The Kelvin Smith Library at Case Western Reserve University is now a member of HathiTrust, a large-scale collaborative repository of digital content from major research institutions and libraries. With more than 90 partners, HathiTrust aims
Case Western Reserve University astronomer Chris Mihos leads a team of Ohio researchers recently awarded nearly 20 hours of observing time on the Hubble Space Telescope to study the outskirts of the nearby spiral
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Laverne Cox, transgender advocate and Emmy nominee for the critically acclaimed Netflix series Orange is the New Black, will present the lecture,
Senior Taylor Gladys has been an advocate for students at Case Western Reserve University since she first stepped foot on campus more than three years ago.
The biochemistry (pre-med) major joined Undergraduate Student Government (USG)
Natalie Staats Reiss, a licensed psychologist in University Counseling Services at Case Western Reserve University, offers tips to help anyone get a better night’s rest—especially college students adjusting to a new environment and bed.
Feeling that conventional doctors did not take their suffering seriously, women instead sought out hormonal treatments for menopausal symptoms from anti-aging clinicians, according to a Case Western Reserve University study that investigated the appeal
David Hartman, a 1958 graduate of Case Institute of Technology, wants all engineering students to benefit from the “real world learning” cooperative education provides.
The Hartman Foundation Inc., which he founded and is now led
To celebrate national Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15), Case Western Reserve University will host a special art show, featuring local Latin American artists from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Guatemala and Mexico. The show will
Despite gains in several component categories, Case Western Reserve slipped one notch, to 38th, in the annual U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings released today. The dip marked the first time the
Flora Stone Mather College alumna and Cleveland native Barbara “Dusty” Roads (FSM ’50) is a civil rights pioneer who paved the way for gender equality in the sky.
In 1965, Roads and her fellow women flight attendants