Stories by Maggie Harden
Sex drive in the tent is equivalent to a C- at the end of Block 1. Not a strong start.
Dance Marathon's first celebrity video featured James Carville and Sheryl Sandberg.
"Trump long ago declared war on the press, and spent much of his campaign trying to discredit any negative reports."
Speaker of the Senate Nehaarika Mulukutla said this week's Senate had its highest attendance of any meeting this quarter.
At the meeting, IFC senator Mike Seethaler and three substitute senators from Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) walked out as the senate prepared to vote on a sexual assault accountability bill, consequently preventing a vote.
In an email sent to students on Thursday, Vice President for Student Affairs Patricia Telles-Irvin affirmed NU's support of transgender students in light of actions taken by President Trump yesterday.
Senators debated a bill addressing the university's policy regarding sexual assault for four hours.
On Feb. 28, registered Evanston voters (that could be you!) can pick between five progressive candidates in a primary election for mayor. Learn a bit about each one here.
The Muslim Cultural Student Association brings a variety of speakers to campus for their annual Discover Islam Week starting on Tuesday.
SAE spokesman Brandon Weghorst told the Tribune that the fraternity has been ordered to "cease and desist all operations."
ASG heard several possible changes to Northwestern's academic calendar, including earlier start and end dates.
Northwestern’s Interfraternity Council (IFC) executive board issued a statement on Wednesday responding to allegations of sexual assault at two fraternities on campus.
The conversation delved more deeply into some of the themes from last week’s protests.
The initiative is a pilot program for now – but, if successful, it could be implemented in every building on campus by fall of 2017.
President Morton Schapiro said Trump's executive order concerning immigration raises "serious concerns" for the NU community, and that it would continue to protect students and staff regardless of their beliefs or nationality.
While you were watching the inauguration or protesting at the Women's March, you may have missed some important news!
The 44th birthday of Roe v. Wade was marked by President Trump's promise to make sure the decision would not live to see another president.
Dr. Jemison spoke about her experience as a child in the heart of the Civil Rights movement, her work in the space field and how the U.S. can continue to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today.
African Americans impacted by race-based violence were honored by the Delta Sigma Theta sorority as part of NU's two-week BLM initiative.
Critically-acclaimed author Ta-Nehisi Coates will speak to Northwestern students as part of the Contemporary Thought Speaker Series.
Buchanan spoke to students about the positive changes president-elect Trump can bring to America over the next four years.
O’Neill spoke to an audience about the importance of women mobilizing against president-elect Donald Trump.
Here are a few ways you can help combat the wide-reaching implications this pipeline might have.
In a World Series-shortened meeting, ASG got a few items of business out of the way.
The former presidential speechwriter and founder of Citizens University spoke about about Asian American civic engagement.
In ASG’s weekly meeting, the Senate voted unanimously to establish an ad hoc committee that will explore creating a judicial ...
Masoom cited mental health as her reason for relinquishing her position. President Christina Cilento also proposed a bill to establish a new committee for reviewing how student groups are funded.
NÜ Men, a six-week discussion group of men will host its first meeting next Tuesday, Oct. 18.
She encouraged students to keep campaigning and warned that a third-party vote is essentially a vote for Trump.
Brush up on your local politics before you head to the polls.
In their first meeting, ASG senators kicked off by introducing a new transportation resolution and discussing a few other goals for the school year.
Mineta has been a landmark figure in the fields of Asian-American civil rights and transportation throughout his nearly 50-year-long political career.
Dozens of students congregated at Norris to watch the political spectacle (er, discourse) of the first presidential debate of 2016.