CWRU staff, students reflect on Gay Games experiences

Gay Games Logo

The 2014 Gay Games concluded last Saturday with celebratory closing ceremonies in downtown Cleveland. The games saw more than 9,000 athletes compete in 35 different events across Northeast Ohio—four of which were held at

Sexual Assault and Violence Educators to hold meeting Aug. 26

SAVE (Sexual Assault and Violence Educators) will hold its first general meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 26, at 6 p.m. in room 248 of the Tinkham Veale University

Student Activities Fair to be held Aug. 23

Student organizations provide a valuable service to the university community by promoting leadership development, extracurricular academic involvement, community spirit and social activities. More than 150 student-operated organizations will be available Saturday, Aug. 23, from 11:30 a.m. to

Apply for Emerging Leaders Program

New students are invited to apply for the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) to jumpstart their college experience. ELP is a 10-week program that will give students the confidence, knowledge, connections and skills to thrive as

Class of 2018 tweaks traditional CWRU welcome with ALS Ice Bucket Challenge


In a day rich with tradition, the undergraduate Class of 2018 decided to do something entirely new. First, of course, class members did all the classic annual events: they attended the formal welcome for first-year,

LGBT Center to host campus, community welcome

The Lesbian Gay Bi Transgender (LGBT) Center will host a campus and community welcome for new LGBT students and friends Aug. 21 from 4 to 4:50 p.m.. The campus and Cleveland have much to offer

Air Force ROTC at KSU hosts New Cadet Orientation Program Aug. 20

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 630 at Kent State University will host a New Cadet Orientation Program. The program is a two-day event that provides a thorough introduction and several hands-on exercises

Graduate Student Senate accepts applications for new student organizations, re-recognition

Graduate Student Senate (GSS) Student Organizations and Allocations Committee (O&A) is accepting applications from graduate students for new student organizations and re-recognition of existing ones. GSS encourages academic department specific graduate student groups to seek

Engineering student earns Tau Beta Pi scholarship

Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society, awarded Shriya Srinivasan a $2000 scholarship for the 2014-2015 year. Tau Beta Pi Scholarships are awarded to junior members on a competitive basis of high scholarship, campus leadership

Learn more about study abroad options at orientation

The Office of Education Abroad will be available throughout orientation to provide new students information about its programs. Details are listed below: Beyond the Classroom—Introduction to Study Abroad: Monday, Aug. 18, in DeGrace, room 312, at