
          • Spartans drop 13th and 14th straight to Wooster
          • Spartans go 2-2 against Wolverines, Lords
          • Spartans near best win total in school history
          • Whalen auditions for Browns, Mangini
          • When fans care

          Opinion

          • City boasts unusual outdoor spaces for observing Cleveland in springtime
          • Editorial: Although meal plan policy remains unchanged, policy seems fundamentally flawed
          • Letters to the editor: Greek Life opportunities
          • Political leaders are ill-equipped to decide when wars are "just"
          • Sticks and stones: bullying still hurts, but can be stopped with just one word
          • What's your favorite flower?

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          • International Conference on Narrative successful and engaging
          • Just a Perfect Day
          • Pokémon returns to Nintendo DS with best games in years
          • Rompers: this season's divisive trend
          • Safety First
          • Take a picture, It'll Last Longer: CIA student photo exhibition
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