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Case Western Reserve University's independent student news source

The Observer

Case Western Reserve University's independent student news source

The Observer

Cleveland Catch Up

Sophia Yakumithis, Director of Print April 27, 2018

Cleveland singer voted off “The Voice” After qualifying for the final 12 of NBC’s singing competition “The Voice,” Cleveland native D.R. King was eliminated and sent home, according to

Following the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Cleveland held several events.

Grief at a distance

Aquene Kimmel, Staff Reporter August 19, 2016

Two weeks after the most fatal mass shooting in American history, I started crying in the middle of an interview, sitting at a table across from the Einstein’s in the University Hospitals (UH) atrium....

Not your first choice

Sierra Cotton, Staff Reporter April 15, 2016

Hard-working students, diversity and modern buildings—universities emphasize these features in their promotional materials. But official videos don’t usually compare university centers to airports...

Tapstack is the production facility and tasting room for Buckeye Brewing Company.

A brewery tucked between factories

Mike Suglio, Staff Reporter April 15, 2016

Cleveland is a classic Midwestern city. Although a lot of industry jobs and factories have left over the years, many still remain and continue to maintain the rusty, gritty tone of the city on the lake....

Increased fares and cut and altered routes are on the table to help solve RTAs budget crisis.

Cleveland rally responds to proposed RTA changes

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor March 25, 2016

“Fix it, fund it, make it fair,” chanted the 50 or so people gathered outside the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) offices at 11:30 a.m. On Monday, March 21, Clevelanders for Public Transit held...

Broadening horizons

Sruthi Meka, Staff Reporter February 26, 2016

The connections start with conversation and, with time, are intended to develop into meaningful, empowering relationships. Horizons, a student mentorship organization, fosters connections between students...

Some of the East Cleveland residents whose oral histories were collected for the Voicing & Action Project remarked on how East Cleveland has transformed from the walking community it was in the past.

Turning voices into action

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor February 12, 2016

In its early stages, the project that the Social Justice Institute (SJI) recently released on YouTube and began teaching as a curriculum at Shaw High School was simply known as the “Debut Collaborative...

Cleveland asks Tamir Rice’s estate for $500

Kushagra Gupta, Opinion Editor February 12, 2016

Cleveland asks Tamir Rice’s estate for $500 The city of Cleveland has filed a creditor’s notice to Tamir Rice’s estate for emergency medical services. The Ohio Revised Code allows for the filing,...

Experts weigh in on Zika virus in Cleveland

Srivatsan Uchani, Staff Writer February 12, 2016

This past week, a woman who recently returned from a trip to Haiti became Ohio’s first victim of the Zika virus, and soon thereafter a man coming back from Haiti to Stark County, Ohio, became its second....

Comics Archive 2015 Nickoloff

Anne Nickoloff, Director of Print February 11, 2016

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