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CWRU sees second highest amount of donations in history

Kaitlyn Estes, Staff Reporter
September 3
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This past year, Case Western Reserve University saw an abundance of generosity from its alumni and friends as donors committed a total of $115.5 million to enhance the university’s interests. The second highest value of donations in CWRU history, these contributions will help to improve several important...

Student injured crossing Adelbert

Tyler Hoffman, Contributing Reporter
September 3
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On the evening of Aug. 25, multiple students and faculty members across Case Western Reserve University checked their email inbox only to find an alarming and unexpected message from University President Barbara R. Snyder. The communiqué addressed the afternoon accident of a CWRU student who “was...

RAM founder Stan Brock receives 2010 Inamori Prize

RAM founder Stan Brock receives 2010 Inamori Prize

Sean Hobson, Staff Reporter
September 3
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In a country that is revaluating its healthcare structure, the unfortunate many caught in the transition turn to the work of the 2010 Inamori Prize winner Stan Brock. He is the founder of Remote Area Medical (RAM), an organization that has provided free medical care to over 300,000 individuals since...

Leutner Dining Café opens to pleasant reviews

Leutner Dining Café opens to pleasant reviews

Julia Clancy, Staff Reporter
September 3
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Complaining about cafeteria food, much like discussing weather, family and politics seems to be a safety net for those not skilled in the art of conversation. Asking almost anybody that eats in a cafeteria about the food is like asking an engineering major, “Mac or PC?” You guarantee yourself an...

USG Brief

Sage Schaff, Contributing Reporter
September 3
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Case Western Reserve University’s Undergraduate Student Government blazed through the agenda Tuesday evening at its General Assembly meeting. Officers and representatives highlighted the week’s important topics, focusing especially on the rapidly approaching USG elections. USG president Minh-Tri...

More to coffee than its morning punch

Colin Lux, Staff Reporter
August 27
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There is nothing better than a fresh brewed pot of coffee in the morning. Besides the delightful jolt of energy the caffeine provides, there is more to coffee than its morning punch. For years coffee has had the reputation of “stunting your growth” and “causing heart problems and cancer.” Although...

Optimizing your credit cards

Optimizing your credit cards

Bill Boyer, OSCPA Ambassador
August 27
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Nobody wakes up in the morning, yawns, stretches, and says, “Today I want to become financially literate!” However, people do want to become financially independent and not have to worry about their finances. Unfortunately, most financial advice that you hear is rife with inaccuracies. Although...

Major work on LGBT center completed

Major work on LGBT center completed

Tyler Babcock, Contributing Reporter
August 27
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With the surreptitious replacement and repositioning of a sign, the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Center in the west wing of the Thwing Center opened its doors on Monday. The opening, originally projected for late March when renovations began in early February, was pushed back to April,...

USG Brief: Filer to be taken offline

USG Brief: Filer to be taken offline

Amanda Brown, Staff Reporter
August 27
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Tuesday marked the first Undergraduate Student Government General Assembly meeting for the 2010-2011 year. The meeting opened with introductions of all the representatives and executive members of the General Assembly. President Minh-Tri Nguyen welcomed everyone back and illustrated all the hard work...

University names new controller

University names new controller

Julia Clancy, Staff Reporter
August 27
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On Aug. 5, Bradley Fralic was appointed permanent university controller by president Barbara Snyder. The interim controller since last Fall, Fralic plans to continue his various improvements. According to Case Daily reports, over the past several months, Fralic and his staff have enhanced streamlined...

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