University Media Board Member Organizations
The Observer is the award-winning weekly newspaper of Case Western Reserve University.
With a weekly circulation of 3,500 issues and tens of thousands of online page views per month, it strives to represent the student body by providing coverage on the latest news happenings, concerts, entertainment reviews, and sporting events.
Discussions is the undergraduate research journal of Case Western Reserve University.
The journal is entirely peer-reviewed, and features research papers, review articles, and scholarly essays written by undergraduates from every background.
Feel free to submit your own research for review and potential publication!
WRUW-FM 91.1 is the campus radio station.
It is entirely non-profit, commercial-free, and volunteer-staffed.
Operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, WRUW strives to provide the Greater Cleveland area with alternatives to commercial radio by offering specialized shows of almost any imaginable genre of music.
Formed in 2015, Rough Rider Productions, or RRP, focuses on original and contracted video productions. Rough Rider Productions has produced content for numerous student organizations and university departments.
SPARC Conversations, a Case Western Reserve University student-run speaker series, serves to fill the void on campus for students, faculty, and community leaders to gather and share insights outside of what would be covered in an academic journal or newspaper clipping.
In the 1970s, several campus film groups merged to form the CWRU Film Society.
It is a non-profit, student-run organization dedicated to the promotion of film as an art form.
By offering films of artistic and cultural importance as well as recent popular films, the CWRU Film Society truly provides a wide range of genres to the Case community.
Case Reserve Review is the literary magazine of Case Western Reserve University.
Published at least once a year, the magazine is dedicated to expanding the voice of the humanities on campus and contributing to literary discourse.
Poetry, prose, photography, and other forms of creative expression can be found within its pages.
The Athenian is the humor magazine of Case Western Reserve University.
Ironically named for the historical rival of Sparta (to combat the Case Spartans), the Athenian has served the humor needs of the Case community since 2000.
Issues are published four times per semester and are freely available across campus.
Retrospect works over the course of the academic year to produce a quality yearbook that details university events, student organizations, Greek Life, athletics, and Case campus life.
Serving as a comprehensive resource into the history and evolution of the university, Retrospect remains the only publication at Case that provides a condensed history of student life.