The Observer

Best of… Campus Desserts

Isabel Torres-Padin, Staff Reporter

September 23, 2016

Dessert—one of the only meals that tastes good basically all the time, consistently reminding us of happy times and making our stomachs smile as we bite into its sweet goodness. In times of stress, celebration or simply an unwavering sweet tooth, many of us turn to dessert, and sometimes binging on...

The Local Flavor – The Best Uptown Restaurants to Satisfy Your Palette

Lars Torres, Staff Reporter

August 19, 2016

Food: it is an integral part of any person, both in health and in cuisine preferences.  In the moderately-sized sprawl of Uptown/University Circle, there is a good deal of restaurants, big and small, that can serve as major staples for the foodies among the incoming and returning students of Case West...

Food Week offers a taste of food issues

The Food Recovery Network co-sponsored Thwing Tuesday, and served food that would have otherwise been wasted.

Isabel Torres-Padin

April 15, 2016

Do you live to eat or eat to live? Although everyone needs to eat, according to many campus groups, Americans don’t give enough thought to where food comes from. These campus groups are attempting to get people to slow down, eat quality food and become educated on the issues surrounding food, includ...

CWRU runs on Dunkin

The new Dunkin Donuts is run by Bon Appetit, though it has the same menu as other Dunkin Donuts locations.

Adithi Iyengar, Copy Editor

January 15, 2016

Earlier this month, a full-service Dunkin’ Donuts opened next to the Case Western Reserve University Bookstore. It replaced the Starbucks which had previously been there, less than half a mile from two other Starbucks locations. Although it is run by Bon Appétit Management Company, the Dunkin'...

Dunkin’ Donuts will welcome students after Winter Break

Dunkin Donuts will host several opening events this week and next.

Ashley Chan, Public Relations

January 5, 2016

Students returning to campus after the winter break will be welcomed in to the spring semester to a new Dunkin’ Donuts at the Barnes and Noble bookstore on Euclid Ave. On Jan. 6, the store will hold its grand opening. To celebrate, it will serve free hot or iced coffee for all guests visiting from...

CWRU aims to increase consumption of “real food”

Julia Bianco, Director of Web & Multimedia

October 30, 2015

Case Western Reserve University is aiming to have 30 percent “real food” by 2020 through a partnership with Slow Food at CWRU, Bon Appétit and the Real Food Challenge (RFC). RFC is a nationwide effort for colleges to move at least 20 percent of the money spent on food in dining halls to “real...

No ban planned on bake sales, barbeques

Suneil Kamath, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2015

Earlier this semester, a rumor spread that Case Western Reserve University would ban bake sales and barbeques. Much of the information regarding the potential ban was misinformation spread by uninformed campus administrators. As it turns out, the campus food policy will not change. Food and catering...

Chipotle delivery coming to CWRU

Chipotle delivery will be coming to CWRU this fall via Tapingo.

Julia Bianco, Director of Web and Multimedia

September 4, 2015

Tapingo is about to make your late-night cravings a whole lot easier, with delivery from Chipotle coming to CWRU and 40 other campuses this fall. Tapingo, the mobile service where CWRU students can order food, tickets to student events and more, announced plans for a $22 million expansion last year, includi...

New policy could ban cookouts, bake sales

Resident Assistants are currently not allowed to make food for their residents. Next semester, all student organizations could be bound by a similar policy.

Suneil Kamath, Staff Writer

September 4, 2015

A campus policy is currently in the works which may ban food events such as bake sales and cookouts starting next semester. Thus far, it is unclear which office is implementing the policy, but it seems as if the new rule is being implemented because of health and safety concerns. Sophomore and Residence...

Chapati is an Indian Chipotle

The restaurant provides a variety of options with which to build your meal.

Rachel Payne, Contributing Editor

August 28, 2015

Uptown has expanded to include Chapati Indian Grill, which has recently opened right next to Jimmy John’s and Inchin’s Bamboo Garden Express (another new restaurant). It is set up just like Chipotle, but luckily without the line out of the door. You get the option of either a wrap or a bowl,...

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