Stories by Libby Berry
Reminisce on a year you'll definitely never forget.
Election Day 2016 is finally here. We're gauging how students feel, and this page will be updated throughout the day with new videos.
On Election Night, NBN Politics tries its hands at predicting the electoral outcome of several prominent swing states.
With only a week left before the presidential election, Northwestern Hillel welcomed a well-known politician to campus – albeit a fictional one.
The first debate between Clinton and Trump is on Monday. If you, like us, have been avoiding election news like the plague this summer, here's a cheat sheet to get you caught up.
In some respects, NU is a national leader in getting students to register to vote.
After filibustering ScHoolboy Q’s performance for 34 minutes, Ted Cruz was booed off the stage.
The evening of storytelling was about creating a dialogue centered upon individual experiences.
Catch up on this week's crazy political news with some memes.
Keenan touched on a variety of topics ranging from his time working for President Obama to advice for NU students.
Former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke spoke at Northwestern Monday night, delivering the annual Susan Bies lecture.
For conservative students or students from conservative communities, NU can be a pretty big political culture shock.
Don't have time to keep up with the elections? We've got some dank memes for you.
ASG presidential candidates faced off in their final debate of the election cycle, clashing over their stances on divestment movements.
Try out our quiz to see which campaign's platform you agree with most.
If your spring break was more about SPF coverage than news coverage, NBN’s got your back. Here’s what you missed ...
Northwestern held a series of events to discuss Native American outreach and inclusion.
This Thursday, many Northwestern students will be having uncomfortable political debates over turkey. But why, exactly?
A news recap from the past week. Most notable story you probably haven't heard: Roddy B. is coming back, y'all.
The International Student Alliance hosted a talk on gun culture across the world on Tuesday night.
It may not be Halloween, but here's some spooky news: No more bacon, says the World Health Organization. That and more in this week's recap.
Ta-Nehisi Coates was on campus today speaking, but you probably couldn't be there.
Falling behind the times on the latest political news? Catch up on Joe Biden's 2016 presidential run and Planned Parenthood in Texas with this week's recap.
Politically-minded students gathered Tuesday to watch the first Democratic presidential debate.
Find out what you missed this week around the nation.