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University names new controller

University names new controller

Julia Clancy, Staff Reporter
August 27, 2010
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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...

Who is the Class of 2014?

Gillian Seaman, News Editor
August 27, 2010
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Increasing student diversity is a key element of Case Western Reserve University's strategic plan, and the incoming freshman do not disappoint. The Class of 2014 contains students hailing from 18 countries and 43 different states, continuing or increasing recent gains in diversity amongst the University's...

New international student orientation session debuts

Sage Schaff, Staff Reporter
August 27, 2010
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While many CWRU students were saying goodbye to family or wrapping up summer internships two weeks ago, this year’s incoming international students took part in the debut of the International Student Orientation session. As the number of students from around the world steadily increased throughout...

Washington University ends partnership with Target

Perry Stein, The Student life, Pomona College via UWIRE
August 27, 2010
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Washington U. backed out of a partnered event with Target Corp. after the retail powerhouse received heat for a donation it made to an organization backing a Minnesota gubernatorial candidate with a history of staunch opposition to gay rights. University administrators opted to cancel the Target After...

Don’t blow it all at once: financial tips for recent graduates

Don’t blow it all at once: financial tips for recent graduates

Danielle Bly, OSCPA Ambassador to CWRU
April 23, 2010
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You’ve worked your butt off for the past four or more years, and it is finally time for graduation. Your gown has been purchased, you’re finishing up finals, and you may even have a job already. But with the joys of graduation come the frustrations of the expenses associated with living on your own,...

A conversation with…Caroline Goulding

A conversation with…Caroline Goulding

Ruchi Asher, Staff Reporter
April 23, 2010
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Caroline Goulding, 17-year-old violinist studying at the Cleveland Institute of Music, was recently nominated for a Grammy Award for her first solo recording produced by Telarc International.  One of the most prominent young violinists today, she has performed with some of the top orchestras in the...

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