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Upperclassmen learn networking tips at wine tasting event

Janet Lanman, Staff Reporter
April 24
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Food

The lure of free food and alcohol brought out a crowd to the House 5 in the Village at 115th last Thursday, April 16. The Upperclass Experience’s (UCE) Wine Tasting event included eight types of wine presented by sommelier Monica Minck. Graduate Resident Mentors (GRMs) Angeline Catena and Bryan Kessler...

CWRU Thoughts

CWRU Thoughts

Maria Fazal, Arts & Entertainment Editor
April 24
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life. Q: How do you like track so far? A: I love track, this is my third year running. I run the 400 and the relay. We have conference this weekend, so...

Dining Hall Wars

Dining Hall Wars

April 23
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Food, Top Stories

We solved the age-old CWRU debate: which dining hall is better?

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Constantino’s Market launches new delivery service

Tiffany Cheung, Staff Reporter
April 17
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

Sometimes Cleveland weather can make it difficult to go outside because of snow, subzero temperatures or wind blowing in every conceivable direction. With Constantino’s Market’s new pickup and delivery service, Case Western Reserve University students and Cleveland residents don’t even need to...

CWRU Thoughts

CWRU Thoughts

Maria Fazal, Copy Editor
April 17
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life. Q: What is the biggest change you’ve seen in yourself this past year? A: This is my first living alone in a different city and going to professional...

CWRU Thoughts

CWRU Thoughts

Maria Fazal, Staff Reporter
April 10
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life. Q: What is one of your fondest memories? A: I have a really close group of friends at Cutler, and on Halloween night, we all got together and went...

CWRU Thoughts

CWRU Thoughts

Maria Fazal, Copy Editor
April 3
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life. Q: What are you majoring in? A: Biomedical engineering. Q: What made you decide to major in that? A: I moved from India after high school, and...

ZBT’s Nearly Naked Mile streaks again

ZBT’s Nearly Naked Mile streaks again

Brian Sherman, Staff Reporter
April 2
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Residents of the North Residential Village may be raising an eyebrow on April 4 if they look outside their windows, as they’ll probably see a large crowd of people running in nothing but their undies. While this may at first seem like a large portion of the student body has finally snapped under...

CWRU Thoughts

CWRU Thoughts

Maria Fazal, Copy Editor
March 27
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life. Q: How did you get to this point in your life? A: In high school, I would hear stereotypes about Asians, like that they aren’t social, sporty...

CWRU Thoughts

CWRU Thoughts

Maria Fazal, Copy Editor
March 20
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

The Case Western Reserve University community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life. Q: What did you do with your spring break? A: I just went home and hung out with my family, primarily, watched a lot of TV. My older sister had her...

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