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Doctors recommend 30 minutes of exercise a day to stay healthy. What does your heart rate look like on the treadmill?
This week, we're optimistic as we look forward to studying Mars and combating cybersecurity threats, but fearful for the ozone.
Nine Lives seeks to tell students' lesser-known stories so that listeners can hear about the experiences of their peers. Each quarter, Nine Lives creates about three podcasts that tell anecdotes from students’ lives.
This week, our writers are looking up ... to the stars, and to the future of technology.
It's been a big week in tech, from the CGI in "Avengers: Infinity War" to instagram drama over artificial intelligence.
By definition, environmental justice is when low-income or minority communities are disproportionately exposed to pollution, toxins or degraded environments. But if you ask Weinberg sophomore Denise Lopez, she’ll tell you it’s “the greatest struggle for our generation.”
Missed Chicago's indoor March for Science on Saturday? Don't worry – you can still "Speak Up."
The Muslim Cultural Students Association (McSA) invites students to learn about Islam this week through a series of events called Flipping the Script.
The group has weekly lessons, and its quarter will end with a pop-up Japanese cuisine restaurant.
Espresso Expressions, hosted by the Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC), was an open mic Thursday designed to give a voice to students of color who wanted to perform
Here at Northwestern, you can get enough cash to fund weeks of drinks at Norbucks for one small price: getting mono.
Whether you want to watch a play, listen to a speaker or perform community service, there's bound to be an activity for you.
Perez, the national co-chair of the Women's March on Washington, dedicates herself to a life of work with civil rights issues.
The plan outlines actions to be taken for the next five years that will allow the university to reach its goal of net zero emissions by 2050.
Freedman spoke to a crowd of Northwestern students and local astronomy enthusiasts about her work on the Giant Magellan Telescope.