Juniper Community Council’s 9th annual Star Search to take place April 3; sign up today

star search

The Juniper Community Council’s ninth annual Star Search will take place Friday, April 3, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at The Spot. This year’s theme is “Outer Space/Glow in the Dark.” All types of talents

Register to play in this weekend’s badminton tournament


The Case Western Reserve University Badminton Club will host a badminton tournament on Saturday, April 4, at 7 p.m. in the Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center. Admission for the event is $5, and food

Scholar to discuss Stevie Wonder’s exploration of technology at next Baker-Nord Center event

Talking Book

The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities will present “Talking Back to the Book: Critical Digital Literacies in African American Rhetorical Traditions,” a lecture by Adam Banks, professor of writing rhetoric and digital studies at

Political scientist to explain how democracy assistance doesn’t confront dictators

Sarah Bush

Sarah Bush, assistant professor of political science at Temple University, will present a lecture, titled “The Democracy Establishment,” on Tuesday, March 31, at 12:15 p.m. at Tinkham Veale University Center, Senior Classroom A When U.S.

Organizational Development and Learning Unit to host series on conflict management, workplace violence

Conflict happens—everyone needs to develop the skills to manage it effectively. When managed properly, conflict can allow for learning opportunities. The Organizational Development and Learning Unit of the Department of Human Resources will launch a

University prepares for accreditation review

CWRU students walk in front of sign on Adelbert Road

For students stressed about upcoming examinations and papers, Donald Feke feels your pain. The university’s vice provost for undergraduate education, Feke has led a team of faculty and staff through the arduous, exhaustive process of

Registration open for five-session Mini Med School program

medical student chest

Members of the campus community are invited to take part in the spring session of Mini Med School, presented by Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, University Hospitals Case Medical Center and the

Medicine’s Stanton Gerson discusses the role of viruses in development of cancer treatment

Viral therapies for cancer ideastream: Stanton Gerson, professor of hematology and oncology at the School of Medicine and director of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, discussed the importance of viruses in development of cancer treatment. “They are powerful biological materials,” he said.

PhD candidate John Romey reflects on his experience as a Fulbright Scholar in Paris

Song on the Pont Neuf in 17th-century France John Romey, a PhD candidate in historical musicology with an emphasis on historical performance practice, wrote about his experiences as a Fulbright Scholar in

Susan Helper speaks on U.S. Department of Commerce manufacturing report released last week

U.S. manufacturing needs small businesses for growth The Plain Dealer: Susan Helper, chief economist at the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Frank Tracy Carlton Professor of Economics, visited campus to share highlights of a manufacturing report released last week. “We