By: Shivani Parikh
Brittney Bunn’s passion for science began in a high school classroom in Barberton, Ohio—and now it’s taken her all the way across the country to a national conference in Ventura, Calif., where
Daycare teacher, telemarketer, vacuum salesperson, property manager…women’s studies scholar? It may seem an unlikely résumé, but for Shannon Lundeen, a series of odd jobs led her to find her calling as the director of
Earlier this month, a large proportion of the university community received emails regarding online compliance training in such subjects as ethics, diversity and fraud. Some wondered whether the emails were spam. Some feared they
This month, Henry “Hank” Hill appears on Cleveland Magazine’s list of “20 Most Eligible Singles,” alongside a professional hockey player, local celebrities and…his daughter.
For perhaps the first time in the magazine’s history, it featured
Mike DeAgro came from Pennsylvania to Case Western Reserve University 5 1/2 years ago to study economics as an undergraduate student.
On Jan. 5, 2011—halfway through his junior year—DeAgro entered long-term recovery, and he hasn’t
By Jack Behrend
Now in his third year at Case Western Reserve University, Al Rodriguez is like many college students: He works hard in classes, relaxes with his fraternity brothers and enjoys spending time on
Last Friday, Peter Shulman’s Twitter account had a respectable 128 followers. A week later, Shulman now has more than 3,835 followers—and counting—thanks to a recent article by Slate that praised the simple, yet captivating
As a second-grader in the suburbs of Chicago, David Ake wanted to show off the results of his classical piano lessons by playing a Mozart sonata as part of show-and-tell.
Ake thought he’d performed the