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Escúchanos – Andrew Torres

La Alianza, Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers, Latinx Alumni Association

October 2, 2020

In the second installment of the Escúchanos series from La Alianza, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) and the Latinx Alumni Association, we highlight the story of Andrew Torres. Listen as he speaks about his diverse experiences and makes suggestions for a stronger Case Western Reserve...

Escúchanos

La Alianza, Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers, Latinx Alumni Association

September 25, 2020

Escúchanos, or “Listen to Us,” is a collection of narratives from Latinx/Hispanic Case Western Reserve University students and alumni. Organized by La Alianza, Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) and the Latinx Alumni Association, this project is intended to recognize Hispanic Heritage...

Coronavirus resurgence and the fall semester

Nihal Manjila, Staff Reporter

August 28, 2020

As the fall semester quickly approaches, Case Western Reserve University is preparing for students to begin arriving from all across the country and beyond. Unlike previous semesters, however, the university will face the realities of a worldwide pandemic. As of Aug. 20, there are a total of 104,999...

Lessons from bread making in quarantine

Burnt bread is an acceptable reason to cry and drink before 11 a.m.

Henry Bendon, Staff Reporter

July 6, 2020

Bread. It’s a staple food, available at a wide range of prices and qualities, in various forms, across a variety of cuisines. It’s also a relatively simple food: just flour, water, salt and yeast. And for the many people stuck inside, bread baking has seen a serious revival. With amateur sourdough...

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