On Nov. 13, 19 students from Case Western Reserve University, 11 Oberlin students, and two members of the Cleveland Economic Democracy Network piled into six rented minivans and drove 13 hours through the night to Fort Benning, Georgia, where they participated in the annual protest against the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHISC), formerly known as the School of the Americas (SOA).
Governor Ted Strickland and Board of Regents Chancellor Eric D. Fingerhut recently designated Case Western Reserve University's Great Lakes Energy Institute as one of Ohio's Centers of Excellence in advanced energy. In Ohio, that honor is hard to earn.
Every April, when the weather finally turns warm, students from Case Western Reserve University gather around Case Field in an overnight ritual that has become tradition on this campus.� Relay for Life has become a staple of the campus community in the last two years, bringing together students, faculty, and their loved ones to fight cancer in one of the largest fundraisers on campus.
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year�sort of. Holidays for college students can be filled with cramming for finals, long nights dedicated to writing papers, and delayed flights back home. But if you all are anything like me, you've let your mind wander during those times you're supposed to be studying to think about what presents you're going to buy for your friends and family.