Stories by Matt Silverman
ASG Senate defeated emergency legislation Wednesday recognizing the 102nd birthday of the late U.S. president Ronald Reagan.
This week's Senate approved resolutions supporting President Obama's gun control legislation and the University's divestment from coal.
This week's Senate offered support for a University initiative to embrace green energies, debated the endorsement of Obama's gun policy.
The ASG Senate barred an impromptu piece of legislation Wednesday proposing a resolution in support of President Obama’s recently unveiled gun control agenda.
The first season of Girls lacked racial diversity. Will season two have the same trouble?
Vice President Brad Stewart presented ASG’s new student feedback platform Campus Voice – which will allow students to ask questions, submit ideas and report problems about student life to the Senate – in a meeting Wednesday.
ASG Senate appointed six account executives to the Student Activities Finance Committee Wednesday.
Nearly 30 Northwestern students gathered at the Rock Tuesday night for the Rainbow Alliance’s candlelight vigil for Transgender Day of Remembrance, to honor the victims of transgender hate crimes.
Do you feel like there are many pop divas to keep track of? Don't worry, NBN will help you out with a few simple categories.
In an uncharacteristically brief funding meeting Wednesday, Northwestern’s ASG Senate allocated an additional $100 to Peace Project, the only student ...
This week's Senate meeting saw funding for a trip to the United Center and the creation of a committee to bring more gender-neutral restrooms to campus.
Northwestern Associated Student Government will support an individual or student group community service project in Evanston with a $500 grant ...
The head of ASG's Diversity and Inclusion Committee spoke about the group's plans for this year.
ASG Senate passed legislation Wednesday that dissolved the parliamentary position of Clerk and appointed Weinberg junior Carly Blumenfeld, who had previously held the position, to the new position of Chief of Staff.
Adolfo Hernandez, director of the Chicago’s Office for New Americans, spoke about Chicago's "race" against other cities to immigrant-friendliness.
Never a City So Real author Alex Kotlowitz Wednesday gave his One Book One Northwestern keynote address and some "journalistic pearls of wisdom."
The collaborative effort between Medill, McCormick, Bienen and the Knight Lab received an award from the Online News Association for their latest project.
An initiative by the Center for Civic Engagement pushed to have students register for the 2012 election both in their home states and Illinois.
The history professor spoke with NBN about his MacArthur Fellowship, which he'll use to research property ownership by slaves during the Civil War.