The Observer

Philosophy of Undergraduate Experience drafted, open to suggestions

Srivatsan Uchani, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2016

One of the most important ways in which universities around the country maintain their competitiveness and quality is by constantly reevaluating the needs and experiences of their students. In line with this goal, Case Western Reserve University is currently in the midst of an in-depth, two-year invest...

Chowdhury: Things you should do while at CWRU

Nusaiba Chowdhury, Columnist

August 20, 2016

As a graduate student who just got my diploma from Case Western Reserve University in Medical Anthropology, I feel confident in saying that I have learned a lesson or two in the last four years. Here are three things that I feel are paramount to getting the most out of your college experience: &nb...


Heather O'Keeffe

April 22, 2016

A common thread among students on our campus is complaining in “sCWRUed” solidarity. I, for one, have rued our catering services and academic rigor throughout my four years here. But the truth is, I love this school. These past four years have challenged and changed me, and now in my final mo...

Learn, love, lead while at CWRU

Josh Lehrer

April 22, 2016

I write this as I ready myself to end my undergraduate journey at Case Western Reserve University. It is quite a bittersweet feeling as I consider CWRU my true home and where I emerged as a young adult. First, I’d like to start with a personal narrative. I have learned a great deal about myself an...

Assmus: Trust a graduate, appreciate skills learned in undergraduate classes

Abby Assmus

January 29, 2016

There are many classes and assignments that seem pointless and invaluable during one’s undergraduate time. At Case Western Reserve University, for many, the SAGES program is like this, and many people trudge through it just to get through their seminars and portfolio in order to graduate. Among...

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