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From Playhouse Square to Broadway: Theater is back!

Scout Carter, Contributing Writer October 22, 2021

I think we can all remember where we were and what we were doing when the world seemed to stop on March 12, 2020. The 41 theaters of Broadway received the news that their shows would be shutting down while...

“Fellini 101” retrospective kicks off with “I vitelloni” at the Cinematheque

Dylan Jewell, Staff Writer September 17, 2021

“Fellini 101” has premiered at the Cinematheque, and its meaning is dual: It's a crash course of master filmmaker Federico Fellini’s greatest hits, as well as a commemoration of his 101st birthday....

Go to a drag show at The Grog Shop—they are far from a drag

TJ Disabato, Staff Writer September 10, 2021

On Saturday, Sept. 4, a couple friends and I had the pleasure of going to our first drag show, “Songbirds & Sirens” put on by GlamGore, at The Grog Shop in Coventry. Heading into the event, feelings...

Class of 2022 posing after their victory

Class of 2022 wins the Hudson Relays after a year like no other

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor April 30, 2021

The 111th annual Hudson Relays took place this past Saturday April 24, marking the latest iteration of Case Western Reserve University’s oldest campus tradition. Starting in 1910, the event commemorates...

TEDx comes back to CWRU to discuss how small actions can result in big changes.

TEDxCWRU 2021 sparks conversations on what we can all do for change

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor April 2, 2021

On March 27, TEDxCWRU held its fifth annual event. An independent, self-organized version of the famous TED conferences, which are committed to “ideas worth spreading,” TEDxCWRU allows students to...

UPB Week, a weeklong series of events which ran from March 8-13, was the latest instance of student activities persevering through COVID.

The programs may be less visible, but UPB is still here

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor March 19, 2021

For many clubs on campus, the defining question for the past year has been how to properly transition campus life to a time when in-person interactions are not allowed? There have been many virtual attempts...

Students turn Thwing Ballroom into a senior citizens center with a night of bingo fun.

“Thwingo,” CWRU’s most successful pandemic event, returns for a second semester

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor March 12, 2021

When students returned to Case Western Reserve University in the fall of 2020, they went back to a campus very different from that of a typical semester. Gone were the student activity fairs, orientation...

A play through Zoom? Who’d have thought.

“2020 (hindsight)”: A virtual play about despair and hope in this year to remember

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor November 20, 2020

This year has been a rough one. While there have been glimmers of hope along the way, it is evident that our lives have changed for the worse over the past year as we have been deprived of some of the...

Dr. Srinivasan leads a cooking class for students celebrating Diwali.

Coronavirus cancels CWRU events again

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor November 20, 2020

The United States is currently in the throes of another spike in this seemingly never-ending pandemic, hitting record numbers of daily infections. This has started to have wide ramifications at Case Western...

No masks needed, comfy clothes encouraged: The resurgence of the drive-in movie

Kate Caforio, Contributing Reporter August 21, 2020

The drive-in movie is a classic characteristic of Americana. The bright neon signs, white projector screens and cars parked bumper to bumper all contribute to the image of the quintessential drive-in theater....

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