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Baldwin Wallace Universitys beloved student newspaper, The Exponent, turns to the community for support as their print edition faces an uncertain future due to financial deficits.

The Exponent, Baldwin Wallace University’s student newspaper, faces funding cuts

Timothy Kill, Contributing Writer January 26, 2024

The Exponent, Baldwin Wallace University’s student-led newspaper, faces losing support from Baldwin Wallace University for the print edition of their newspaper. The editors of the paper learned of the...

SAGES department to offer more USNA courses following shortage

SAGES department to offer more USNA courses following shortage

Zachary Treseler, News Editor December 8, 2023

When the Class of 2021 went to register for courses for next semester, they saw an all too horrifying sight: The Think About The Natural World (USNA) classes were nearly filled. Within the snap of a finger,...

110 years in the making: Radio chess competition against The Ohio State University

Zachary Treseler, News Editor October 13, 2023

On Oct. 5, Case Western Reserve University’s Amateur Radio Club played a game of chess against The Ohio State University (OSU) over radio. This match was originally proposed in 1912, but was never formally...

CWRU EMS has recently relocated from the Public Safety Headquarters on Northside to a house on Murray Hill Road where they currently face issues with limited parking and poor Wi-Fi.

Public Safety’s Quiet Shift for CWRU EMS

Cameron Ward, Staff Writer September 22, 2023

The start of this semester at Case Western Reserve University has been marked by a lot of changes for students, faculty and staff alike. Another change that may have an impact on the campus community is...

CWRU Motorsports laborious efforts pay off as they place 1st overall in Baja SAE Ohio competition this past weekend.

CWRU Motorsports sweeps Baja SAE Ohio, places 1st overall

Sara Khorshidi, Copy Editor September 15, 2023

From Sept. 6-10, the Case Western Reserve University Motorsports team—as well as 75 other university teams—hauled their Baja car to Nashport, Ohio to compete in Baja SAE Ohio, one of three official...

The Observers director of print (Sara Khorshidi, left) and executive editor (Shreyas Banerjee, right) table at this years Yule Ball, posing as the Daily Prophet from the Harry Potter series

Wintery wizarding: The annual Yule Ball

Noah Henriques, Contributing Writer February 25, 2022

This year’s Yule Ball—an homage to the winter season and Harry Potter—was as festive as ever, despite an unexpected rescheduling due to snow days. Hosted by the CWRUcio Quidditch Team in the Thwing...

The Center for International Affairs holds its 2021 Global Citizen Awards ceremony online

Megan Gawronski, Staff Reporter April 9, 2021

On April 22 at 3 p.m, the Center for International Affairs will be holding a virtual ceremony to announce the winners of its various Global Citizen Awards.  The Global Citizen Awards are a collection...

What will clubs and events look like this semester?

Shreyas Banerjee, A&E Editor August 21, 2020

This semester will be an odd one for many reasons, but the thing that may stand out the most is the change in campus life. With half of Case Western Reserve University students not living on campus anymore...

One to One and Next Level offer new student deals

One to One and Next Level offer new student deals

Veronica Madell, Staff Reporter January 30, 2020

As the month of New Year’s resolutions comes to an end, One to One Fitness is trying to give students an extra push to continue going to the gym as classes start to ramp up.  One to One Fitness is...

RATP Bus 21 Passes in Front of Palais de Justice de Paris. The lack of trains from the strike has left Parisian busses crowded and running off schedule as the system grapples with the longest metro strike in french history.

Paris transit strike forces Professor Toman’s study-abroad course to adapt

Henry Bendon, Staff Reporter January 17, 2020

In 20 years of teaching courses in Paris, Ruth Mulhauser Professor and Chair of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures Cheryl Toman never faced a transit strike like the one currently crippling...

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