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Observer Halloween Story Contest

Anna Giubileo & Ian Pallares, 2nd Year Students

November 1, 2019

Ian Pallares - 2nd Year - 1st Place Out in the countryside, my uncle told me that you don’t go checking out any strange noises in your fields after dark. And if you decide to do it anyways and get got, nobody’s gonna ask many questions. Two days before I left for Case Western Reserve Univers...

It Happened on Campus: The Observer’s Scary Nonfiction Contest

Won Hee Kim, Director of Print

October 11, 2019

It’s 2 a.m. in the morning, and you’re walking to your dorm room from a wild party on Hessler Road. You first notice the sound—like an old piece of paper crinkled behind your ear. You turn around. Nothing. Then, suddenly, it appears. The guidelines for The Observer’s short story contest. The ...

Fun Page Solutions – Issue 25: 4/12/19

Fun Page Solutions – Issue 25: 4/12/19

Ryan Yoo, Director of Design

April 12, 2019

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Fun Page Issue 24: 4/5/2019

Fun Page Issue 24: 4/5/2019

Ryan Yoo, Director of Design

April 5, 2019

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Are we living in the golden era of comic book adaptations?

Are we living in the golden era of comic book adaptations?

Henry Bendon, Staff Reporter

March 29, 2019

While recent changes to the Disney-Netflix relationship have caused the cancellation of shows “Jessica Jones” and “Luke Cage,” the imminent arrival of a Disney-owned streaming service promises a replacement lineup in the near future. Meanwhile, films like “Captain Marvel” are doing exceedingly...

Taiwanese game “Devotion” removed from Steam

Taiwanese game “Devotion” removed from Steam

David Chang, Staff Reporter

March 22, 2019

In the horror game “Devotion,” a father character kills his daughter in a bath of snakes, but it was Winnie the Pooh that ultimately caused the game to be taken off Steam. “Devotion” walks the player through a first-person perspective of a delusional screenwriter who develops cult-like belief...

“Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” and the power of stress projection

“Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” and the power of stress projection

Lars Torres, Staff Reporter

March 22, 2019

Out today is a video game meant not just for fun but for illuminating self-achievement. A video game that aims for you to tear your hair out but revel in your eventual successes against an imposing and deadly force. A video game that both de-stresses you from your academics, social interactions and more, w...

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