Stories by Clayton Gentry
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Abner Mikva, a former professor of law at Northwestern, has been chosen to receive the highest civilian honor in the United States.
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President Barack Obama spoke Thursday to a crowd of local political figures, Northwestern students, and journalists in Cahn Auditorium.
They may not have had any official role to play in the vote, but international students still breathed a sigh of relief when the U.K. stayed together.
Attendees shared personal narratives of people they had just met Wednesday night.
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For students that are constantly moving around, online classes may help them do it all.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority hosted two speakers on human trafficking tonight as part of the international 234+ movement.
Behind These Eyes beat five other DJs at BDubs, and earned himself a spot on the Dillo stage.
Northwestern student listeners will be available Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights to help students who want to talk.
A group of Northwestern students and faculty members marched in a movement to promote sexual assault awareness.
Cubs games, skyline views and sports bars await you in the Chicago neighborhood of Wrigleyville, located along the Red Line.
Marc and Cadden Kapsalis, the parents of five-year-old Caleb, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, addressed DM Saturday night.
College Dems brought in the former State Dept. advisor to speak Tuesday night.
oNe is a compilation of weekly profiles of the members of the Northwestern community. This week, we asked students about their ambition.
"From its origins in American black fraternities in the ’40s, stepping has always depended on precision..." AKA talks stepping and sisterhood.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian told a crowd of budding software engineers that he has no idea what he’s doing Wednesday night in Fisk Hall.
The English professor and novelist will be speaking in Harris Hall Wednesday evening.
Journalist Roger Thurow spoke about his book The Last Hunger Season and what activists trying to solve the global food crisis can learn from Nelson Mandela's legacy.
Deanna Zandt discussed using digital tools to accomplish change Wednesday night.