Most Americans do not need to be concerned about the spread of Ebola, says School of Medicine’s Keith Armitage

Safe travel in the era of Ebola: Cleveland doctors say bon voyage, and wash your hands The Plain Dealer: Keith Armitage, professor of medicine, addressed recent concerns surrounding the spread of Ebola. “From a rational

School of Dental Medicine’s Leena Palomo highlights risk of “island” dental practice mentality

Don’t try to be a jack-of-all-trades dentist Periospectives: Leena Palomo, associate professor of periodontics, wrote about the risk of dental students assuming an “island” dental practice

Anthropology’s Vanessa Hildebrand discusses multicultural caregiving

Kasich endorsement; LeBron’s beginnings; multicultural caregiving ideastream: Vanessa Hildebrand, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology, discussed the diversity of strategies to care for family members of all ages across cultural groups in the world. The interview

Staff: Provide additional feedback on campus climate during upcoming focus groups

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Case Western Reserve staff can amplify and add to their observations about the university during focus group conversations that start next week. The sessions are designed to build upon information staff provided in an online

Drop pumpkins from Clarke Tower at annual Jack Bash

Drop pumpkins from Clarke Tower at annual Jack Bash

On Friday, Oct. 31, the Clarke Tower and Magnolia Community Councils will host the annual Jack Bash, an event in which participants drop pumpkins from the 11th floor of Clarke Tower. Those who bring

Celebrate Halloween with Spoken English Language Partners Oct. 31

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In celebration of Halloween, students are invited to spend their community hour with the Spoken English Language Partners for pumpkin carving, costumes, candy and a discussion about the history of Halloween. The event will be

Watch election results with political science department Nov. 4

On Tuesday, control of the Senate is on the line—and with it, power over judicial confirmations. Students are invited to spend election night with the political science department on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 6 p.m.

Donate to Staff Advisory Council winter clothing drive through Dec. 18

The Staff Advisory Council (SAC) once again will collect and make items for homeless men, women and children and donate the items to the Care Alliance Health Center in Cleveland. Hats, scarves, socks and

“Trunk or Treat” with Church of the Covenant

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The Church of the Covenant will host “Trunk or Treat,” a family-oriented Halloween celebration Friday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Church of the Covenant parking lot. Children of faculty, staff, students

Two student startups reach finals in national business competition

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Carbon Origins and Everykey, companies started by Case Western Reserve University students and alumni, were finalists in the first Blackstone LaunchPad Demo Day—a national entrepreneurship contest in New York City. “It’s a phenomenal showing for