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Sultan Ahmed

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Sultan Ahmed's Articles

12/4/09
  • The Observer's choices for the best books of 2009
11/20/09
  • Nothing much humane about humanity
11/6/09
  • Rwandan genocide convicts should serve sentences in home country
10/16/09
  • Media frequently in need of second-guessing
9/25/09
  • Genocide rape should be treated as weapon of mass destruction
9/11/09
  • Waxing philosophic on international justice
8/28/09
  • Darfur progress may be transient
4/17/09
  • Eight stages of genocide offer chances for prevention
4/3/09
  • Case student brings poet to campus for capstone project
  • Khmer Rouge trial will set paradigm for international justice
3/20/09
  • $10.4 billion for NIH in stimulus bill might mean significant grants for Case Western research
  • International community should intervene militarily in Sudan
3/6/09
  • Research at Case: Indian philosophy
2/27/09
  • Lack of strong decision with regard to Bashir exposes ICC's shortcomings
2/13/09
  • United States has no reason to abstain from joining ICC
2/6/09
  • Black History Month luncheon
1/30/09
  • Discussions offers a forum for undergraduate research
  • Genocide Prevention Task Force guidelines are vague, useless
1/23/09
  • Spring TV season holds both promise and dismay for viewers
11/21/08
  • Public affairs discussion group is wealth of knowledge for students and faculty alike
10/10/08
  • Young mayoral candidate inspires with new book
10/3/08
  • Did you remember to register to vote?
  • Women of Achievement luncheon recognizes achievements of female faculty
9/26/08
  • Darfur conflict continues amid little foreign support

In This Issue

Cross Country

  • Women finish 15th in nation; Simpson has best finish in university history

News

  • A conversation with Christina Mastrangelo
  • CWRU students among thousands at SOA protest
  • CWRU's Great Lakes Energy Institute honored as "Center of Excellence"
  • Relay for Life 2010 kicks off with recruitment fair
  • Smart holiday spending tips
  • USG Minutes

Spartan Spotlight

  • Spartan Spotlight: Reid Anderson

Sex and Dating

  • Are you tired?

Sports

  • All-American, UAA honorees back
  • Building starts on Mather Park
  • Dukes, Criss keep grapplers strong in the middle
  • For Spartans, Allegheny is splitsville
  • Revolving door is no good for the Browns
  • So far, it's been so good for women's basketball

Football

  • Early Ending: Spartans eliminated from playoffs by Trine University

Fun Page

  • Combo Scramble Solution
  • Crossword Solution
  • Sudoku Solutions

Worst Case Scenario

  • Reading days and salad days

Opinion

  • Column on smoking misinformed
  • Copenhagen summit may not be effective
  • Divisive politics dilute meaningful discourse
  • Editorial: Semester grades
  • Junior year abroad - wait, a whole year?
  • Take some time to earn your coal
  • What are your plans for winter break?

Focus

  • Director Peter Jackson discusses film adaptation of The Lovely Bones
  • M.U.S.I.C. assembles talented group of musicians for 24-hour recital
  • Surviving the home stretch
  • The Buzz
  • The Observer's choices for the best books of 2009
  • The Observer's choices for the best films of 2009
  • The Observer's choices for the best music of 2009
  • The Observer's choices for the best video games of 2009
  • The Spectrum Drag Ball
  • tUnE-yArDs' debut record merges folk music with noise

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