Matt Englander believes there are two key ingredients to running a marathon: time and will.
And he certainly has the will.
Ten months after undergoing surgery for brain cancer in fall 2011, Englander, Case Western Reserve
Alan Rocke is retiring, but it’s a little hard to tell.
“There’s not much free time looking forward,” said Rocke, who taught the history of the physical sciences as a Distinguished University Professor and the
As an athlete, Logan Glosser has always known the importance of eating well and exercising. So when deciding on a career path, nutrition seemed to be the obvious choice.
The Toledo, Ohio, native opted to
The first time Evan Ostrowski stepped foot on campus, he was immersed in one of Case Western Reserve University’s richest traditions—the Hudson Relays.
As a high school senior, Ostrowski, now a chemical engineering student and
Denise Caterinacci has an early childhood memory of wondering why the United States did not have a king. She recalls hearing her Italian grandparents, who immigrated to Cleveland in the early 1900’s, talk about
After two years at Case Western Reserve University, Maia Delegal knew first hand the amount of stress college students can face, whether it be from academics, extracurricular activities, missing home or some combination of
The past four months have been busy for Temi Omilabu. When she wasn’t setting new university track and field records—which she promptly broke again and again—she was planning tonight’s Spring Comedian Show, featuring Demetri
Dayton Snyder is as comfortable on the football field as a defensive lineman as he is in the classroom, where the senior biomedical engineering major has maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA.
In recognition of his
Rebekah Camp was a first-year student in a creative writing class when news broke of Ariel Castro’s arrest in the abductions of Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus.
Camp had just been tasked with