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Clevelanders march to end violence and racism against Asian Americans.

“Stop Asian Hate” march in Cleveland highlights violence against the community

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor April 2, 2021

After the horrific shooting in Atlanta earlier this month, a new national spotlight has shown upon an issue that has been long ignored: the growing spread of anti-Asian violence. With six of the eight...

New CIM fellowship to support the future of Black and Latinx music educators.

CIM’s new “Future of Music Faculty Fellowship” aims to prepare Black and Latinx prospective educators

Hoai Phuong Nguyen, News Editor February 12, 2021

“Intelligence plus character, that is the true goal of education” were among the most important words from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to educators. To serve and to teach are among the most revered...

Brandon Chrostowski, EDWINS Leadership and Restaurant Institute CEO and founder, speaks on film “Knife Skills”

Hannah Jackson, Staff Reporter November 13, 2020

In an event co-sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning and the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, Case Western Reserve University students were able to participate in a discussion...

The Engineering Peer Advisors consists of 12 advisors in 8 disciplines, with 5 double majoring.

Engineering design beyond the equations

Kevin Pataroque, Staff Reporter November 13, 2020

Recently, the Engineering Peer Advisors hosted a series of discussions focusing on engineering beyond a set of equations and spreadsheets, towards real, concrete challenges. On Oct. 31, five students,...

The Interprofessional Dialogues Committee hosts the second session of its structural racism series

Megan Gawronski, Staff Reporter October 23, 2020

On Oct. 15 from noon to 1 p.m. and on Nov. 2 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., the Interprofessional Dialogues Committee held the second session of its Structural Racism series. This month’s session featured guest...

Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter helps dogs like Mantou find new homes.

Pet adoption rates rise during COVID-19

Hannah Jackson, Contributing Reporter October 9, 2020

At the beginning of the pandemic, people across the country were trying everything to beat the quarantine blues. Flour and eggs flew off the shelves for baking, workout equipment was out of stock for miles...

Intersections in science, technology and entrepreneurship

Kevin Pataroque, Staff Reporter October 9, 2020

When internships and other summer engagements were cancelled due to COVID-19, small businesses throughout the Cleveland area partnered with the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship to help expose STEM...

(From left to right) Tom Moran, Robert Davidson and Ward Lindsay show off their homemade diorama of Donald Trump’s head.

Keep your head held high

Hannah Allen, Copy Editor October 2, 2020

As the days leading up to the presidential debate showed, political protests come in just as many forms as the messages they are trying to spread. In University Circle alone, numerous fliers were being...

The Greater Cleveland Food Bank continues its work under the shadow of COVID-19

Megan Gawronski, Contributing Reporter September 19, 2020

Many public institutions have had to undergo drastic changes in the wake of the pandemic, and food banks are no exception. The Greater Cleveland Food Bank, northeast Ohio’s largest food bank, has been...

Opioids: The silent crisis during a global pandemic

Collin Wong, Web Editor April 24, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic approaches its peak, Ohioans suffering from opioid use disorder (OUD) face a crisis of their own. Allegra Schorr, president of the Coalition of Medication-Assisted Treatment Providers...

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