Stories by Matt Bellassai
At its nearly three hour meeting Wednesday, Senate heard from the Vice-President of Student Affairs and rejected a $700 funding request.
Bernardine Dohrn was once on the FBI's Most Wanted List. Today, the former revolutionary teaches at Northwestern. Though she spent her youth challenging authority, she now fights for justice within the system — legally.
Provost Dan Linzer answered senators’ questions and explained his job at Wednesday’s meeting. Senate also allocated nearly $12,000 to student groups in a brief, efficient session.
Rob Whittier, NU’s first sustainability director, addressed senators about the Sustainability Working Action Group at Wednesday’s meeting. Further results of an internal survey revealed unhappiness with Exec Board conduct during meetings.
Patricia Telles-Irvin wants to see you smile. Not in the creepy kind of way. But, you know, in a welcoming ...
A fresh student-designed shuttle tracker was dramatically revealed at Wednesday’s ASG Senate session. Ethan Romba, ASG’s emphatic Tech Vice President, ...
From food trucks to 5k, get the breakdown on Wednesday night's Senate.
In a stunted 40-minute Senate session, ASG senators approved a whopping $479.94 to purchase six Mac chargers and considered sending a student to China to receive training in the martial arts.
In a rare under-an-hour meeting, ASG President Austin Young announced a Cash Cab-like show for Northwestern students. He also announced a “Student Summit,” a UN-type gathering of student delegations from various campus groups.
In response to a demand for expanded resources, The LGBT Resource Center will move from its closet-sized space in Norris to a new, bigger location.
Almost 250 students attended Wednesday’s first ASG off-campus housing fair, but the fair contained no direct reference to the so-called Brothel Law.
The ASG Senate elected six members to Austin and Ash’s landmark 5K Initiative at the first Senate session of Winter Quarter Wednesday night.
“We’re really working to be a proponent of creating opportunities for Greek and non-Greek students to interact,” ASG President Austin Young says on how his administration will handle Greek organization involvement.