The Observer

Unused meal swipes turned into donations to homeless

The Food Recovery Network takes initiative to let students donate their unused meal swipes to the poor

Hunter Overstreet, Staff Reporter

April 22, 2016

The Food Recovery Network (FRN) is a student group on campus dedicated to fighting waste and feeding people. Through a partnership between the FRN and companies around University Circle like Einstein Bros and Panera Bread, over 200 pounds of perfectly good food, which would have otherwise been throw...

Eckert: New donation system helps student scholarships

The new donation system gives CWRU an edge when it comes to attracting students.

Brian Eckert

February 26, 2016

In the last issue of The Observer, there was an article titled “Scholarships get personal.” This story discussed an addition to Case Western Reserve University’s policy on scholarships. There is a new option for donors looking to make contributions. In the past few years, the application rate...

Scholarships get personal

Julia Bianco, Director of Web & Multimedia

February 19, 2016

As part of the university’s increased capital campaign, there are now more options for donors to give to undergraduate scholarships. “Our admissions have skyrocketed in recent years for undergraduates,” said Vanessa Mavec, Assistant Director of Development and Special Projects. “We have triple...

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