For Mary Grimm, writing is all about creativity. An associate professor of English, she teaches courses that demand imagination: fiction writing, urban fantasy, graphic novel, science fiction, and contemporary American literature. But her favorite
Leadership, friendship and service. They’re the three tenets of Alpha Phi Omega—and also three of the words its president, junior Katie Paul, lives by.
As president of the Case Western Reserve University chapter of the
When Jim Edmonson accepted the position as curator of the Dittrick Museum of Medical History, he thought his stint would be short-lived—two years, tops.
That was 1981. Today, Edmonson still reigns over the museum, which
When people hear the term “cancer research,” they might think cures, genes or even prevention. Mary Step’s studies take a different route.
As an assistant professor of family medicine and community health, she studies the
March Madness has begun, and there’s one person on campus who knows exactly what that excitement is like. Chris Masotti, vice dean for finance and administration at the School of Medicine, played for the
For Maxwell Mehlman, everything happens for a reason. Take, for example, his entire career.
“Everything that has happened to me was part of a sequence of fortuitous events,” Mehlman said.
When Mehlman graduated from law school
Throughout senior Mai Segawa’s time at Case Western Reserve University, she has been involved in a number of outreach and aid activities. Her sophomore year, she coordinated a jewelry sale and a benefit dinner