The Observer

The necessity of the disabilities task force proposals

David Chang, Staff Columnist April 2, 2021

“I had a panic attack due to an excessive intake of caffeine during a trial period of higher ADHD medication prescription than I had previously taken … When the first responders showed up, the first...

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...

“I’m Possible with Joshua Rivedal” event from NAMI

Hoai Phuong Nguyen, Staff Reporter November 6, 2020

Trigger Warning: suicide It is normal to feel anxious or down at times, especially during such an uncertain period for our nation right now. However, during such times, people who have already suffered...

The LGBT Center unveiled their Queer Peers mentoring program aimed at helping first-year and transfer students build connections with others on campus this past summer.

The LGBT Center’s Queer Peers mentoring program gains national recognition

Megan Gawronski, Staff Reporter October 30, 2020

Case Western Reserve University’s LGBT Center, located in the Tinkham Veale University Center, runs a great variety of programs focused on fostering inclusion and belonging among members of the LGBT+...

Author and professor Martha S. Jones joined CWRU virtually last week as a part of the Think Forum to talk about her recent book.

Historian Martha S. Jones reveals hidden history of the 19th Amendment at virtual Think Forum

Hannah Jackson, Staff Reporter October 30, 2020

Martha S. Jones, historian, author and professor at Johns Hopkins University, spoke last Thursday evening at the Think Forum about her book “Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote, and...

Cleveland Orchestra begins fall season with new coronavirus policies

Hannah Jackson, Contributing Reporter October 2, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted those in the music industry. Between the cancellation of live shows, postponement of tours and the closure of venues, musicians across the country have...

Third-year student, Jessica Lin, was one of the first members of CWRU's community infected with the coronavirus.

Two CWRU undergraduates discuss their experience with COVID-19

Nihal Manjila , Staff Reporter September 18, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic reached the U.S. around eight months ago and has since infected hundreds of thousands of people. Two Case Western Reserve University students were among those infected, though they...

Dave’s Cosmic Subs and Jolly Scholar are open for business

Chris Heermann, Photo Editor September 11, 2020

Two of the most popular dining spots on campus, Dave’s Cosmic Subs (Dave’s) and The Jolly Scholar Brewing Company (Jolly) have both recently reopened. While both market themselves as dining establishments,...

Bon Appetit provides food to students quarantined in hotels.

Student experiences in quarantine differ across and off campus

Veronica Madell, Staff Reporter September 4, 2020

2020 is the year that just keeps on giving, as many students find themselves back on campus only to end up in quarantine. However, this quarantine looks different for a lot of students, depending on whether...

“Know Your Neighbors” campaign seeks to address division between students and community

Jothsna Sabbasani, Contributing Reporter August 21, 2020

Case Western Reserve University's students have always been focused on their engagement within the campus-community. However, some students now feel that it is time for change.  Recent alums and undergraduate...

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