The Observer

Miles: Zen and the art of college

Danny Miles, Columnist

September 9, 2016

Clubs are an integral part of the college experience. They're a big part of why a lot of people go to college in the first place; in a sense, they're synonymous with the campus lifestyle. Class, clubs, homework, sleep, repeat—that's the game plan of an awful lot of college students. Oh, and toss in...

3, 2, 1, Brooms Up

Quidditch tournament

Brittany Bishop, Contributing Reporter

October 16, 2014

Dozens of students straddle their brooms, the wind flying through their hair as they race towards the coveted quaffle. But these Quidditch players aren’t at Hogwarts. They’re not wizards, and they’re not flying through the air on the latest Nimbus broomstick. They’re muggles, at the Van Horn...

Campus dance groups petition over lack of consistent practice space

Dance Group

Aquene Kimmel, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2014

They could dance all night, but first they need a floor. Case Western Reserve University’s 10 student dance groups are currently engaged in talks with the university over the lack of consistent practice spaces, an effort spearheaded by Swing Club President David Aghassi. Negotiations began last...

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