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  • Celebrate Holi at CWRU

    Holi is known as the “festival of colors” and celebrates the arrival of spring after a long winter. It is also a time for building relationships through play and…
  • Create a finals study plan with a peer academic coach

    Peer academic coaches offer one-on-one sessions designed to help you with finals week. Meet with a coach to create a personalized study schedule that prioritizes…
  • Participate in Sexual Assault Awareness Month events

    As the nation’s annual observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month continues, Case Western Reserve University leaders are encouraging campus community members to…

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  • Attend the Freedman Fellows Forum with KSL

    Visit Kelvin Smith Library for a forum and reception celebrating the progress of the 2023-24 Student and Faculty Freedman Fellows on Monday, April 22, 1-3:30 p.m.…
  • Upcoming events from the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series

    The “Legal Rebel’s” Perspective Join the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series for a roundtable discussion with Jeffrey Krilla, vice president of global public policy…
  • Stop by the Mobile Food Pantry

    Members of the Case Western Reserve University community can get free fresh produce during a mobile food pantry event on Tuesday, April 16, from 1:30 to 4 p.m. on…

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  • Things to do in Cleveland in April

    Cleveland is the place to be this month—and members of the Case Western Reserve University community have a front row seat to it all. While the excitement of the…
  • Participate in Saturday of Service

    Join the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning (CCEL) for this spring’s Saturday of Service on April 13. This day of service features on- and off-campus projects…
  • Apply for scholarships and Awards from the LGBT Center

    The LGBT Center is accepting applications and nominations for the Douglas Nock Scholarship and the CWRU Pride LGBT Outstanding Student Award, respectively. Both…