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Presumption of Guilt author to open CWRU diversity lecture series

Presumption of Guilt author to open CWRU diversity lecture series

Sean Hobson, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2010


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It was July of last year that President Barack Obama commented that Cambridge police had acted “stupidly” for arresting Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. Gates was arrested on his own properly and charged with disorderly conduct. Though the charges were eventually dropped, during this period...

CWRU chefs participate in Eat Local Challenge

CWRU chefs participate in Eat Local Challenge

Mike Yavorsky, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2010


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This past Tuesday Chefs at Case Western Reserve University joined over 400 other Bon Appétit restaurants and cafes in the Eat Local Challenge, an event that revolves around meals made from scratch with ingredients that come from with 150 miles of the kitchen. This is the sixth year that CWRU has participated,...

Pilot service program helps community, recognizes students

Pilot service program helps community, recognizes students

Tyler Hoffman, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2010


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At the end of the 2009-2010 academic year, CWRU president Barbara Snyder approached the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning (CCEL) with the hope of promoting more CWRU-involved community service in the Cleveland community. An important priority, Snyder also wanted to recognize the students that...

CWRU adopts American Council of Education guidance

Sean Hobson, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2010


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A year after president Synder took office in 2007, she introduced a new five year strategic plan titled “Forward Thinking.” One of the goals of this plan involves promoting an inclusive culture of global citizenship. This small bullet point in the forward thinking university plan gave rise to the...

Marla J. Radvansky, valued CWRU community member, passes away unexpectedly

Marla J. Radvansky, valued CWRU community member, passes away unexpectedly

Jacob Martin, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2010


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On Friday, Sept. 3, 2010, Case Western Reserve University and the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing lost an irreplaceable asset to the community. Her name was Marla J. Radvansky. Her death was unexpected and was quite a shock to the CWRU community. Radvansky worked within CWRU’s engineering...

USG Brief

Sage Schaff, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2010


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Though only mentioned briefly in official business, Homecoming seemed to be on everyone’s mind at Case Western Reserve University’s Undergraduate Student Government (USG) General Assembly this past Tuesday, Sept. 28. USG has had a large hand in the preparations for this weekend, which features the...

Faculty senate evaluates possibility of core curriculum

Faculty senate evaluates possibility of core curriculum

Nick Knoske, Assistant News Editor

October 1, 2010


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In response to concerns raised by Case Western Reserve University’s school of engineering, the University’s faculty senate has initiated an investigation into the possibility of a core curriculum that would be shared by all undergraduate students regardless of the school they belong to. Currently...

USG Brief

Sage Schaff, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2010


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Guest speaker Margaret Carney, University architect and planner, dominated this week’s Case Western Reserve University Undergraduate Student Government (USG) General Assembly. Her hour-long presentation highlighted five major projects in University Circle that will directly benefit CWRU students within...

Bone health not just for grandparents

Colin Lux, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2010


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Students may think that now they’re young and strong and you won’t have to worry about osteoporosis, but they would be wrong. This chronic illness may be closer than most people tthink. Poor lifestyle choices and our nasty little habits can easily catapult you into a downward spiral to this major...

Beating the banks with checking and savings accounts

Beating the banks with checking and savings accounts

Bill Boyer, OSCPA Ambassador

September 24, 2010


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Opening up checking and savings accounts is the first step in taking control of your personal finances. If you already have a checking and savings account, you are on the right track. If your parents manage them though, you should probably ask them permission to be reading a newspaper all by yourself...

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