The Observer

Cultural groups come together for Night Market

World Expo: Night Market brought together different cultural groups from CWRU's campus for an evening of food and fun.

Anne Nickoloff, Arts & Entertainment Editor

April 3, 2015

This past Saturday, March 28, Thwing Center’s atrium transformed into a market of different foods and stores at World Expo: Night Market, the first collaborative event between cultural groups. Though this was the first time the event has occurred, President and founder of The International and Multicultural...

Introducing the Case Riding Club

Miriam Ridge, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2015

This week Campus Insider sat down with Jessie Nash, the president of the Case Riding Team. For those of you wondering, “Since when does Case Western Reserve University have a horse riding team?” the answer is about a month ago, when a post to the CWRU Facebook page assessed general interest in the...

Going back to musical origins with the 2015 Choral Showcase Invitational

Tiffany Cheung, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2015

It was quiet, and suddenly voices rang out in the Church of the Covenant. The conductor led the opening act, the Rocky River High School’s Treble Ensemble, with ease. The audience, filled with parents of the high school students and Case Western Reserve University students, clapped and cheered as...

Juggling Spectacular coming to Thwing for two nights only

Chrismaly Vidal, Contributing Reporter

February 27, 2015

To celebrate their 10th Annual Juggling Spectacular Show, Juggling Club is pulling out all the stops: knives, unicycles and exercise balls are set to be on display this weekend. Founded in 2003, Case Western Reserve University’s own Juggling Club will be hosting its event in the Thwing Ballroom...

American TV with Pakistani flair

Sanjana Singh, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

This Saturday Case Western Reserve University’s Pakistani Student Association (PSA) will have its biggest event of the year: a cultural show called Pakflix. This annual event involves skits and dances from other student organizations, food from a local restaurant called Jaipur Junction and homemade...

Singing their way to the top

The popular South Asian fusion acapella group’s latest music video has been a smash hit, attracting over 15,000 views.

Sanjana Krishnakumar, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

Album releases, music videos and competitions have Case Western Reserve University group Dhamakapella singing their hearts out for the world to hear. Dhamakapella is a coed South Asian fusion acapella group that mixes contemporary Bollywood songs and popular Western music into new, creative pieces....

CWRU students bring health club back to life

Gabrielle Buffington, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2015

Case Western Advocates for Cleveland Health (CWACH) became obsolete in 2014, when all of the active officers graduated from Case Western Reserve University, and it would have remained that way if it weren’t for two meddling kids. Anupama Cemballi, a sophomore studying medical anthropology, decided...

A sweet night

KAH Banquet

Sierra Blanton, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2015

Going out for a fun dinner in the name of a good cause is pretty sweet, but adding chocolate to the mix makes it that much sweeter. Last Friday night, Feb. 6, Kids Against Hunger (KAH) and the Chocolate Club held their first Chocolate Banquet, and there was plenty of dessert to go around. Promptly...

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 Feb. 16. “If someone was in a car accident, everyone would rush over to ask if they were okay,”...

New student group aims to provide thought provoking forum for students

Joseph Satterfield, Web Editor

January 30, 2015

A new student organization is looking to create a conference where speakers from the student population, faculty and the community can express their ideas on research or other topics that they are passionate about. The group, called Society, Politics, Arts, Research, and Community (SPARC) Conversations,...

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