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Making champagne cocktails to celebrate the end of the semester

Chris Markham, Director of Print May 7, 2021

To celebrate the end of classes, the upcoming end of the school year and the imminent commencement for my fellow graduates, I thought it would be appropriate to share some recipes for champagne cocktails....

Pan: Walking down memory lane

Yvonne Pan, Development Editor May 7, 2021

The first article I ever wrote for The Observer was over three years ago and was about the artwork at Rising Star (remember that?). Last year, I read it for the first time since it was published, at Blue...

Cleveland local Nina Turner seeks to challenge the status quo in Congress on behalf of Cuyahoga County.

Horwitz: We must send Nina Turner to Congress this fall

Avi Horwitz, Staff Columnist May 7, 2021

If you’ve ever voted, you know the lesser-of-the-two-evils drill. So, when I walked out of the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections after voting for Bernie Sanders in the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary,...

Radwan: Graduating seniors: are you considering a graduate degree?

Aziz Radwan, Staff Columnist May 7, 2021

Similar to last year, this year’s graduating seniors are having a hard time figuring out their next step after graduation. Some of whom are asking themselves: should I seek a job in the midst of a job...

Markham: Leaving The Observer in good hands

Chris Markham, Director of Print May 7, 2021

Well, here’s the article I’ve been dreading—my goodbye article. I was in no way ready for how quickly this semester would come to an end, and I am in no way ready to write this article and say goodbye...

Pataroque: A science symposium, a reporting position, a year later

Kevin Pataroque, News Reporter May 7, 2021

The end of my undergraduate career is catching up to me. The decorations have been taken off the walls. In a manila envelope, I find the letter my father wrote to me before I left for college. By the time...

Schachter: Finding a new normal

Leah Schachter, Staff Columnist May 7, 2021

What is normal, and why do we all want it so bad? Of course, what's normal for you isn't necessarily what's normal for me. For you, normal might mean long conversations with your cat or a new dancing...

The Bad Batch, a clone trooper special forces unit made up of defective clones, takes Disney+ by storm.

“The Bad Batch” is the “Star Wars” connective tissue we never knew we needed

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor May 7, 2021

Tuesday, May 4 marked the latest iteration of “Star Wars” Day, along with a “Star Wars” property unlike any other. Yes, as you might have heard, “The Bad Batch” is the new “Star Wars” show...

Citizens for a Safer Cleveland seeks to make the Community Police Commission a permanent fixture

Editorial: Cleveland could lead the way for community oversight of the police

Editorial Board May 7, 2021

Almost a decade ago, officers from six police departments (cue the over-policing of Cleveland) chased a car from downtown to East Cleveland and proceeded to shoot at the car 137 times, killing both passengers....

Richards: Is this really goodbye?

Jason Richards, Staff Columnist May 7, 2021

So. This is it. But is it, really? Yeah, actually it is. I just had to throw in a question because my tag for the last four years at The Observer has actually been “Asking the Real Questions.” Somehow,...

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