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Freshmen and sophomores will now be required to live on campus. Here's how much that might cost.
The film, screened by SHAPE last week, explores reproductive health in India and the question of forced female sterilization.
ASG passed a resolution condemning the Illinois governor's refusal to accept refugees into Illinois.
PTI and Assistant Provost Jabbar Bennett gathered for a community dialogue Friday.
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But seriously you shouldn't be buying those anyways.
An Evanston resident was pronounced dead on the scene on Wednesday morning.
Being vegan or vegetarian at Northwestern can be difficult. NU Veg Society is here to help.
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Today's $100 million gift to the School of Law is only the latest in NU's fundraising push. Join us as we trace the recent history of NU donations.
Northwestern wins. Sometimes.
The first official ASG Senate meeting last night highlighted goals for the quarter.
The University released new updates to its sexual misconduct policies.
Senators tackled the subject of re-accreditation Wednesday evening, discussing what the next evaluation process will look like for Northwestern in April 2015.
WILDTALKS is a new podcast designed to share hot-button issues with the whole Northwestern community.
The panelists answered questions and talked to an audience of about 150 people in Fisk Hall regarding human sex trafficking and the lack of attention the issue receives.
What happens when four coders brainstorm projects to help the NU community? Lettuce tell you.
Northwestern art history professor S. Hollis Clayson and 13 NU undergraduates presented the exhibition Toulouse-Lautrec Prints: Art at the Edges ...
ASG returns from Winter Break with new priorities for the quarter.
The Medill alumnus was honored for his dedication and passion for fearless journalism.
The new resolution called for a response to the national emphasis placed on acquiring more medical aid, professionals and treatment to those areas in Africa where over 14,000 cases of Ebola have been confirmed.
ASG addresses the vandalization of the Menorah Candle outside of the Chabbad House.
Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, spoke at Northwestern Tuesday night.
Photo by Rosalie Chan / North by Northwestern In an effort to increase awareness of the new conduct policies at ...
ASG announced changes that will streamline and simplify the recognition process for student groups.
Vigil on the Norris East Lawn commemorates the life of Mihir Boddupalli.
The plan would include a live-in requirement for sophomores.
What happens when social events conflict with religious holidays?
ASG talks bike lanes and Wild Ideas fund; welcomes new senators.
We sat down with ESPN analyst and Medill alumnus Adam Schefter.