The Observer

Moran: What the new defense bill means for feminists

Taylor Moran, Executive Editor

July 23, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

I, like many other people, do not particularly like the Draft and the idea of people serving in the military against their will. That being said, the new defense bill that the Senate just passed made me happier than I’ve ever been hearing about anything related to the military. For a bit of backg...

CWRU hosts Veteran’s Day event

CWRU hosts Veteran’s Day event

November 13, 2014


Filed under Headlines, News

[portfolio_slideshow id=13005] Case Western Reserve University held a Veteran’s Day Commemoration and National Roll Call event on Nov. 11. Students, faculty and staff gathered outside of Adelbert Hall to recognize veterans and hear remarks from Ohio Sen. Frank LaRose. There was also a National Roll...

From Virginia to Okinawa, CWRU student served his country

From Virginia to Okinawa, CWRU student served his country

Garretson Oester, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2014


Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

Kyle Nelson’s path did not originally lead him to Case Western Reserve University. It first wound through Parris Island, NC, Virginia Beach, the Mojave Desert and Okinawa, Japan. Nelson joined the Marine Corps in 2003, but even then, his path was not typical. As a bassoon player, he filled his senior...

CWRU reinstalls veteran’s memorial

Miriam Ridge, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2014


Filed under Headlines, News

On Oct. 20, construction workers began to reinstall the Veterans Memorial Flagpole behind the Amasa Stone Chapel at the end of the Binary Walkway. They expect to complete it on Friday, Oct. 31. The memorial was built in 1962, on the campus of the Case Institute of Technology, near the Olin Building....

Case Western Reserve University's independent student news source
military