• Where’s Spartie?

    Where’s Spartie?

    JP. O’Hagan, Sports Editor

    October 16, 2014

    A horrible tragedy struck the members of the Case Western Reserve University community. Our beloved mascot has gone missing. Spartie is no where to be found. He was last seen happily smiling and waving during orientation week. He flexed his muscles and helped freshmen move into their new residence... READ MORE »»

  • Wyant Athletic and Wellness Center comes full circle

    Wyant Athletic and Wellness Center comes full circle

    JP. O’Hagan, Sports Editor

    October 16, 2014

    Where a year ago the Class of 2017 had their Orientation Week tent, there now stands a beautiful new athletic center. Students now patiently await the grand opening and the chance to utilize this much-needed new facility. That time grows closer, and one of the first big milestones for the building... READ MORE »»

    President Barbara R. Snyder and building namesake and major donor Dr. James Wyant, a Case Institute of Technology alumnus cut the ribbon dedicating the new Wyant Athletic and Wellness Center.

    Andrew Hodowanec/Observer

  • Professor ranked ninth most influential thinker

    Professor ranked ninth most influential thinker

    John Brogan, Contributing Reporter

    October 16, 2014

    Does a four-year undergraduate education actually make your brain bigger? This is one of the many questions that Professor Richard Boyatzis is interested in researching. Boyatzis, who teaches organizational behavior at the Weatherhead School of Management, was recently ranked the ninth most influential... READ MORE »»

    Weatherhead Professor Richard Boyatzis studies organizational behavior, leadership, and emotional intelligence.

    Courtesy Richard Boyatzis

  • Mod Coffee

    Mod Coffee

    Enio Chinca, Staff Reporter

    October 16, 2014

    The long awaited Rising Star Coffee Roaster finally opened last Friday on the corner of Edge Hill and Murray Road. The store is not too eccentric, instead blending with the scenery around it, so you may not notice at first glance. However, its unique take towards the brewing and consumption of coffee... READ MORE »»

    Rising Star uses its modern design to engage customers and encourage conversation.

    Harsha Chandupatla/Observer

  • 3, 2, 1, Brooms Up

    3, 2, 1, Brooms Up

    Brittany Bishop, Contributing Reporter

    October 16, 2014

    Dozens of students straddle their brooms, the wind flying through their hair as they race towards the coveted quaffle. But these Quidditch players aren’t at Hogwarts. They’re not wizards, and they’re not flying through the air on the latest Nimbus broomstick. They’re muggles, at the Van Horn... READ MORE »»

    Teams of students square of in the CWRU Quidditch Club’s inaugural tournament on Van Horn field.

    Courtesy CWRU Quidditch Club

Zagster expands bike share service to University Circle

Adithi Iyengar, Staff Reporter

After launching only six weeks ago, Zagster’s bike share service will be expanding to three new sites, including a University Circle location. The program started with...  Read More »

October 23, 2014

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Open for business

Open for business

JP. O'Hagan , Sports Editor

The Wyant Athletic and Wellness Center will be officially open for use Monday October 20th. The highly anticipated building was dedicated on October 9th allowing athletes...  Read More »

October 19, 2014

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Dennis Lehane’s tips for writing success

Anne Nickoloff, Arts & Entertainment Editor

“I have a theory that you have 1,000 pages of crap in you,” said author Dennis Lehane, sitting at a table surrounded by students, “and you basically just write the crap...  Read More »

October 24, 2014 • 0 comments

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Who wins?

Ted Howard

When I started my career in executive search I thought my job was to fill positions with candidates who met the criteria of the job specifications and the position description....  Read More »

October 17, 2014

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