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Editorial: Permanent solutions necessary to protect student safety

Abstract:
President Snyder's e-mail regarding a student hit by a car was a chilling way to begin the academic year here at Case Western Reserve University. Of course, we're all very relieved that the student was treated immediately, and we hope he recovers as soon so that he can rejoin campus as a student and not a victim of a regrettable accident....

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Brian

posted 9/04/10 @ 11:06 AM EST

The sidewalk was across from the binary before Euclid reconstruction. It was closed on purpose during the redesign. Not sure what the reasoning was.

What is Cleveland's laws on bicycle on sidewalks? In come cities, bikers must walk their bike through crosswalks because it prevents a bikers from approaching an intersection to quickly and not be seen by turning cars.

I have not seen it by Case students, but I wish other bikers in Cleveland would be more consistent in their actions. I am sick of the bikers that go back and forth from sidewalk to road, and do not obey the laws of either. It makes it very hard as a driver to know what to expect and makes it very dangerous for the biker. When bikers are no the road, they should be traveling with traffic flows and be obeying all laws.
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News

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  • Bone health not just for grandparents
  • Saturday Tutoring Program at Church of the Covenant begins 21st year
  • Season of giving begins with Charity Choice 2010
  • Students shack up for Habitat for Humanity
  • USG Brief

Sports

  • Another game slips away as CWRU men's soccer falls to Oberlin 2-1
  • Freshly hired swimming head coach to kick off a new era
  • Levey sisters kick up pace for Spartans on the pitch
  • Spartan Spotlight: Kristina Vaci
  • Volleyball wins 8 in a row

Fun Page

  • Fun Page Solutions 9/24/2010

Opinion

  • Back away from the camera, Bristol
  • Editorial: Thinking beyond our buble
  • State Your Case 09/24/2010
  • Taking the hit: the case for legalizing pot

Focus

  • Art for art's sake
  • Artists and other community members chalk up CMA
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  • Communication breakdown
  • Delta Gamma hosts entertaining, philanthropic Anchor Splash
  • First-ever Farm Harvest Festival kicks off tomorrow
  • Serena Maneesh
  • Visitors "Walk All Over Waterloo" in celebration of area revitalization

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