The Observer

COC letter to the editor

October 10, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

As a member of the Class Officer Collective (COC), I realize there are some people on campus who are still unaware of what exactly our organization does. Many people associate COC with the class-specific programs we hold, or the large campus traditions like Hudson Relays that we coordinate. While...

Not your typical Saturday night

Temi Omilabu, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Local Events, Music

If you’re like me, and you can appreciate the vocal talent you don’t have when you hear it, Arts After Dark is the perfect event for you. Arts After Dark is an annual showcase for singers, dancers, musicians, comedians and dramatists that takes place at Harkness Chapel. The event hosted...

Students build cardboard creations at Habitat for Humanity event

Students build cardboard creations at Habitat for Humanity event

Aneeka Ayyar, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2014

Filed under Headlines, News

What could you build using only cardboard boxes, box cutters and duct tape? Attendees at Habitat for Humanity’s sixth annual Let’s Shack Up event on Sept. 26 found out. The event, which fundraised $150 for the Cleveland chapter of Habitat for Humanity, asked students to build creations using only...

Lean into discomfort

Lean into discomfort

Julia Bianco, News Editor

October 2, 2014

Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

“Part of me says that I’m used to this shit. But you never really get used to being systematically excluded from the spaces where you want to feel safe.” Junior M. C. Perrin’s words from their flash monologue reverberate throughout the Thwing lobby, hitting people with a weight heavier than...

Pie a Pi Phi

Pie a Pi Phi

September 26, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

On Friday, Sept. 19, members of the Pi Beta Phi sorority held their annual philanthropy event, “Pie a Pi Phi.” For $2, anyone could purchase one pie to slam into a sorority member’s face. However, the best deal by far was 10 pies for $10. All proceeds went to the Pi Beta Phi Foundation, which...

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