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Former director of greek life became pre-medical advisor

Former director of greek life became pre-medical advisor

Jeffrey Lee, Contributing Reporter
February 3
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The beginning of the spring 2017 semester marked a return to campus for students but also  for recently hired Pre-Medical Advisor Wesley Schaub, who began advising pre-medical students at Case Western Reserve University this semester. The position was previously held by Steven Scherger, who is now ... Read more »

Meetup for demonstration at Market Square planned

Kushagra Gupta, Director of Print
February 1
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French Professor Marie Lathers is coordinating a meetup for those looking to join a demonstration planned at Market Square Park this Friday, Feb. 3, at 4 p.m. She has planned a poster making session for that morning at 10 a.m. in Guilford House’s dining room and a meet-up at 2:45 p.m. on the Main Quad t... Read more »

CWRU students join Women’s March on Cleveland, D.C.

Eamon Sheehan and Christopher Nguyen
January 27
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On Saturday morning, Jan. 21, a fourth-year Case Western Reserve University student woke up early to make signs, despite not getting enough sleep the night before. Marlowe Susselman was excited to know that she was going to participate in “something important.” When she arrived at Public Squa... Read more »

Activity fair held first time in spring

Activity fair held first time in spring

Tian Yang, Staff Reporter
January 27
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On Friday, Jan. 20, The Office of Student Activities and Leadership (SA&L) held the first spring Student Activity Fair consisting of 129 student groups. An addition to the usual fall activity fair, the event is designed to provide students with more opportunities to get involved on campus. The... Read more »

Campus Reacts To Trump Inauguration

Henry Bendon, Staff Reporter
January 27
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Anmol Nigam The reaction last Friday to the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, was rather subdued. Unlike the events of the following day, which featured Case Western Reserve University students marching in both Cleveland and Washington D.C., activities of any kind, from celebration to protest, were fairly... Read more »

USG launches online concern box, project tracker

Celia Wan, News Editor
January 27
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This semester, Undergraduate Student Government (USG) launched two new platforms to increase transparency and facilitate communication with students: the online campus concern box and the initiative tracker. The concern box (change.case.edu) is a website that collects student concerns. It was a brainchild of Ti... Read more »

International studies: how two CWRU students spent their winter break

International studies: how two CWRU students spent their winter break

Kushagra Gupta, Staff Reporter
January 20
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For many students the three weeks without classes between semesters is a time to take things easy at home, but for two, it involved adventures in different parts of the world. Leading an engineering project in Costa Rica Second-year chemical engineering major Neil Chavan spent five days in Costa Rica, leading... Read more »

Women’s March On Washington draws nationwide, local support

Henry Bendon, Contributing Reporter
January 20
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Today Donald J. Trump will be sworn into office as the 45th president of the United States. Upon inauguration, the new president will have the lowest favorability rating in the past four decades. This is possibly due to to the fact that his platform on the issues of women’s health and rights was less-than... Read more »

More than book loaning: KSL hosts Human Library

Smruthi Maganti, Copy Editor
January 20
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n the coming weeks, Case Western Reserve University is hosting its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The events span three weeks, beginning on Jan. 16 with a student symposium and culminating on Feb. 3 with the MLK Convocation featuring Margot Lee Shetterly, the author of “Hidden Figures.”... Read more »

Women of Color series explores intersectional feminism

Tian Yang, Staff Reporter
January 20
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On Jan. 18, Flora Stone Mather Center for Women hosted a workshop called “Intersectional Feminism–Navigating the Intersections” as part of its Women of Color Series. The workshop was led by Shemariah J. Arki from the School of Education at Northeastern University. The word “intersectionalit... Read more »

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