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    How to be an effective ally during Pride Month—and beyond

    Earlier this month, thousands of people gathered in downtown Cleveland for Pride in the CLE™. Donning colorful apparel and waving rainbow flags, members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies marched through the streets to celebrate Pride…

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    Learn more about Juneteenth

    On June 19, 1865, Union Army Major General Gordon Granger stood in Galveston, Texas, and issued the order declaring “all slaves are free.” As Texas was the last state in the Confederacy to fall, the date of Granger’s declaration has since become known as Juneteenth, recognizing when—2.5…

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    Career Resource Highlight: GoinGlobal

    By Lily TranCat ’22, career consulting intern

    Imagine this…

    You’ve landed an internship in a city you’ve never been to. You’re excited, but you’re also a little nervous living in a completely new area. The questions you have flash one after the other. “How do I get…

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    Major changes coming to Adobe products on July 1 for all CWRU users

    Due to a change in the university's licensing agreement with Adobe, beginning Friday, July 1, 2022, students will no longer be able to download Adobe Acrobat Pro DC for no cost. The annual cost going forward will be $29, which is an 80% savings over the $179.88 annual cost charged by Adobe…

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    Reflect, engage and celebrate Juneteenth

    On June 19, 1865, Union Army Major General Gordon Granger stood in Galveston, Texas, and issued the order declaring “all slaves are free.” As Texas was the last state in the Confederacy to fall, the date of Granger’s declaration has since become known as…

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    Save the date for fall 2022 career fairs

    Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education will host three career fairs during the fall 2022 semester. Whether you are looking for an internship, a full-time position, or co-op, attending a career fair is an important part of your search.

    Leading up to the fair, employers…

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    “Choose your own adventure” training available at Sears think[box]

    The Sears think[box] Floor 4 Fabrication team has revamped their training schedule to make it easier than ever to learn how to use equipment. Visit any equipment page directly to learn how to get started.

    You may also sign up for…

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    Purchase parking permits for fall semester

    First-come, first-served student parking permits became available June 8. Students now are able to purchase semester parking permits using the online parking system or in person at Access Services in Crawford Hall’s lower…

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    Watch how CWRU celebrated Commencement 2022

    Case Western Reserve University celebrated commencement Sunday, May 15, awarding graduates their degrees, honoring esteemed members of the community, and rejoicing at the chance to gather for a traditional commencement ceremony—indoors and all.

    Double alumnus and Cleveland Mayor…

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    University closed Monday, May 30; Many offices to close early on Fridays in June and July

    Case Western Reserve University will be closed Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day. Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, May 31.

    CWRU Take Two—the university program which provides employees the opportunity to leave two hours early on Fridays in June and July—will…

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    Three summer course sessions kick off June 6

    The Summer Term at Case Western Reserve University is a great time to take a course or two and make progress toward a major or minor. Many of the biggest courses during the academic year are also offered during the summer.

    Three sessions of…

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    Case Quad renovations promise improved safety, pedestrian amenities and environmental benefits

    Last week, the renovation project began on the Case Quad to create a more sustainable green space and improved walkways. The project, expected to conclude in August, will transform the quad into an enhanced location for the community to navigate and gather between classes, meetings and…

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    Congrats, grads! Celebrate the Class of 2022

    This week we celebrate the Case Western Reserve University Class of 2022.

    We’re incredibly proud of the contributions and accomplishments of the Class of 2022. Their CWRU experience is marked with many memorable moments.

    Help us celebrate the Class of 2022:

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    thrive goes biweekly; next edition hits your inbox May 26

    Now that the academic year has concluded, it’s time to pause, celebrate and reflect. Acknowledge and appreciate your hard work this past year. Share well wishes with friends and classmates as your summer experiences begin. Reflect on all you’ve learned and be excited for what comes next.…

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    Graduating? Stay connected with Case Western Reserve University

    Graduation brings many emotions—all at once. You might feel excited to celebrate a major milestone, relief that finals are done for good, or maybe a little uncertainty about the future. If there’s one thing we’re certain of, it’s that whatever comes next is bound to be great.

    As an…

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    Renew your parking permit for the fall semester by May 17

    Students who would like to renew their parking permits for the fall 2022 semester should visit the Access Services website.

    The deadline to renew a current parking spot is Tuesday, May 17, at 4 p.m.

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    Safe Ride increases number of vans, continues year-round service

    As the semester winds down, Safe Ride at Case Western Reserve University continues to provide after-hours transportation service to the community seven days a week from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m.

    In April, the Safe Ride service had 12 to 15 vans on the road nightly to reduce wait times—…

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    Case Western Reserve students selected for prestigious scholarships and grants

    In the past week, CWRU students earned several national (and international) honors, as two CWRU students were named Goldwater Scholars and three students (and one recent alum) earned Fulbright grants.

    Barry Goldwater Scholarship Recipients

    Victor Sanchez Franco and…

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    Apply to be a tour guide

    The Office of Undergraduate Admission is seeking energetic and friendly students who are passionate about Case Western Reserve University to provide tours to prospective high school students and their families.

    Applicants should have basic…

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    Review important end-of-semester dates

    It’s hard to believe that finals have begun and the academic year is winding down to a close. As you finish the semester, assignments and exams we’d like to acknowledge and appreciate your hard work.

    Take a moment to review important upcoming dates:

    • Thursday, April 28,…
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    Feeling stressed during finals? You’re not alone.

    Stress and self-doubt can creep up, especially during finals. You might start doubting yourself and your skills due to difficult assignments or exams. This stress can feel difficult to overcome, especially when confronting challenges you may not have faced before.

    Here are a few…

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    Kelvin Smith Library offers extended hours during finals

    Kelvin Smith Library will offer extended hours for finals through May 5. 

    The hours are:

    • April 28–29:  8 a.m.–2 a.m.
    • April 30: 9 a.m.–2 a.m.
    • May 1: noon–2 a.m.
    • May 2–4: 8 a.m.–2 a.m.
    • May 5:…
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    Take action beyond Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    Throughout April, the Flora Stone Mather Center alongside participating campus and community partners, shared a calendar of programming that supports survivors, empowers our community's safety, and addresses the impacts of sexual violence at CWRU and throughout the world.

    All of the…

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    Virtual Intersections showcases undergraduate research and creative projects

    Virtual Intersections kicks off Friday, April 22, celebrating the research, creative endeavors and the innovative spirit of undergraduates at Case Western Reserve University. Support of Undergraduate…

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    Find out who will go the distance at the 2022 Hudson Relays

    Beginning in 1910, the Hudson Relays was created to commemorate the campus move from Hudson, OH to Cleveland, OH. The Hudson Relays itself is a race amongst the classes that put each class's best runners to the test in a…