Law’s Jonathan Adler, Jessie Hill discuss Supreme Court rulings on Affordable Care Act subsidies, same-sex marriage

Supreme Court rulings—ACA and same-sex marriage ideastream: Last week, the Supreme Court voted to uphold Affordable Care Act subsidies and declared same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states. Jonathan Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of

Weatherhead School’s Michael Goldberg blogs about social entrepreneurship bootcamp in Southern Africa

Is there a business here? Pushing social entrepreneurs out of their comfort zone in Southern Africa The Huffington Post: For six days in May and June, Michael Goldberg, visiting assistant professor of design and innovation, led

Mandel School celebrates start of building renovation, centennial activities

Case Western Reserve has hosted plenty of ribbon cuttings and groundbreakings during the Forward Thinking capital campaign, but this week marked a new kind of ceremony to kick off construction: the hammer swing. As more

Michelson and Morley’s new summer menu debuts today

Michelson and Morley restaurant

Michelson and Morley in Tinkham Veale University Center launched its new summer menu today (July 1). The new summer menu features many options for snacks, salads, flatbreads and sandwiches. Download the new menu. During the summer,

BBQ on the Quad continues today with American menu

food on a grill

The summer barbecue season continues today (July 1) from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Case Quad with an American theme and music by Brent Kirby and Rachel Brown. Today’s menu includes: New Creation Farm Burger New

Functional Electrical Stimulation Center’s P. Hunter Peckham discusses Cleveland’s concussion conference

Why Cleveland is the right setting for a concussion conference, and how it can help The Plain Dealer: P. Hunter Peckham, the Donnell Institute Professor, director of the Functional Electrical Stimulation Center and general chairman of

Faculty member Anthony Jack explains brain’s conflicting mindsets at work

How to master opposing sides of your brain Fast Company: Anthony Jack, associate professor of philosophy, psychology, neurology and neuroscience, explained the brain’s conflicting task- and relationship-oriented mindsets and how they play out in the workplace.

A year in review: Watch highlights from 2014–15

students walking toward Tinkham Veale University Center

The end of the calendar year may have big parties and the ball drop at Times Square. But the end of the fiscal year—which, for Case Western Reserve, is June 30—never has sub-zero temperatures or

CWRU Career Center awarded third straight gold level certification for LGBTQ resources

The Case Western Reserve University Career Center received the gold level of the 2015 LGBTQ Career Center Certification awarded by Out for Work (OFW), marking the third straight year the center has attained the

CWRU dining facilities offers options for students with dietary restrictions

Case Western Reserve University wants all students to be able to enjoy the social atmosphere and convenience of on-campus dining. Students with specific dietary restrictions or needs should familiarize themselves with dedicated food options