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The Observer

Case Western Reserve University's independent student news source

The Observer

Case Western Reserve University's independent student news source

The Observer

As one of their many events taking place during Womens Week, the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women invited attorney Anita Hill who has been influential in changing the discourse of sexual misconduct.

Anita Hill, activist for sexual assault surivors, visits CWRU

Grace Johnson, News Editor March 24, 2023

In celebration of Women’s Week through the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Case Western Reserve University students welcomed Anita Hill to campus on Wednesday, March 22. In the 32 years since Hill...

CWRU is eliminating the SAGES program and replacing it with Unified General Educational Requirements (UGER) in the hopes that students will have greater flexibility to explore classes in departments across the university.

SAGES is ending next semester. But what’s actually changing?

Shreyas Banerjee, Executive Editor March 24, 2023

Since 2003, students at Case Western Reserve University have been required to take courses within the Seminar Approach to General Education and Scholarship (SAGES) sequence. Forming the basis of CWRU’s...

Using Hololens 2 technology, CWRUs Interactive Commons has been working to forge a promising educational future for students since the creation of the space in 2015.

A look at CWRU’s Hololens program: What is the future of mixed reality?

Milo Vetter, Staff Writer March 24, 2023

When computers were first created, only academics, warmongers and managers of the most complicated industries had any use for them. But today, everyone in the developed world either owns or uses computers...

Third-year KaiLi Gross was one of several key players in the CWRU softball teams 14 consecutive wins.

Softball sets program record with 14 straight wins

Puneet Bansal, Sports Editor March 24, 2023

Like several other successful teams this season, the Case Western Reserve University softball team has gotten off to an impressive start, winning 14 consecutive games to notch the longest winning streak...

President Kaler joined USGs General Assembly on March 21 to address student questions and concerns about diversity, increases in tuition and the continuing growth of the student population.

President Kaler responds to USG concerns on diversity, tuition and growth

Shreyas Banerjee, Executive Editor March 24, 2023

Following a period of tension between the administration of Case Western Reserve University and its Undergraduate Student Government (USG), President Eric Kaler addressed the entire USG on Tuesday March...

After phenomenal performances by several of the mens tennis players, the team was named ITA Indoor National Champions.


Puneet Bansal, Sports Editor March 3, 2023

The Case Western Reserve University men’s tennis team came back from St. Peter, Minnesota with some hardware. After three days and three matches at the Swanson Tennis Center against the best teams in...

An ammendment passed to the Ohio State Attorney General calling for the reinstatement of abortion rights has once again stirred pro-choice versus pro-life sentiment as ballot day approaches.

Abortion amendment may be coming to Ohio voters this November

Zachary Treseler, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

On Feb. 21, two groups, Ohio Physicians for Reproductive Rights and Ohioans for Reproductive Rights—a collection of Planned Parenthood for Greater Ohio, American Civil Liberties Union, Unite for Reproductive...

Over 500 cars, including both modern and retro models, were displayed for car aficianados and amateurs alike at the Cleveland Auto Show.

The Cleveland Auto Show is a thing of dreams

Shreyas Banerjee, Executive Editor March 3, 2023

I know next to nothing about cars. Scratch that. I know absolutely nothing about cars. I couldn’t tell you what horsepower means. I can’t identify most car brands by their logo. I wouldn’t be able...

In an effort to support students who are looking to live off campus, CWRU has created the position of Off Campus Housing Coordinator to help alleviate some of the stress of looking for an apartment.

New resources introduced for students to find off-campus housing

Cameron Ward, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

Students living both on and off campus at Case Western Reserve University have seen recent shifts around housing policies as President Kaler’s plan to expand the campus population continues. New construction...

The 2023 Giortaste Greek Life Awards showcased the best of CWRU Greek Life, as numerous students were recognized for the outstanding work that they accomplished in their fraternities and sororities.

The 2023 Giortaste Awards celebrates the best of Greek Life

Alivia Cook, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

Every year in February the Greek Life Office presents the Giortaste Awards, a ceremony that recognizes members of the Greek community for their outstanding contributions as well as chapters for their achievements...

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