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ZBT’s Nearly Naked Mile streaks again

Runners pose for a picture after last year's Nearly Naked Mile, many sporting ZBT t-shirts.

Brian Sherman, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2015

Residents of the North Residential Village may be raising an eyebrow on April 4 if they look outside their windows, as they’ll probably see a large crowd of people running in nothing but their undies. While this may at first seem like a large portion of the student body has finally snapped under...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon re-launches colony at CWRU following 2006 suspension

Julia Bianco, News Editor

March 20, 2015

Case Western Reserve University’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) recently inducted 32 new members, marking the fraternity’s return to campus after it was suspended in 2006. SAE was originally chartered at CWRU in 1905. In 2006 an off-campus party involving numerous brothers and subsequently...

Bigs versus littles

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Enio Chinca, Staff Reporter

November 21, 2014

Nov. 15 was a cold and somber day plagued with snow showers and frightfully bitter weather. However, this did not stop fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon from hosting their partner event: the Big Little Olympics. For brothers, friends, and everyone else, Adelbert gym was home to a variety of fun and exciting...

Theta Chi hosts Mental Health Awareness Week

Garretson Oester, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2014

Mental illness affects an average of one in four college students. Statistically, that means that 1,227 undergraduates at Case Western Reserve University could be affected, the equivalent of the class of 2017. Theta Chi fraternity saw this as an issue on campus and decided to embrace it, said fifth-year...

ZBT gives back

Gabrielle Buffington, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2014

The Transplant House of Cleveland (The House), a new nonprofit organization that temporarily houses hospital patients, is opening in University Circle with a little help from the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity at CWRU. The House offers free or reduced-cost hospitality housing to those undergoing organ...

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