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Prioritizing self care can relieve stress that has been building up and promote greater physical, social and emotional well-being.

Sabbasani: Self care now

Jothsna Sabbasani, Staff Columnist November 20, 2020

Prior to the pandemic, individuals were accustomed to day-to-day routines. School, work, social events, family and friends were major components of everyday life. For a century, this was the norm across...

Sabbasani: A post pandemic assumption

Sabbasani: A post pandemic assumption

Jothsna Sabbasani, Staff Columnist October 30, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is not the first deadly outbreak the world has ever experienced; the 1918 influenza pandemic took over 50 million lives worldwide. The deadly virus affected every age range, from...

Minneapolis police officers armed to the teeth face off against protesters.

Sabbasani: How to police the police

Jothsna Sabbasani, Staff Columnist October 2, 2020

At 9 p.m. on Sept. 29, 2020, the first debate of the upcoming presidential election occurred on Case Western Reserve University's campus. There was some excitement that a historical event of this scale...

Sabbasani: A new spin to cultural competence in the healthcare industry

Jothsna Sabbasani, Staff Columnist September 18, 2020

The recent murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor have brought light to many problematic and systemic issues. Many have battled against these cruel crimes by protesting all around the world. People...

Sabbasani: It’s time to vote

Sabbasani: It’s time to vote

Jothsna Sabbasani, Staff Columnist September 4, 2020

All throughout our lives as students, we have been told that voting is important. In fact, the phrase “voting is a civic duty” has been ingrained in our minds—without us necessarily understanding...

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