The Observer

Dog Days philanthropy will bring pups to campus

Delta Sigma Phi is hoping to bring in $1500 for this philanthropy through this week of events.

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor

April 8, 2016

For students who want to “paws” their frantic studying and take some time to support dogs in need, this year Delta Sigma Phi’s Dog Days philanthropy will be expanding from one day to an entire week of events. The week will kick off on Monday, April 18 with cookies on sale in the Tinkham Veale...

Giving back

Hunter Overstreet, Contributing Reporter

April 10, 2015

This Saturday, April 11, is the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning semesterly Saturday of Service, an event where students can sign up to perform service for one of 30 non-profit organizations on and around campus. With over 700 volunteer positions, this year’s event will mainly feature gardening...

ZBT’s Nearly Naked Mile streaks again

Runners pose for a picture after last year's Nearly Naked Mile, many sporting ZBT t-shirts.

Brian Sherman, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2015

Residents of the North Residential Village may be raising an eyebrow on April 4 if they look outside their windows, as they’ll probably see a large crowd of people running in nothing but their undies. While this may at first seem like a large portion of the student body has finally snapped under...

“The Vagina Monologues” performed at CWRU

Gabrielle Buffington, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2015

Members of the Case Western Reserve University community and the CWRU School of Medicine performed a local production of “The Vagina Monologues” last week to raise money and awareness for women who have an important story to tell. The play’s creator, Eve Ensler, has grown into an activist and...

We’re all a little mad here

While the competition was stiff, the Mr. CWRU pageant brought out only one winner.

Junior Charlie Topel (left) captured the top spot with a raunchy comedy routine.

Katie Laird, Contributing Reporter

November 21, 2014

It’s a freezing cold night on Nov. 14, complete with wind whipping through hair and snow blowing in faces. It’s not quite a winter wonderland, but inside Strosacker Auditorium, a different kind of Wonderland makes an appearance. It’s nearly 7 p.m. and the sisters of Sigma Psi are preparing to...

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