University Circle church to celebrate new renovations with free concert Sunday

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The Church in the Circle, or University Circle United Methodist Church, will hold a free, public concert Sunday, Nov. 2, at 2 p.m. The concert celebrates the newly renovated sanctuary space and will feature uplifting

Celebrate Halloween with Greek Life at “Greek-or-Treat”

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Today, the Interfraternity Congress and Panhellenic Council will host “Greek-or-Treat” at locations all over campus from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In the spirit of celebrating Halloween and promoting Greek Life, there will be a

Sign up for next week’s Saturday of Service by Nov. 5

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The Center for Civic Engagement & Learning’s annual Fall Saturday of Service will take place Saturday, Nov. 8. This day of service is organized in collaboration with Greek Life and Kids Against Hunger. On- and

Next Social Justice Institute brown bag lunch to address what factors impact physician decision-making

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Sue Hinze, associate professor of sociology, will give the next talk in the Social Justice Institute Brown Bag series. Hinze’s lecture, “Does This Patient Deserve My Care? How race/ethnicity, class and gender influence physician

Staff: Provide additional feedback on campus climate during upcoming focus groups

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Case Western Reserve staff can amplify and add to their observations about the university during focus group conversations that start next week. The sessions are designed to build upon information staff provided in an online

Drop pumpkins from Clarke Tower at annual Jack Bash

Drop pumpkins from Clarke Tower at annual Jack Bash

On Friday, Oct. 31, the Clarke Tower and Magnolia Community Councils will host the annual Jack Bash, an event in which participants drop pumpkins from the 11th floor of Clarke Tower. Those who bring

Celebrate Halloween with Spoken English Language Partners Oct. 31

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In celebration of Halloween, students are invited to spend their community hour with the Spoken English Language Partners for pumpkin carving, costumes, candy and a discussion about the history of Halloween. The event will be

Watch election results with political science department Nov. 4

On Tuesday, control of the Senate is on the line—and with it, power over judicial confirmations. Students are invited to spend election night with the political science department on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 6 p.m.

“Trunk or Treat” with Church of the Covenant

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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

Undergraduates: Learn more about Weatherhead School programs at open house Oct. 31

Undergraduates: Learn more about Weatherhead School programs at open house Oct. 31

Undergraduate students are invited to meet with faculty, advisers and current students to learn more about programs in accounting, economics, finance and marketing at the Weatherhead School of Management open house. The open house will