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Celebrate undergraduate research at Intersections this Friday

The Intersections: SOURCE Symposium and Poster Session is a community celebration of undergraduate investigation, allowing CWRU undergraduates to present their research and creative projects. Check out the work being done on campus, and be inspired by the work of your fellow undergraduates Friday, Dec. 8

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Celebrate undergraduate research at Intersections this Friday

The Intersections: SOURCE Symposium and Poster Session is a community celebration of undergraduate investigation, allowing CWRU undergraduates to present their research and creative projects. Check out the work being done on campus, and be inspired by the work of your fellow undergraduates Friday, Dec. 8

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Reading days and finals coming up: A look at the end of the semester

As the semester’s end approaches and final exams draw near, keep track of these important dates. Please bear in mind that students are expected to vacate residence halls within 24 hours of their last final exam. Friday, Dec. 8 Last day

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Reading days and finals coming up: A look at the end of the semester

As the semester’s end approaches and final exams draw near, keep track of these important dates. Please bear in mind that students are expected to vacate residence halls within 24 hours of their last final exam. Friday, Dec. 8 Last day

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Check out student artwork. Exhibit reception Monday

The campus community is invited to attend the Semester in Review Art Exhibition reception Monday, Dec. 11, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Art Studio Gallery. Works in ceramics, textiles, painting, drawing, architecture, enamel, photography, assemblage and mixed media

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Check out student artwork. Exhibit reception Monday

The campus community is invited to attend the Semester in Review Art Exhibition reception Monday, Dec. 11, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Art Studio Gallery. Works in ceramics, textiles, painting, drawing, architecture, enamel, photography, assemblage and mixed media

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Apply by Friday for Cleveland Neighborhood Immersion program

Apply by Friday to experience the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning’s Cleveland Neighborhood Weekend Immersion during MLK weekend. The excursion will take place Saturday, Jan. 13 and Sunday, Jan. 14. Participants will connect with Cleveland’s rich culinary, cultural and community offerings

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Apply by Friday for Cleveland Neighborhood Immersion program

Apply by Friday to experience the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning’s Cleveland Neighborhood Weekend Immersion during MLK weekend. The excursion will take place Saturday, Jan. 13 and Sunday, Jan. 14. Participants will connect with Cleveland’s rich culinary, cultural and community offerings

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Enjoy a Hawaiian Luau next Friday

Join the International and Multicultural Exchange (TIME) for a Hawaiian Luau event on Friday, Dec. 8, from 12:45 to 2 p.m. The event, which takes place in Thwing Center, will commemorate Polynesian cultures. Enjoy free Polynesian food and learn more about Polynesian cultures with

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Enjoy a Hawaiian Luau next Friday

Join the International and Multicultural Exchange (TIME) for a Hawaiian Luau event on Friday, Dec. 8, from 12:45 to 2 p.m. The event, which takes place in Thwing Center, will commemorate Polynesian cultures. Enjoy free Polynesian food and learn more about Polynesian cultures with

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Friday discussion: The Importance of the sciences—and the arts

Celebrated philosopher Philip Kitcher of Columbia University is known for his studies of the role of scientific inquiry in democratic societies from the perspective the philosophy of pragmatism associated with William James and John Dewey.  Hear from him on campus

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Friday discussion: The Importance of the sciences—and the arts

Celebrated philosopher Philip Kitcher of Columbia University is known for his studies of the role of scientific inquiry in democratic societies from the perspective the philosophy of pragmatism associated with William James and John Dewey.  Hear from him on campus

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Friday panel: Poetry in the time of Facebook

Should we be surprised that one of the more robust recent dialogues about the state of contemporary poetry took place on Facebook? When poet and critic Jonathan Farmer asked about the influence of social media celebrity on contemporary poetry, the

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Friday panel: Poetry in the time of Facebook

Should we be surprised that one of the more robust recent dialogues about the state of contemporary poetry took place on Facebook? When poet and critic Jonathan Farmer asked about the influence of social media celebrity on contemporary poetry, the

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Explore the mind-body connection Tuesday

What is the connection between the mind, the physical body and the brain? Join Dr. Michael Lewicki, professor of biomedical engineering, to learn how computational principles explain how neural codes are optimally adapted to their sensory environment during The Mind-Body Connection.

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Explore the mind-body connection Tuesday

What is the connection between the mind, the physical body and the brain? Join Dr. Michael Lewicki, professor of biomedical engineering, to learn how computational principles explain how neural codes are optimally adapted to their sensory environment during The Mind-Body Connection.

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Spend a week in service during Spring Break

Spend a week in service, learn about a new issue and community and make new friends during Spring Break March 12 to 16 with the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning’s Alternative Breaks program. Alternative Breaks are community service and

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Spend a week in service during Spring Break

Spend a week in service, learn about a new issue and community and make new friends during Spring Break March 12 to 16 with the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning’s Alternative Breaks program. Alternative Breaks are community service and

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