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Student organization introduces initiative for residence hall name change

Sruthi Meka, Staff Reporter September 16, 2016

The newest residence hall, located at 1576 E. 115th St., will soon be named in honor of the late Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones, after the Case Western Reserve University Board of Trustees unanimously...

Students have various complaints about the new residence hall, including lack of vents over the stoves, poorly sound-proofed rooms and absense of trash cans.

Fire alarms among complaints of Apartments at 1576 residents

Anastazia Vanisko, Copy Editor October 1, 2015

On Sept. 21, fire alarms in the Apartments at 1576, the new residence hall, went off five different times. According to Case Western Reserve University Police Sergeant Jeffrey Daberko, four of the alarms...

Students who have spent the beginning of the school year in hotels or other temporary accomodations will be able to move into their rooms in the new residence hall on September 12.

Delayed residence hall to open on Sept. 12

Jeniece Montellano, Copy Editor September 11, 2015

Case Western Reserve University’s new residential hall is finally opening for move-in this weekend. Originally intended to open at the beginning of the school year, the building was put on hold last...

Week one for a New Residential Hall resident in the Marriott

Maria Fazal, A&E Editor August 27, 2015

Captain’s log is a regular feature detailing students’ journeys through CWRU’s temporary housing as they await their rooms in the New Residence Hall. When my suitemates and I found out we would...

The Office of Housing and Residence Life released updated photos of the construction on June 29.

New residence hall still heading for Sept. 12 move-in date

Julia Bianco, Director of Web and Multimedia July 13, 2015
Curious about what's going on with the upperclassmen living in hotels? Here is the story on the new residence hall, and why it's not done yet.
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