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Cleveland Museum of Art's Mysteries After Dark event proves successful

Cleveland Museum of Art's Mysteries After Dark event proves successful

In March of 1970, one of the few copies of Rodin's The Thinker was brutally vandalized outside the Cleveland Museum of Art. A bomb exploded at the base of the sculpture, destroying The Thinker's legs and creating a curious plume-like refiguring of the remaining portions.

Botanical Gardens to host end-of-season book and herb sale, poetry reading

Botanical Gardens to host end-of-season book and herb sale, poetry reading

As much as people long to hold onto summer, the weather has been convincing them to move on. Even as residents brace for the intense Cleveland weather, they can still enjoy nature's simple summer pleasures at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens.

Soulsavers team up with Mark Lanegan, bring stormy alternative rock to the Grog Shop

Soulsavers team up with Mark Lanegan, bring stormy alternative rock to the Grog Shop

Alternative rock group Soulsavers began when Rich Machin and Ian Glover got together to create their debut album, Tough Guys Don't Dance, in 2003.

Hitting the Spot: Ben Sollee

Hitting the Spot: Ben Sollee

Do you love cello but can't bear to listen to that Yo-Yo Ma album one more time? UPB is bringing some unconventional artists to town on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 9 p.m. to show CWRU students what they've been missing out on.

Return to Forever returns to Cleveland, thrills audiences with virtuosic jazz

Return to Forever returns to Cleveland, thrills audiences with virtuosic jazz

Legendary jazz fusion band, Return to Forever, reunited last year for a final tour.

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Players Theater Group goes Barefoot in the Park with latest production, provide solid entertainment

Neil Simon's classic comedy, Barefoot in the Park, was recently performed by the Players Theater Group at Case Western Reserve University's Black Box Theater last weekend and needless to say, it generated some much-needed laughter on campus.

Talking over Mr. and Mrs. Right

Application hell

Worst Case Scenario

The problem with being at Case Western Reserve University, an institution with a powerful pre-professional emphasis, is that everyone is expected to know what their future plans are at any given time.

In This Issue

News

  • Can you name this place?
  • Have you heard about Case Western Undergraduate Bioethics Society?
  • Homecoming at CWRU
  • Preparing for 2009's local and state elections
  • President Barbara Snyder engages the student body in first-ever student State of the University address
  • RAD classes aim to protect students
  • Six CWRU students test positive for H1N1
  • Students celebrate sustainability at campus-wide GreenFest

Sports

  • At least Anderson keeps it close
  • First round robin puts Spartans in driver's seat
  • Football Gameday: Case vs. Wooster
  • For Denison QB, first test is daunting
  • Judges bring Spartans down to earth

Fun Page

  • Combo Scramble Solution
  • Crossword Solution
  • Maze Solution
  • Sudoku Solutions

Opinion

  • Drastic healthcare reform unnecessary, wasteful
  • Editorial: USG must take action, stem abundance of resignations
  • Moore's Capitalism: an undeserved bully pulpit
  • Recycling: getting to know your plastics
  • State sex education legislation provides needed overhaul
  • State your case: what do you do on a rainy day?

Focus

  • Acappella for Africa successful fundraiser for Global Medical Initiative, showcases CWRU's multiude of a cappella talents
  • Baker-Nord Center to hold student-run Flip Camera Film Festival
  • Botanical Gardens, Baker-Nord Center present compelling afternoon of poetry reading and composition
  • Cleveland Museum of Art opens Paul Gauguin: Paris, 1889 exhibit
  • Eldred Theater season opens with Heidi Chronicles
  • GLTF season opens with gut-busting Edwin Drood
  • Hitting the Spot: Cody Wood
  • Kid Cudi brings introspective musical perspective to Case Western
  • The Buzz
  • Thinking about summer jobs and real-world employment can never start too early

Cross Country

  • Women emerge from "mud pit" with title

Football

  • Nicely catches 3 TDs in win

Sex and Dating

  • The real reason to get a flu shot

Soccer

  • Streak snapped: Spartans get first UAA win since '06

Spartan Spotlight

  • Spartan Spotlight: Brian Evans

Worst Case Scenario

  • Cold season

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