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Homecoming Pep: The Marching Spartans

Homecoming Pep: The Marching Spartans

Anne Nickoloff, Music Reporter

September 21, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Top Stories

With windows wide open in this sunny weather, students in North Residential Village common rooms hear an interruption like no other twice a week. “What is that?” is a question that often resonates around my residence hall. After performing for four years in my high school’s marching band, the sou...

Volleyball runners up at Gator Invite, continue best start

Volleyball runners up at Gator Invite, continue best start

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

September 21, 2012


Filed under Sports, Top Stories, Volleyball

Freeman shatters school record for career assists with 3057 Despite a pair of losses last week, the Case Western Reserve University volleyball team continues on its best start in program history. The Spartans (11-2) finished 2-1 on the weekend at the Allegheny Gator Invitational after dropp...

University benefactor, alumnus Tinkham Veale II passes away

University benefactor, alumnus Tinkham Veale II passes away

Sage Schaff, Tyler Hoffman, and Greg Bokar

September 21, 2012


Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

Some say philanthropy is, at its core, more self-interested than selfless. But for Tinkham Veale, given his background, it was never about seeing his name on a building or being congratulated. He grew up in Kansas during the 1920s, mining oil fields until he decided to come to Case Institute of Technology...

EC-UC Connections bridge gaps

EC-UC Connections bridge gaps

Suneil Kamath, Civic Engagement Reporter

September 21, 2012


Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

Every few weeks, a group of students from Shaw High School in East Cleveland and Case Western Reserve University come together in a group called EC-UC Connections. Their mission is to break down stereotypical barriers and bridge the gap between the two distinct areas. EC-UC Connections began last wint...

Students shack up for charity

Students shack up for charity

Brian Sherman, Campus Events Reporter

September 14, 2012


Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

What happens when one introduces a mountain of old boxes to about 100 college students? The answer is Let's Shack Up 2012. Last Friday, cardboard, creativity, and Case Western Reserve University students populated Adelbert Gymnasium to participate in Habitat for Humanity’s signature event. During Let’s...

Students, alumni, families to convene for weeklong celebration

Students, alumni, families to convene for weeklong celebration

Jenna Millemaci, Assistant News Editor

September 14, 2012


Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

As September unfolds with the familiar crispness and snowballing workload, nothing can make the transition into the fall easier than the Case Western Reserve University tradition of Homecoming week. For the first time at CWRU, the festive week of Spartan pride will be combined with Alumni Weekend...

CSSA hosts successful barbeque, opens club to new members

CSSA hosts successful barbeque, opens club to new members

Shinichi Inoue, Special Assignments Reporter

September 14, 2012


Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

Over the past weekend, the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) hosted its annual Welcome Party Barbeque on the shores of Lake Erie. Despite evening temperatures dropping for the first time since spring, the event still began without much issue. This year, over 150 students attended the cerem...

Behind stone walls, part 1: entering the Dittrick Medical History Center

Behind stone walls, part 1: entering the Dittrick Medical History Center

Tyler Hoffman, Editor-in-Chief

August 31, 2012


Filed under Top Stories

Editor’s note: Each day sickly patients and concerned families arrive at University Hospitals Case Medical Center, searching for hope in the medical expertise that fills the institution’s corridors. Less than a block away behind stone walls lays a different building – one that holds the road map...

Phishing in the CWRU pond

Phishing in the CWRU pond

Sam Lehencker, Campus Issues Reporter

August 31, 2012


Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

On the weekend prior to Welcome Weekend, Aug. 18-19, 75 students were affected by two separate “phishing” emails sent out to case.edu users by entities masquerading as CWRU’s Information Technology Services (ITS). The content of these emails included requests for users to reply to the messages...

Environmentalist to receive prestigious Inamori Ethics Prize

Environmentalist to receive prestigious Inamori Ethics Prize

Jenna Millemaci, Assistant News Editor

August 31, 2012


Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

This Thursday, Sept. 6, Case Western Reserve University’s Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence will be presenting the exalted 2012 Inamori Ethics Prize to David Suzuki, a 70-year-old Canadian author, director, producer, and environmental activist. Suzuki has produced over two dozen...

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