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Richards: Transportation deprivation

Richards: Transportation deprivation

Jason Richards, Columnist

December 8, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Top Stories

If you haven’t heard through recent Observer articles, the new transportation app “TransLoc Rider” is available for riders of the Circle Link transportation system here at Case Western Reserve University. It allows users to track shuttles by their GPS location in real-time. As the temperature...

Richards: New package room at Wade Commons poses security questions

Richards: New package room at Wade Commons poses security questions

Jason Richards, Columnists

November 17, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Top Stories

Case Western Reserve University’s Office of University Housing added a new “electronic package room” in Wade Commons of the North Residential Village that debuted on Nov. 6. According to an email sent out by University Housing, the new package system, supplied by the company Luxer One, “allow[s]...

Richards: Abandoned bicycle f(rust)ration

Richards: Abandoned bicycle f(rust)ration

Jason Richards, Columnist

November 2, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Top Stories

The frustration that ensues when putting in all of your effort to wrestle your bike between two others on a bike rack is the bane of owning a bike here at Case Western Reserve University. Besides the adrenaline of almost getting hit by a shuttle on Euclid Avenue, the reason bikers on campus have bikes is ...

Richards: We need to find the pep in our step

Jason Richards, Columnist

October 13, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Pep rallies, football games, homecoming, prom—there’s definitely a high school experience that left a memory in your mind you wish you could relive. Maybe it was that one night where you got to dress up and release your sub-par dance moves in the gymnasium, or a brisk Friday night football game ...

Richards: The bicycle dilemma on campus

Richards: The bicycle dilemma on campus

Jason Richards, Columnist

September 29, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

You’re biking to class and a student decides to sidestep in front of you. Or perhaps a group of students feel the need to take up the whole sidewalk. This leaves you no choice but to sacrifice your comfort and take the grass detour or squeeze between that pole and the curb. If you’re a biker on ca...

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