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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...

Completed construction and renovations greet returning students

Completed construction and renovations greet returning students

Celia Wan, News Editor
January 20
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As school resumes, students and faculty are greeted by two new buildings on campus: the expanded Linsalata Alumni Center and the renovated Clark Hall. Launched in spring 2016, the renovation project of Clark Hall is now partially completed. The west wing of Clark Hall is in full display with its his...

COC Class of 2019 president impeached

Celia Wan, News Editor
January 20
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Class Officer Collective (COC) Class of 2019 President Ann Jung was impeached at the end of last semester, marking the first time this has occurred in the history of COC. This leadership change is reflected in an email sent by the class officers on Jan. 18 in which Jung’s name does not appear. The im...

Trading up in the world

Trading up in the world

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor
January 20
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Friday the 13th is supposed to be an unlucky day, but for some Case Western Reserve University students it was a very lucky day indeed. On Friday, Jan. 13, a group of five graduate students at the CWRU Weatherhead School of Management won the Best Presentation Award at the 2017 Trading Technologies (...

Lunar New Year celebrates cultural diversity

Mia Huang, Staff Reporter
January 20
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After winter break, students are now back on campus ready for a new semester. However, at Case Western Reserve University, the new year celebration has not ended yet. To celebrate its multicultural student body, the CWRU campus will host its annual Lunar New Year Fireworks and Festivities.   ...

Protestors gather for #NotMyPresident rally

Protestors gather for #NotMyPresident rally

Henry Bendon, Contributing Reporter
December 9
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The afternoon of Dec. 3 was blustery, cold and a little rainy. Despite this, or perhaps in defiance of even the weather, dozens of people gathered in Public Square to protest the election of Donald Trump and an assortment of other political issues. Anarchist groups, environmental activists, anti-Dakota Access P...

Research seminar examines working life extensions’ impact

Austin Fainsold, Contributing Reporter
December 9
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Modern technological and scientific advancements of medicine have lengthened our natural lifespans and extended our working lives as well, which has raised important challenges to policies intended to support our aging worker population. The Case Western Reserve University Social Justice Institute and th...

Footlighters face financial struggle

Jasmine Gallup, Staff Reporter
December 9
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As one of the most costly student organizations on campus, Case Western Reserve University’s musical theater group the CWRU Footlighters has a relatively high budget compared to other student organizations. Like many other groups on campus, though, Footlighters applies biannually for mass funding, bu...

The Feminist Collective raises money for Planned Parenthood

The Feminist Collective raises money for Planned Parenthood

Kushagra Gupta, Staff Reporter
December 9
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On Nov. 30, the Feminist Collective at Case Western Reserve University (FCC) held a bake sale that raised $320 for Planned Parenthood, which, based on their contributors’ preferences, they plan to donate on behalf of Indiana Governor and Vice President-elect, Mike Pence. The organization also offered p...

Campaign promotes alternative cancer diagnosis method

Campaign promotes alternative cancer diagnosis method

Roxanne Yang, Staff Reporter
December 9
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Every hour, 25 people are diagnosed with lung cancer. Because lung cancer is different for every patient, the “Don’t Guess. Test.” Campaign advocates for comprehensive genomic tests that can reveal the genomic makeup of the lung cancer and generate personalized treatments. In November, Lung Cancer Awaren...

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