Photo of the moon covering the sun during a total solar eclipse. Courtesy of Getty Images
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Office of Events and Programs calls for solar eclipse event listings

On Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will pass over North America—the last time one will be visible from the contiguous United States for another 20 years—and with Cleveland in the path of totality, what better place to learn about and observe the phenomenon than Case Western Reserve? 

The university’s Office of Events and Programs is gathering information on all eclipse-related campus events for a central listing on the office’s website. Members of the CWRU community are invited to submit listings for events taking place before, during and after the eclipse.

For more information, email Leah Addison at