Assess alcohol use during National Alcohol Screening Day April 6

National Alcohol Screening Day is April 6, and events will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Fribley Commons, Leutner Commons, Thwing Center and Sears Building. Students can take a free, confidential screening

Renowned Cuban, women’s studies scholar visits campus for ACES + Distinguished Lectureship series

ACES + Distinguished Lectureship series presents Madeline Camara-Betancourt, professor of Latin American Literature at the University of South Florida and a renowned scholar in the field of Cuban and women’s studies. Camara-Betancourt will lead four events

Attend Cavs game April 3 as part of Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week

The campus community is invited to attend the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. San Antonio Spurs game April 3. This event is sponsored by Weatherhead Graduate Student Affairs at the Weatherhead School of Management and is

Student Health & Wellness Fair set for April 17; sign up to get involved by April 6

The Graduate Student Senate Health & Wellness Committee will present the first Student Health & Wellness Fair April 17 from noon to 3 p.m. in Thwing Center. Student or campus organizations that would like

Next Faculty Work in Progress talk features art history and art’s Elina Gertsman

Next Faculty Work in Progress talk features art history and art’s Elina Gertsman

Elina Gertsman, assistant professor of medieval art, will present “Breaking Flesh: Performance, Anatomy, Memory” as part of the Faculty Work in Progress series. Her talk will be held April 5 at 4:30 p.m. in

Eligible Syrian nationals in U.S. can apply for Temporary Protected Status

Due to the deteriorating situation in Syria, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service has announced that eligible Syrian nationals (and persons without nationality who last habitually resided in Syria) in the U.S. may apply

Take part in School of Medicine’s Mini Med School—medical school “for the rest of us”

Members of the campus community are encouraged to attend the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine’s Mini Med School to enhance professional and personal development. Mini Med School is medical school “for the

Cleveland Foundation awards CWRU $1.75 million to advance energy research

The Cleveland Foundation this week recognized Case Western Reserve University’s growing efforts in energy with a $1.75 million grant to advance research and bring breakthroughs to market. The award marked the foundation’s second major investment

New look for Google Apps, including email and calendar, now permanent

The “new look” for Google Apps, which became optional for Case Western Reserve University users at the beginning of the year, is now permanent. This change includes updated interfaces for CWRU email and calendar.

“Hunger Games” mania sweeps CWRU

It seems Hunger Games mania has swept Case Western Reserve University. The first movie adaptation of the best-selling trilogy saw a record-breaking weekend at the box office, claiming the best opening weekend for a