Engineering and ethics clashed when his uncle the gambler asked him to fix the game
The Case School of Engineering community would normally be bustling with back-to-campus activities, the start of a new academic year, and preparations for homecoming celebrations. This year, the hustle and bustle has taken on a different tone as we prepare for an academic year that will look and feel markedly different from anything any of us have experienced before.
The emotions generated by landing your first job, that thrill and anxiety, may only be outdone by the shock of abruptly losing it.
In recent times, hundreds of Case students and young alumni have received that second phone call, the one with stomach-dropping news: A start date has been postponed, an offer rescinded, an internship cancelled.