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Politics you should care about

Politics you should care about

Jackson Rudoff, Staff Reporter

January 18, 2019


Filed under News, Outside the Circle

Brexit Plan Sees Historic Defeat On Tuesday, the British Parliament voted on a proposed plan for the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union. Put forth by Prime Minister Theresa May, it was supposed to be the finishing touch on what has been a prolonged separatist battle set off by 2016’s ...

CWRU travels to Vegas for largest tech conference

CWRU travels to Vegas for largest tech conference

Eddie Kerekes, Staff Reporter

January 18, 2019


Filed under Events & Talks, News, Outside the Circle, Top Stories

While most students returned home for winter break, over three dozen Case Western Reserve University students, faculty and alumni traveled to Las Vegas at the beginning of January. It wasn’t all casinos, buffets and large productions. The CWRU representatives attended CES 2019 from Jan. 8-11. CWRU reserv...

Community partnership helps human trafficking victims

Anna Giubileo, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018


Filed under News, Outside the Circle

In its inaugural year, the Clothesline Project is working to provide clothes for girls and young women who have fallen victim to human trafficking. From Dec. 3 through 21, students, faculty and community members can donate gently used clothes to the project, which is an effort by the Begun Center fo...

Politics you should care about

Jackson Rudoff, Opinion Editor

December 7, 2018


Filed under News, Outside the Circle

Michael Flynn to receive little jail time President Donald Trump’s former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn returned to headlines this past week. Robert Mueller, the head of a Justice Department inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 election, announced Flynn had cooperated extensi...

Cleveland journalist Nikki Delamotte murdered in Wood County

Matt Hooke, A&E Editor

November 16, 2018


Filed under News, Outside the Circle

Nikki Delamotte represented some of the best that Cleveland journalism had to offer. As an arts and culture reporter for Cleveland.com, she covered the hidden gems that make the city special, often discussing how people took elements of Cleveland’s past to create a brighter future, from how Maple Lane...

US-China relations discussed at international summit

Jack Heneghan, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2018


Filed under News, Outside the Circle

The U.S. has long been a world superpower, but some suspect a new challenger is giving the country a run for its money: China. The U.S.-China International Summit at Case Western Reserve University was held for the second year in a row to discuss U.S.-China relations and the current trade war between t...

Cleveland Catch Up

Emily Young, Copy Editor

November 9, 2018


Filed under Cleveland Catch Up, News, Outside the Circle

Record voter turnout for 2018 gubernatorial election On Tuesday Nov. 6, Ohio voters turned out in record numbers to vote in the 2018 midterm elections. In the gubernatorial race between Democrat Richard Cordray and Republican Mike DeWine, preliminary tallies showed 4,307,665 votes cast, according...

Politics you should care about

Jackson Rudoff, Opinion Editor

November 2, 2018


Filed under News, Outside the Circle

Election Day is Nov. 6 Next Tuesday, people around the country will head to polling places to vote in their respective midterm elections. As opposed to presidential elections, midterm general elections often struggle to generate the same level of turnout. Correcting this pattern has been the goal of a nu...

Public Affairs talk to cover future of Cleveland air travel

Miriam Ridge, Contributing Reporter

September 25, 2014


Filed under Headlines, News, Outside the Circle

On Sept. 26, Todd F. Payne, the chief of Marketing and Air Service Development of the Cleveland Airport System, will visit Case Western Reserve University to lead a discussion on the future of air service in Cleveland. The discussion will provide the opportunity for the CWRU community to learn more...

Russian president Vladimir Putin likes animals

Mark Patteson, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2014


Filed under News, Outside the Circle

In preparation for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, Vladimir Putin visited a Persian leopard sanctuary when suddenly a six-month-old cub attacked two journalists. Known for his action in the face of danger, Putin leaped into the fray like an agile cat and subdued the cub by calmly cuddling...

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