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Sleepy-eyed and grumbly-stomached no longer

Sleepy-eyed and grumbly-stomached no longer

Monica Chavan

March 25, 2016

Grab-It, Bag-It, L3, the Rough Rider Room. These are the off-hours, on-the-go options for those roped onto the meal plan to get their (purported) $13 per swipe's worth. Notice what's missing from that list? Options for the most important meal of the day. Breakfast is indisputably regarded as a vital...

Monica Chavan: Are lab courses irksome imperatives or indispensable in education?

A large number of introductory biology and chemistry laboratory classes take place in the Millis Science Center.

Monica Chavan

September 25, 2015

For those accustomed to smaller scale, single-teacher high school classes, the division of labor among the collegiate faculty teaching laboratory courses is strangely disconnecting. Freshmen and other students taking their first college lab classes have surely noticed. The fact that lab exercises often...

Monica Chavan: Investigating a CWRU Education

Monica Chavan

September 11, 2015

Case Western Reserve University is first and foremost an institution of higher education. Sure the sports, diverse student groups, think[box] and even the shiny new Tinkham Veale University Center attract new students, but the main reason we all came here was for the education. But what exactly does...

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