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March 05, 2012

Students Making a Difference

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University Circle is an economic powerhouse in Cleveland. Students and research bring jobs to the community. How do students and faculty engage with the community when they are not studying or working in laboratories? This week Regionally Speaking invited two undergraduates who were honored at the Students Making a Difference Luncheon at Case Western Reserve University. Alexis Crosby, a junior studying sociology student, and Allison George, a senior studying sociology and musical performance, discuss experiences tutoring high school students and organizing Relay for Life, a fundraising event for cancer research.

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(left) Alexis D. Crosby, sociology undergraduate at Case Western Reserve University
(center) Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
(right) Allison George, a sociology student at Case Western Reserve University and a viola musician at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

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