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“The Program:” shaping leadership at CWRU

“The Program:” shaping leadership at CWRU

Ben Resnick, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2018

Filed under Sports

Back in the fall, my coach asked me if I would partake in a leadership program headed by the Case Western Reserve University Department of Athletics called, “The Program.” I did not have a great idea of what I was getting into, but I became committed and began attending the sessions twice a semester. ...

A look at the new turf on North Side’s athletic fields

A look at the new turf on North Side’s athletic fields

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor

July 22, 2017

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Over the past few years, new buildings and renovations of current ones have dominated summer construction at Case Western Reserve University. Now, the fields get their turn. CWRU replaced the 12-year old turf on DiSanto Field and is in the process of replacing the infields at both Mather Park and No...

Heather O’Keeffe: Rethinking the student-athlete education

Heather O'Keeffe

September 18, 2015

Filed under Uncategorized

Professional athletes are gods among mortals. They are stronger, faster and more skilled than us normal human beings. Usain Bolt’s speed is astounding, LeBron James’ skill is riveting and Serena Williams’ dominance has captured the attention of the world. Once society places an athlete on a pedestal...

Towel change

JP. O’Hagan, Sports Editor

October 3, 2014

Filed under Headlines, News

The soft comfort of drying off after a tough workout or a good swim has become a little bit pricier for the students at Case Western Reserve University. Before this year, the Veale Center lent towels to students free of cost. Now, the Athletics Department has changed its policy, requiring a $40 per...

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