Stories by Chrissy Lee
Creativity is everywhere at the DM Kids Fair on the ground floor of Norris
From hot chins to zebra fish fins, NU researchers study the darndest things.
Take a ride through the history of the CTA in Evanston, from Linden to Howard.
Scott Nevins spoke Thursday night as Rainbow Alliance's spring speaker.
Senate made adjustments to Dillo Day activities and discussed the potential future of NU alcohol policy.
In the first Senate meeting of the Ajith-Van Atta era, ASG appointed its first ever director of dining and tackled legislation designed to honor the late Margaret Thatcher.
ASG Senate approved legislation to support construction of a Hinman Avenue crosswalk and discussed new resources for off-campus living Wednesday night.
Northwestern University Dance Marathon broke records last year when it raised $1,107,670 and maintained its highest participation rate of 900 ...
Stop ignoring those pesky update notifications. Operating system and software updates boost security and performance—and take nearly zero effort to ...
Tiny House – which started as a McCormick class project in 2010 by students who have since graduated – will be on display at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago through June 7.
For the health conscious, dining halls are tough to navigate. The pizza station greets visitors immediately at the entrance, the ...
McCormick juniors Lyndon Sapozhnik and Michael Chen’s googly-eyed robot won Saturday’s twenty-first annual McCormick Design Competition.
The University announced it will add gender-neutral bathrooms to some campus buildings, including Tech. NBN sat down with Morgan Richardson, co-President of Rainbow Alliance, to talk about the campaign to increase gender-neutral options.
NU named Aaron Jay Kernis the winner of the $100,000 Nemmers Prize Monday, which includes a performance by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Campus diversity conversations continued at Asian NU Project, FMO and Alianza's "Why do all the Asians sit together?" discussion.
Approximately 100 students attended the Vera Summit's first event on Sunday.
Victor Shao will serve as the next ASG President, after receiving 60.54 percent of the vote in Friday's runoff election. Brad Stewart will serve as ASG Executive Vice President.
This year's ASG presidential campaign managers share their strategies for capturing the student vote, starting with Monday, the first day of campaigning.
North by Northwestern spoke with the ASG leadership candidates about aims for improving ASG and which campus administrators they would like to be.
Founded by Northwestern students, AlumTalks, which helps undergraduates connect with alumni, is one of 20 companies to advance in the third round of the Intel Innovators competition.
New Director of Off-Campus Life Tony Kirchmeier spoke with North by Northwestern recently about his responsibilities as director and the biggest challenges facing students living off-campus.
Oxfam America President Raymond Offenheiser spoke to NU students and Evanston residents at this weekend's NUCHR keynote address.
UPDATED WITH PHOTOS: “The Day of Service is the ‘action’ part of this weekend,” said Andrea Bell, one of the event’s coordinators. Volunteers worked at sites in both Evanston and Chicago.
Sodexo is making “subtle adjustments” to some employee schedules, its district manager said Thursday in response to the Living Wage Campaign claims that all dining hall workers would work two and a half fewer hours this year.
In an unsigned email sent early Wednesday morning, the group claimed that “Sodexo has cut 2.5 hours from every dining hall worker at Northwestern.” The meeting will be Monday, January 9.
The event, “63 Reasons to Like Israel,” featured alumnus Gil Hoffman (Medill '99), chief political correspondent and analyst for The Jerusalem Post and reserve soldier in the Israel Defense Forces Spokesperson Unit. Students who walked out said that they felt disrespected and that Hoffman did not address all sides of the conflict.
This week, Northwestern student organizations put on two service events: Project Pumpkin, a Halloween festival for Chicago-area children, and Food Day, a series of activities supporting healthy and sustainable eating.
President Barack Obama has tapped a Northwestern faculty member to become a key member of the National Board for Education ...
ASG Senate convened Wednesday for the first time this quarter, as new and returning Senators settled into the regular meeting ...
Campus food service workers may have achieved a “major victory” with a new contract Sept. 15, but they and the ...
Despite increasing criticism across campus that ASG has little effect on Northwestern student issues, ASG officials maintain that most of their initiatives do, in fact, make a difference – even if overlooked.
Photo by author. The annual Northwestern Ski Trip will venture to Jupiter Bowl in Park City, Utah this winter, the ...
Students designed an app to bring their peers to the Evanston community. Screenshot courtesy of Phil Dziedzic. Shoppers in downtown ...
Students, staff, Evanston residents and police gathered to discuss Northwestern-Evanston relations, as part of a series of “Community Conversations” organized ...
The Northwestern Faculty Senate passed three resolutions May 4 — one to voice its concern for the possible violation of ...
Northwestern Formula Racing's latest will compete against other collegiate formula racing teams at the Michigan International Speedway next week.
The final results give Elder and Green House 180 green points. The awards ceremony will be on Wednesday from 7 ...
Elder and Green House still lead the pack as Green Cup comes to a close -- but we won't see final numbers for a few more days.
The two dorms have pulled far ahead midway through Green Cup.