“Trunk or Treat” with Church of the Covenant

Church of the Covenant

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

Refugee Shir Mnuchen to speak about Jewish-Iraqi culture Oct. 30

Shir Mnuchin headshot

The Cleveland Hillel will host Shir Mnuchin, a descendent of a Jewish refugee from Iraq and herself a refugee of Syria, for a discussion on Jewish-Iraqi culture. Mnuchin’s personal family background serves as a case

Three faculty members to cover 2014 election forecasts at next Public Affairs Discussion Group

Karen Beckwith, the Flora Stone Mather Professor of Political Science; Justin Buchler, associate professor of political science; and Andrew Lucker, associate director of the Center for Policy Studies and adjunct assistant professor of political

Purchase discounted tickets to see CWRU Pep Band perform at Lake Erie Monsters game Nov. 21


The Case Western Reserve University Pep Band will perform at the Lake Erie Monsters game on Friday, Nov. 21. The pep band will sell discounted tickets ($16) through Nov. 6 for the event, which

Ubbelohde lecture to cover life of social justice activist Bayard Rustin

John D’Emilio, professor of women’s and gender studies and history at the University of Illinois-Chicago, will give the seventh annual Carl W. Ubbelohde lecture, titled “An Agitator of Justice: The Life and Times of

Syrian refugee to talk cultural identity, family history during Oct. 30 discussion

Shir Mnuchin headshot

The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences’ Master of Nonprofit Organizations program will host guest speaker Shir Mnuchin. She will present “Identity: Refugee, Olah, Israeli” on Thursday, Oct. 30, from

Mayfield Road between East 117th and East 119th Streets closed until Oct. 31

road closed sign

Mayfield Road will be closed in both directions at the railroad bridge (between East 117th and East 119th streets) until Friday, Oct. 31. The closure is to accommodate RTA construction on the new rapid station.

Three campus members 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

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

Scholar to present today’s ACES+ Distinguished Lecture “Myanmar Opens Up”


After 50 years of isolation due to policies of a military government and international sanctions, Myanmar is now opening up to the world. Nway Nay Hlaing, head of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Myanmar’s