Stories by Natalie Escobar
Sekile Nzinga-Johnson has been tasked with imagining what the next 30 years at the Women's Center will look like.
Sekile Nzinga-Johnson has joined the Women’s Center as their new director, according to an email announcement from the Women’s Center.
As Northwestern’s own Title IX office is undergoing structural change, federal Title IX policy is now shifting away from Obama-era guidelines.
After two years in the position, Paul Ang is leaving his position as the coordinator of men’s engagement for CARE.
After almost nine years in the position, Joan Slavin no longer holds the position of Title IX Coordinator or director of the Northwestern University Sexual Harassment Prevention Office.
"Food is more than calories in, calories out. Food is supposed to have carbs and fat and sugar."
Last Winter, a few hundred faculty members received an email asking: would they, as non-tenure-eligible faculty at NU, be interested in joining a labor union? ...
NU beat Purdue this week, setting up a Top 25 showdown against Wisconsin next weekend. But for now, re-live the Purdue game in this photo story.
Ta-Nehisi Coates spoke on campus on Saturday as part of the Chicago Humanities Festival.
Homecoming week was a success (even if the game wasn't).
Check out the Wildcats fourth victory in photos.
McCormick lags behind the rest of the university in gender parity amongst its professors. While changes have been made, a gap persists.
The Vox editor-in-chief came to McCormick Tribune Center on Thursday and gave some interesting insights on the mainstream media's politics coverage.
View the print version of the Winter 2015 magazine. View the digital stories from the Winter 2015 magazine. ...
To celebrate the Carnival of Brazil, NU held a tutorial event on samba.
Hear from some of Northwestern's best and most creative at yesterday's Helicon open mic night.
The author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness spoke Monday night.
The event, co-sponsored by AEPi and the Office of University Chaplains, drew a crowd of around 500.
Congressman Brad Schneider returned to his alma mater to speak to a small crowd of students.
Students and Evanston Residents gather in ARTica Studios to create bowls for charity.
GlobeMed helped students get ready for all their ugly sweater parties this season.
We switched things up a bit, and this time RTVF majors have the cameras pointed at them.
Students from near and far convened at Norris over the weekend for WildHacks, the world's largest intercollegiate hackathon.
Here were some highlights from last Friday's Festival LatiNU.
Photos by Natalie Escobar, Alex Furuya, Devon Levy, Mia Zanzucchi and Wei Wei Check out photos from Purple Fest, the ...