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Head Coach Reimer ties program wins record

Head Coach Reimer ties program wins record

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
February 17
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories, Women's Basketball

Head Coach Jennifer Reimer has tied the record for the coach with the most wins in her program’s history. The Case Western Reserve University women’s basketball coach led her team to the 119th and 120th wins of her career on Feb. 10 and 12. The Spartans defended their home court against two Universi... Read more »

New alumni center opens to host student events

New alumni center opens to host student events

Celia Wan, News editor
February 17
Filed under News, Top Stories

The Foster-Castele Great Hall, an addition to the Linsalata Alumni Center, will soon be open not only to alumni but to all student organizations on campus. The hall only recently completed construction over winter break and is able to host up to 280 people. Intended to serve as a large gathering place... Read more »

FiveThirtyEight reporter, Cleveland native speaks on Trump

FiveThirtyEight reporter, Cleveland native speaks on Trump

Eamon Sheehan, Staff Reporter
February 17
Filed under News, Top Stories

Political writer Clare Malone took to Twitter on Feb. 7 to announce her return to Cleveland, praising the Cuyahoga River as a “beautiful, crooked river that hasn't been on fire for years.” The next day, the FiveThirtyEight.com reporter spent the afternoon speaking on the Case Western Reserve Univ... Read more »

Men’s basketball back to winning ways

Men’s basketball back to winning ways

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter
February 17
Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

The Case Western Reserve University men's basketball team picked up two key wins this week to stop their nine game losing streak. The Spartans won against New York University (NYU) 84-81 and Brandeis University 88-66. The two wins raised the Spartans’ overall record to 7-15 and the two conference ... Read more »

North Loop shuttles skirt the KSL Oval

North Loop shuttles skirt the KSL Oval

Shivalika Keni, Copy Editor
February 17
Filed under News, Top Stories

At the beginning of this semester, students who commute via the Evening North Loop shuttles found that the buses do not stop in front of Kelvin Smith Library anymore. Instead, a new stop has been added at the west entrance of Thwing Center. At the beginning of the Spring semester, KSL Oval was sealed off... Read more »

Losses keep coming

Losses keep coming

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter
February 10
Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

The Case Western Reserve University men’s basketball team had another tough weekend, extending their losing streak to nine games with losses against the University of Chicago and against Washington University in St. Louis (WashU). The Spartans are now 5-15 overall and 0-9 in the University Athletic ... Read more »

Wrestlers rise together

Wrestlers rise together

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor
February 10
Filed under Sports, Top Stories, Wrestling

It’s 6 a.m. on a Saturday morning in the beginning of February. There’s snow covering the ground, and the Weather application says it feels less than 10 degrees. The campus is deserted. The late night revelers have just gone to bed, but the early risers have not awoken. Despite the desolation, the... Read more »

CWRU computers compromised in campus-wide hack

CWRU computers compromised in campus-wide hack

Christopher Nguyen, Staff Reporter
February 10
Filed under News, Top Stories

Exercising computer safety has always been second nature for tech-minded students here at Case Western Reserve University, but sometimes that isn’t enough. On Jan. 25, an e-mail was sent to the whole campus from University Technology (U[Tech]), indicating that just over 100 computers had been compromised... Read more »

UAA rivals dominate women’s basketball

UAA rivals dominate women’s basketball

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
February 10
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories, Women's Basketball

After a four-game home stand, the Spartans went on the road this weekend and came up short against two opponents. The Case Western Reserve University women’s basketball team now has an 11-9 record on the season and a 3-6 record in the University Athletic Association (UAA). The home stand that c... Read more »

Thwing in process of makeover, more changes expected this summer

Thwing in process of makeover, more changes expected this summer

Ellen Chen, Contributing Reporter
February 10
Filed under News, Top Stories

The Thwing Center, established as the heart of campus by the Student Presidents’ Roundtable, has undergone several changes this past semester and is expecting more this year. One of the changes is a new bulletin board in the Thwing Atrium. Since the old post office moved to the center of the at... Read more »

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