Students: IRS Tax Form 1098-T to be issued; return forms by Jan. 31

IRS Tax Form 1098-T will be issued to Case Western Reserve University students who incur deductible educational expenses for the tax year 2014 to be turned in by Jan. 31. Although CWRU does not require

Another session of discounted yoga offered at University Hospitals

Another session of discounted yoga offered at University Hospitals

The Connor Integrative Medicine Network at University Hospitals once again will offer its yoga classes at a discounted price for Case Western Reserve University employees, students and volunteers. There will be two kinds of yoga

Three campus experts to discuss politics, possibilities of Hong Kong protests


The campus community is invited to “The Protests in Hong Kong: Who? Why? What’s Next?,” a discussion led by Paul Schroeder, visiting assistant professor of political science; Timothy Webster, assistant professor of law and

Anthropology’s Eileen Anderson-Fye examines changing gender roles

Why Ashley Greene is the definition of strong and sexy Women’s Health: Eileen Anderson-Fye, the Robson Junior Professor in the Department of Anthropology, discussed how gender roles are changing—even in the gym. “Power and femininity are

New Michelson and Morley Bistro draws rave reviews

Graduate level dining: CWRU’s new Tinkham Veale University Center boasts the quirkily named but delightfully executed Michelson and Morley Bistro and more  Cleveland Scene: A food critic reviews some of the offerings inside the Tinkham

Faculty members appear in Cleveland Foundation documentary

Enduring Trust: The History & Aspirations of The Cleveland Foundation ideastream: Faculty members Rhonda Williams, David Hammack and John Grabowski all appeared in a documentary on the history of the Cleveland

11-time Jeopardy! champion—and champion for ”nerd culture”—to speak at CWRU

Northeast Ohio’s Arthur Chu gained national attention for becoming an 11-time Jeopardy! champion in March. Now he’s capitalizing on that fame to champion what he refers to as “nerd culture.” Chu, who also blogs for The Daily

School of Medicine faculty members named Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation Scholars


Huiping Liu, assistant professor in the Department of Pathology, and Will Bush, assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, were named Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation Scholars. The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation

Mac OS X Yosemite at Case Western Reserve: What you need to know

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Information Technology Services (ITS) recognizes that many members of the university community use an Apple laptop or desktop computer as their primary computing device. On Oct. 16, Apple released the latest version of its

Case Western Reserve earns 2014 Commuter Choice Award

The Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency, in collaboration with the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, awarded Case Western Reserve University with a bronze 2014 Commuter Choice Award. Commuter Choice Awards are a way to recognize