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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

Eddie Kerekes

Eddie Kerekes, Executive Editor

Eddie Kerekes is in his fourth year studying chemical engineering while also pursuing a minor in German. He serves as the executive editor. Previous roles with The Observer include three semesters as the sports editor and three months as the Director of Web & Multimedia. He spent the last school year working at the Cleveland office of ABB as an engineering co-op. He also has writing credits with a few sports blogs, his own blog and Case Alumnus. If you don't see Eddie at a sporting event, he's probably hanging with friends or studying. In the past, he reviewed movies, television and theater for The Observer and currently works as a CWRU tour guide. Contact him at

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March 1, 2019
Case Gym Buddies, which formed this January, tries to encourage students to visit the gym by providing support and assistance.

Buddying up at the gym

January 26, 2018
Rob Cuda threw for 242 yards and three touchdowns in the season opening victory.

Starting off with a win

September 8, 2017

The CWRU on the field

August 25, 2017
The softball team split their last four games of conference play and currently lead the University Athletic Association.

Softball splits six

April 21, 2017
Andrew Munn tries to pin his opponent to the mat.

Wrestlers rise together

February 10, 2017

Cleveland Catch-Up

February 10, 2017

Sports for all

February 3, 2017

Bad day on the mats

February 3, 2017
In the process of demoralizing his opponent, Mike Petersen is looking for the pin. The wrestling team travels to Wheaton College for the Pete Willson Invitational this weekend.

Down to the last point

January 27, 2017
Five CWRU graduate students won the Best Presentation Award at the 2017 Trading Technologies Algo Showcase Competition. The team worked together to design a trading algorithm that can optimize trading strategies. Three of the five members presented their trading algorithm to a panel of judges from leading Chicago trading firms.

Trading up in the world

January 20, 2017
Racing in the front pack, Sam Merriman runs strong in the NCAA Championship meet. A 21st place finish earned the third-year student All-America status.

Race to the top

December 9, 2016

Spartans keep climbing

December 9, 2016
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