The Observer

Editorial: Let’s de-stress for success

Editorial Board September 9, 2016

When the wepa printers are breaking down daily, that’s when you know school has really started. But fixing our printers won’t fix a cultural norm on campus that shouldn’t be a norm at all: The majority...

One of the aspects of CWRU's mental health resources under consideration is how spread out its resources are, as they are scattered across campus.

Suicide prevention grant shines light on campus mental health

Anastazia Vanisko, Copy editor November 6, 2015

With Mental Health Awareness Week drawing to a close, the question of how members of the Case Western Reserve University community can continue the conversation comes to the forefront. Thanks to a $300,000...

Greek philanthropy aims to spread mental health awareness

Jasmine Gallup, Staff Reporter October 30, 2015

Next week, in an effort to raise awareness for mental health, Theta Chi will be holding their annual Mental Health Awareness Week, five days of events designed to raise awareness and raise money for the...

CWRU gets SMARRTer about mental health

Aneeka Ayyar, Staff Reporter February 13, 2015

Case Western Reserve University’s Students Meeting about Risk and Responsibility Training (SMARRT) leaders hope to change the way people look at mental illnesses with an awareness campaign beginning...

Joseph Galanek

Researcher spends nine months working in maximum security prison

Mark Patteson, Staff Reporter November 21, 2014

A co-worker once told Joseph Galanek, “No one ever plans to come work in a penitentiary. It just happens.” Coming out of college with a degree in psychology and a keen interest in abnormal psychology,...

Stigma is a Drag

Bringing down negative stigmas

Drag show supports mental health awareness
Allison Duchin, Staff Reporter November 14, 2014

Stigma: it affects everyone, it alters how others can view you and, even worse, how you can view yourself. Today, Nov. 14 at 9 p.m., there will be a combination drag show and public awareness event...

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