Homecoming 2014 is quickly approaching. The Office of Student Activities is in the midst of planning the Homecoming Parade and looking for individuals in the community with convertibles or vintage vehicles to participate. The
The campus community is invited to attend a professional development opportunity with internationally renowned filmmaker, community therapist, diversity trainer and Power of Diversity Lecture speaker Lee Mun Wah.
This workshop on Friday, Sept. 5, from
Members of the CWRU Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) inaugural class participated in the Westshore Regional CERT full-scale mass casualty drill on Saturday, Aug. 16.
The exercise consisted of a simulated severe weather event that required
The Baker-Nord Center for Humanities will host author Anthony Marra on Wednesday, Sept. 10, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Clark Hall 309.
Marra will read from and discuss his book, A Constellation of Vital Phenomena, winner of the
The Friday Public Affairs Discussion Group—organized by the Center for Policy Studies—will kick off the new school year with a discussion titled “The Supreme Court: Looking Back and Looking Ahead.” The talk, open to
The Beat Uptown concert series will continue Thursday, Aug. 28, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Toby’s Plaza, located next to MOCA Cleveland.
The featured artist will be Peelander-Z, a cartoon superhero punk rock group from Japan whose music