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Study Abroad: Financially accessible?

Study Abroad: Financially accessible?

Jasmine Gallup, Staff Reporter
September 16
Filed under Campus Insider, News

With universities across the country getting increasingly competitive about attracting prospective students, or ‘prospies,’ one of the things that’s getting the spotlight on almost every campus tour is the seemingly omnipresent study abroad program. The ease with which students can travel inter...

International dinner recognizes global CWRU

International dinner recognizes global CWRU

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor
April 15
Filed under Headlines, News

Forty-five percent of undergraduate students at Case Western Reserve University in 2014-2015 studied abroad, and the university has nearly 2,100 international students. To celebrate the university’s internationalization, the Center for International Affairs held their second International Achievement...

CWRU students in Brussels safe during attacks

CWRU students in Brussels safe during attacks

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor
March 25
Filed under Headlines, News, Top Stories

On their first morning after arriving in Brussels, Belgium, two Case Western Reserve University students were tired, so they decided to take an extra nap before heading out into the city. As they were getting ready to go out, they got a message from their host: Check the news, and stay out of the city. Mara...

Scholarship program to allow students to study in China

Sruthi Meka, Staff Reporter
January 16
Filed under Headlines, News

Starting in the fall 2015 semester, a new scholarship program will grant two Case Western Reserve University students the opportunity to study abroad in China. The annual program will cover tuition, basic living expenses and medical insurance for the accepted students. Travel and other personal costs...

Stories From Inside the Blockade: CWRU in Cuba

Katy Witkowski, Staff Reporter
August 24
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

“This is a place without time,” said artist Rolando Estévez Jordán.  A place where vintage American cars are used daily as taxis; where college students have never accessed the Internet; where pay phones are common, and cell phones do not have data plans.  This is where the students of SPAN 306:...

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