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Studying for finals is a daunting task, but hopefully these study tips will help you break it down into manageable pieces.

Studying for finals: everything a CWRU student should know

Shivangi Nanda, Copy Editor April 22, 2022

We are in the home-stretch, folks. With two weeks left in the spring semester, it's time to frantically prepare for final projects, assignments and exams. Considering final exams are often a hefty part...

Crank up the air-conditioning and the music

April 22, 2022

​After taking a break from writing for The Observer for most of the semester, I am back in the final issue of the year for some music to get you through the summer months. It has been a long, tumultuous...

The CMAs new exhibit, Currents and Constellations: Black Art in Focus, highlights Black artistic production, including Sanford Biggers Cumulo (above), which alludes to enslaved people using quilts with embroidered instructions to get to freedom.

“Currents and Constellations: Black Art in Focus” sets new standard for narrative art exhibits

Elie Stenson, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

The Cleveland Museum of Art has become the setting for an exhibition that defies the norms of institutional displays. “Currents and Constellations: Black Art in Focus” takes the idea of an art show...

Faces at Case: Episode 3

Shejuti Wahed and Joce Ortiz April 22, 2022

In our latest "Faces at Case' Shejuti Wahed and Joce Ortiz ask students for their final thoughts as we approach the end of this school year, along with what they're looking forward to in the future. With...

The talents of Jimmy O. Yang, Nate Nagvajara and Peet Guercio (left to right) made UPBs Spring Comedian event a success.

Jimmy O. Yang kills it as UPB’s Spring Comedian

Christie Lanfear, Life Editor April 15, 2022

Stand-up comedy is a tricky art form. It requires bravery, practice, hard work and, most importantly, a good sense of humor. Even if you tick all those boxes, different audiences appreciate different jokes,...

Bop or Flop: Episode 2

Shejuti Wahed, Staff Writer April 15, 2022

Do you have strong opinions on the new and improved Fribley? What about everyone's favorite late night snack place, the Den? This week on Bop or Flop, join content creator, Shejuti Wahed, as she interviews...

Tink Tunes: Episode 2

Shejuti Wahed, Staff Writer April 8, 2022

Welcome back to the second episode of Tink Tunes! Join our content creator, Shejuti Wahed, as she gains insight into all of the bops that CWRU students are listening to right now. Want to listen to this...

CWRU students run amongst the clouds of vibrant colors at Holi, enjoying the traditional Hindu welcome of spring.

Holi 2022 brought smiles and joy

Christie Lanfear, Life Editor April 8, 2022

Standing in a circle with our minds set on bags of colored powder, eyeing the friends we would soon douse, we were ready to begin. The countdown ended, the crowd went wild and then suddenly beautiful—and...

April is full of various religious festivals, including Easter, Passover, Vaisakhi and Ramadan.

Learning more about religious festivals in April

Aziz Radwan, Staff Writer April 8, 2022

Religious festivals are not only a great time for people to embrace the beliefs in their religion, but are also a great opportunity to bring communities of different faiths together to observe shared beliefs...

The College Cookbook: Episode 1

Hannah Allen, Director of Digital Media April 8, 2022

Welcome to the first ever episode of The College Cookbook, hosted by Director of Digital of Media Hannah Allen! In this episode, we will be teaching you how to prepare a three course meal on a budget....

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