Munch Café to be closed June 1-15

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Munch Café, located on the second floor of the School of Law, will be closed June 1 through June 15. Munch Café has served the university community for 15 years with healthy Mediterranean and deli

Get an earlier start to your workout with revised hours at CWRU recreation centers

Beginning Monday, June 1, the Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center and the Wyant Athletic and Wellness Center both will open one hour earlier on weekdays, at 7 a.m. The revised hours will continue

What’s it like to work on a global health outbreak? Find out from a CDC fellow in two upcoming talks

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Kimberly Pringle, a fellow from the Epidemiological Intelligence Service of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will give two lectures about her experiences at the CDC in controlling global infectious outbreaks. Pringle’s talks

Ohio Department of Health director to give lecture May 29 on future of public health in health care

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Richard Hodges, director of the Ohio Department of Health, will present at the next installment of the Health Policy Lecture Series Friday, May 29, at noon in the Wolstein Research Building auditorium. Hodges will give

Get fit this summer through 121 Fitness individual or group programs

121 Fitness will offer three health and fitness programs this summer for those with different goals, fitness levels and experience: Get Fit Together Couch to Confidence Personal Training Get Fit for Life. The Get Fit Together series will

Kelvin Smith Library operates under summer hours

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Kelvin Smith Library began operating on a revised summer schedule on May 7. Normal hours will resume in the fall. The library will be closed for Memorial Day (Monday, May 25) and for Independence Day

Experts to discuss economic impact of health care reform

How health care is obtained, provided and paid for in America is increasingly vital to the national economy. In the face of health care reform, urgent and practical responses on behalf of providers are

Learn more about summer parking options

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Those with CWRU student and temporary ID cards may purchase summer parking in select lots on campus in-person at Access Services in Crawford Hall, Room 18. Summer permits officially went on sale to students

Law’s Andrew Pollis to present seminar on Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage cases

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Andrew S. Pollis, associate professor of law, will present a seminar on the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage cases, titled “Getting to ‘I Do’ ” Thursday, May 21, from noon to 2 p.m. in the

Deadline for biennial Mather Spotlight Award nominations extended to June 1

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The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women and the Mather Spotlight Awards Selection Committee invite nominations of Case Western Reserve University women faculty, staff and students for the biennial Mather Spotlight Award, which recognizes