The Observer

Period Fair came to Thwing with speakers and games for this menstruation celebration

Period Fair was a bloody good time

Shejuti Wahed, Contributing Writer October 8, 2021

I’ve been hiding something. Apart from my roommate and my mom, no one has ever seen me holding a pad when heading to the bathroom. And it’s not just me—recently, I witnessed someone shush their friend...

Olivia Rodrigos viral breakup album, Sour, establishes her as an one of the biggest rising pop stars of our generation.

Olivia Rodrigo’s rise has been sweet and “Sour”

Scout Carter, Contributing Writer October 1, 2021

I started following Olivia Rodrigo after hearing her song from “High School Musical the Musical the Series” and falling in love with it. “All I Want” did well, certifying platinum in the U.S.,...

CCEL is assisting students to register to vote for the first time as Ohioans anticipate the upcoming elections.

Celebrating National Voter Registration Day on campus

Matthew Chang, Contributing Writer October 1, 2021

National Voter Registration Day occurred this past Tuesday, Sept. 28, during which volunteers and organizations all over the United States came together to spread awareness of voter registration opportunities...

La Dolce Vita (1960), among other films, are currently running in the Fellini 101 retrospective

Fellini retrospective continues at CIA Cinematheque with two classics

Dylan Jewell, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

The Fellini 101 retrospective continued on at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque, following the career of Italian film director Federico Fellini, on Sept. 18, with “Nights of Cabiria,” his...

Remembering Jim Sheeler

Remembering Jim Sheeler

Observer Staff, Executive Editor September 24, 2021

After having only interacted with Jim Sheeler over Zoom or the phone, when I first saw him standing in the Corner Alley, I was struck by a single thought: So, this is what a journalist looks like. Jim...

Tennis In the Land, featuring the umpires chair designed by Cleveland Institute of Art student Thomas Vinci

Umpire chairs for Tennis In The Land tournament created by CIA student at think[box]

Matthew Chang, Contributing Writer September 17, 2021

From Aug. 22-28, the inaugural 2021 Tennis in the Land event was held in Cleveland and broadcasted internationally. Case Western Reserve University’s involvement began when Todd Wojtkowski, the head...

Marriage Pact has come to CWRU for all us lonely singles out there, along with those just looking for a friend.

Marriage Pact comes to CWRU. What is it all about?

Shreyas Banerjee, Life Editor September 17, 2021

Students at Case Western Reserve University may have seen a strange advertisement in the Undergraduate Student Government newsletter this week. Or perhaps a barrage of Instagram stories promoting a certain...

Protesters campaigning to stop Line 3, a tar pipeline currently under construction in northern Minnesota threatening over 200 bodies of water, as well as Native American territory.

“Stop Line 3” for the environment and Indigenous rights

Hoai Phuong Nguyen, News Editor September 10, 2021

Policies involving the oil industry have long been subject to heated debate in the United States. Line 3—a crude oil pipeline built by Enbridge Inc., Canada’s largest oil company—is now posing danger...

Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield practices with the offensive squad at training camp.

Browns’ preseason success continues in home win over Giants

Gaurav Hardikar, Staff Writer August 27, 2021

The Cleveland Browns took down the New York Giants 17-13 at home on Sunday, Aug. 22 and improved to 2-0 in the 2021 NFL preseason. The starters were rested for this week’s game again and Browns fans ...

USG President Sophie Vilamara elaborates on her motives to impliment the policies outlined in the taskforce For a Better CWRU.

New USG President Sophie Vilamara commits to an administration of advocacy and connection

Shreyas Banerjee, Life Editor August 27, 2021

The 2020-2021 school year was one of the most eventful in the history of Case Western Reserve University. Between the departure of our university president, Barbara Snyder, an outpouring of student activism...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Top Stories