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Meredith Collier's Articles

3/26/10
  • Minh for the win? Current vice president of student life Minh-Tri Nguyen seeks USG presidency
  • New performing arts center announced
  • Nguyen wins USG presidency
2/19/10
  • Katie Couric to deliver CWRU's commencement keynote address
2/12/10
  • SEC referendum completed; student salaries no longer to be paid from the student activities fee
2/5/10
  • RecycleMania at CWRU
  • USG Minutes: February 2
1/29/10
  • USG Minutes
1/22/10
  • Nothing gold can stay: DC++ network shut down permanently
11/20/09
  • CWRU's Eco-Party
  • USG Brief
11/13/09
  • Center for Women presents Kick it or Click It
11/6/09
  • Have you heard about National Society of Collegiate Scholars?
10/9/09
  • Homecoming at CWRU
  • Preparing for 2009's local and state elections
9/25/09
  • Case EMS 'saves the day' at mass casualty drill
9/18/09
  • Nursing "freshmen stimulus" provides support for incoming students, provokes unease
9/11/09
  • Mary Robinson awarded 2009 Inamori Ethics Prize
4/24/09
  • Cleveland Museum of Art hosts unique exhibition of powerful African artwork
  • Spartans of Style: What not to wear
4/17/09
  • Have you heard about: Ballroom Dance Society?
4/10/09
  • Spartans of Style: Back to the '80s
4/3/09
  • Saturday of Service exposes students to different side of Cleveland
3/27/09
  • Case Western students watch over El Salvador's presidential election
  • Have you heard about: Case Reserve Outing Club?
  • Spartans of Style: Examining the Europeans
3/20/09
  • Have you heard about: Case VOX?
3/6/09
  • Have you heard about: Student Executive Council?
  • Spartans of Style: Picking the perfect suit
2/27/09
  • New program begs question: What is an internship worth?
2/20/09
  • Spartans of Style: avoiding formal wear fiascoes

In This Issue

News

  • Greek Week Results
  • Nguyen wins USG presidency
  • New performing arts center announced
  • Representative Barbara Lee addresses concerns over new health care bill
  • 2010 USG executive board candidates speak
  • SEC proposes cutting 20 percent of Greek life funds
  • Can you name this place?
  • Minh for the win? Current vice president of student life Minh-Tri Nguyen seeks USG presidency
  • Undergraduate Student Government polls open through tonight
  • Weberian politics: Current vice president of finance Max Weber campaigns for the USG presidency

Sports

  • CWRU head coaches conference's lowest paid
  • Distance does well at Wake Forest
  • Future is promising for new boathouse
  • Mather Park close to completion
  • Men's tennis squeaks by Walsh, pound John Carroll
  • Spartan Spotlight: Steve Bills
  • Spartans get swept
  • Spartans knock off No. 2-ranked Heidelberg
  • Z's return

Fun Page

  • Crossword solution
  • Sudoku Easy Solution
  • Sudoku Evil Solution

Opinion

  • Editorial: Maltz Center a great gift, with some questions remaining
  • Foreign sentiments: an American's reception abroad
  • Formality: dead and gone
  • Letters to the Editor: firearms and Greek funding
  • State of health care not worthy of "crisis" label
  • What is your favorite Greek Week event?

Focus

  • Hellogoodbye deliver solid performance
  • PTG acknowledges 10th anniversary of The Laramie Project with heartfelt production
  • Xiu Xiu frontman discusses experimentation, upcoming performance
  • An in-depth look: Will You Marry Us?
  • Case Animal Rights and Ethics Society sees green at vegan dinner
  • CIA Student Exhibition displays student works with minimalist atmosphere
  • Lifehouse to open for Daughtry at Wolstein Center; bassist speaks
  • Notes from the flowers: florals for spring
  • Ryan Keytack wins Dancing with the CWRU Stars
  • Argument against complaints
  • Over 300 films from over 60 countries in one city: The 34th annual Cleveland International Film Festival
  • Sex and dating: A capacity for change
  • The Buzz

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