Stories by Lila Reynolds
The CCE began distributing 100 CTA passes a week just two weeks ago to students traveling to Chicago for civically-oriented activities like museum trips, volunteering and neighborhood exploration, and Rob Donahue, the CCE’s associate director, says it’s already a hit.
The Northwestern Global Strategy Task Force recommends establishing three new global locations and expanding global marketing to increase NU's presence.
Protesters marched as part of an Indigenous People's Day rally against the Dakota Access pipeline. Fossil Free NU and the Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance co-organized the event.
The report "features statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes, and also includes ... general information on the University’s safety and security efforts."
The 30th anniversary of Northwestern University Women's Center will be marked by a number of changes including a search for a new director and the elimination of counseling.
For the first time, Northwestern celebrated Native American Heritage Day with a first-year meet-and-greet and a storytelling event.
These fellas created some of the first autonomous drones.
The formerly progressive reporter turned libertarian discussed the role of the government in people's lives on Tuesday night.
NoteShark, a new note taking start-up begun by Northwestern undergrads, is up and running.
The U.S. ambassador to Georgia, Ian Kelly, spoke to students at the Buffett Institute Global Cafe Wednesday evening.
Morty delivered his version of the State of the Union to a packed crowd that included no undergraduate students.
For conservative students or students from conservative communities, NU can be a pretty big political culture shock.
“This is one of those events that breaks that silence and allow people to speak up.”
In some cultural student groups at Northwestern, a large population of their members don't identify with the group's culture.
Christina Cilento and Macs Vinson won the race to become ASG president and executive vice president Friday.
The Election Commission moderated the first of a series of ASG presidential and vice presidential debates on Monday night.
Provost Linzer and other Northwestern faculty told students how they're working to address issues of diversity and inclusion Wednesday evening.
Daniella, a Special Olympics athlete, shares her story as part of the Rally for Respect Photo by Lila Reynolds / ...
Student groups are looking deeper at the idea of open dialogue on campus this week after Palestinian activist Bassem Eid was forced to cancel his speech at Hillel on Sunday due to the presence of hecklers.
The New York Times journalist won the hearts of Medill students everywhere Thursday night, discussing coverage of Black Lives Matter, "Making A Murder" and establishing the truth with others.
Livetweeting gets political. One writer curated the funniest highlights.
Wondering why Northwestern's name was attached to a $2,700 Trump campaign donation? Everything is not necessarily what it seems.
We spoke with the host of “The Blackout,” Northwestern’s student-run late-night variety show.
Freshmen and sophomores will now be required to live on campus. Here's how much that might cost.
As a part of Northwestern's International Education Week, Jerome McDonnell and two panelists spoke about the benefits of studying abroad.
ASG expressed their support for student protesters at the University of Missouri Wednesday night, addressing ongoing injustices on our own campus.
ASG met to discuss potential changes to how student groups are funded, in advance of reviewing new funding requests.
Northwestern's Queer and Trans* Empowerment Month started Oct. 1.