The Case Western community is known for thinking beyond the possible. Each week, this column aims to capture a slice of campus life.
Q: How has your time been at Case Western Reserve University? What do you think is something unique CWRU has to offer?
A1: I love it here, and I think they offer a big school and a small school feel. I feel connected to many different people, even though there are a lot of people here. It is a big campus and a city environment, and even though it’s so spread out, it still feels small, which I really like.
A2: I agree, I think CWRU is its own community in itself, and I really like the aspects of the campus. There’s art from the Cleveland Museum of Art, and you can go downtown. I like that there are things to do that don’t necessarily go with your major or academics in general, just things that you like to do.
A1: And they’re free.