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Variety Show skit sparks campus debate on free speech

Variety Show skit sparks campus debate on free speech

Julia Bianco, Director of Web & Multimedia

April 14, 2016


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An open letter penned by three members of the Latinx community has sparked a campuswide debate about free speech and political correctness that has affected Greek life as well as the campus community at large. The letter, which was sent to various student groups for signatures of support via email, was...

A day in the life of Doctor Doomsday

A day in the life of Doctor Doomsday

Julia Bianco, Director of Web & Multimedia

April 8, 2016


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The doomsday doctor is average height, with short, buzzed hair and medium blue scrubs he can’t stop untying and retying. His wristwatch uses military time. He has a cold, and he keeps blowing his nose; his trash can is more than two-thirds full with tissues already, and he’s only been at his shift...

Dog Days philanthropy will bring pups to campus

Dog Days philanthropy will bring pups to campus

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor

April 8, 2016


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For students who want to “paws” their frantic studying and take some time to support dogs in need, this year Delta Sigma Phi’s Dog Days philanthropy will be expanding from one day to an entire week of events. The week will kick off on Monday, April 18 with cookies on sale in the Tinkham Veale...

Sorting out the answer

Brian Johnson, Constributing reporter

April 8, 2016


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When professors have to hand back exams to classes of 100 or more students in lecture halls like Strosacker or Rockefeller, a common practice is to have the class line up while the professor searches a stack of unsorted exams, one by one, until every student has their test. This method, however, is...

Maltz Center looks to serve CWRU community

Maltz Center looks to serve CWRU community

Jeniece Montellano, Web editor

April 8, 2016


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Two Greek Week events this year were hosted at Cleveland’s newest performing arts center. The Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center at The Temple-Tifereth Israel was chosen by the Greek Week committee because it’s part of Case Western Reserve University. However the initial estimate was more...

French class captures meaning in translation

French class captures meaning in translation

Anastazia Vanisko, Copy Editor

April 8, 2016


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When students take Associate Professor Cheryl Toman’s class, they have a chance that students working in research labs crave: to be published. The FRCH 314: Translation Techniques class is currently translating “Garçons et Filles,” the second book in a series by author Alice Endamne. The first...

USG hosts open forum on university’s tobacco-free proposal

Hunter Overstreet, Staff reporter

April 8, 2016


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On Friday, April 1 in Strosacker Auditorium, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) hosted an open forum on the university’s proposed tobacco-free policies. Walking around to the less than 20 students in the auditorium, a USG representative handed out speaking cards to those interested in speaking...

SEC overhaul heading to referendum

SEC overhaul heading to referendum

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor

April 5, 2016


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At 1 a.m. on Friday, April 1, two large rooms in Thwing Center were filled with students for very different reasons. In the Jolly Scholar, students were celebrating the end of a long week. In an office in the basement, more than twenty students were putting the finishing touches on a long year of planning...

USG candidates for president, finance, academic affairs and student life debate

Celia Wan, Staff Reporter

April 5, 2016


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With the spring election for the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) coming up this week, candidates for president and vice presidents of Student Life, Finance and Academic Affairs gathered on March 31st for an election debate. The debate started with candidates for Vice President of Academic Affairs....

Greek rollover seeks project with student life impact

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor

April 1, 2016


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Currently $66,000 sits in a Panhellenic Council/Interfraternity Congress bank account, set aside for improvements to the Tinkham Veale University Center (TVUC). It has been there several years, but current leadership hope that the account will soon be empty. In 2010 the Student Executive Council noticed...

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