Stories by Medha Imam
Divestment activists staged a demonstration at the Rock in advance of Wednesday's ASG meeting.
Students marched with Sodexo workers on Friday as they advocated for better terms on a new contract.
Recommendations included building sustainable relationships with Native American communities and tribes, reaching out to Native American alumni and establishing an Indigenous Research Center.
The DU report found Evans culpable in the Sand Creek Massacre where Northwestern's report cited a lack of "known evidence."
A philanthropy event planned by Kappa Kappa Gamma and Zeta Beta Tau was cancelled on Sunday night after public outcry about the event’s offensive nature.
A&O Productions announced in a press release that indie duo MS MR will be the opening act for this year’s ...
A&O Productions released a photo on their Facebook at 9 p.m. on Thursday evening to hint this year's headliner of the A&O Blowout.
Updated Sept. 30, 11:45 a.m.: President Morton Schapiro confirmed in an email to students that Obama will be speaking at Northwestern's Evanston campus ...
Students convene at the Rock for a candlelight vigil hosted by Students for Justice in Palestine. Medha Imam / North ...
Senior Author Teepu Siddique, M.D., spoke about the groundbreaking ALS research that Feinberg researchers discovered.
Addressing a stain on our history, Northwestern announced yesterday its prospective membership in the Newberry Consortium in American Indian Studies. ...
Senators adjusted SAFC recommendations for A-Status groups Wednesday night.
William Easterly spoke at NU, the continued search for a new Weinberg dean and other news you might have missed this week.
Students will be showcasing posters with statistics and facts about modern-day slavery from May 22 to May 23 near the Rock.
Senators approved nearly $13,000 worth of funding for B-status groups Wednesday night.
A new gelato restaurant on Simpson, an alumni mayor elected in the North suburbs and the latest multicultural initiatives on campus.
As ASG met this Wednesday, senators engaged in an extensive back-and-forth debate about the ASG budget and prepped for next ...
Hundreds of millions of U.S. college students are interested in entrepreneurship, but most say colleges aren't helping them achieve their dreams.
Illinois 9th district Representative Jan Schakowsky spoke with students about the importance of voting and civic engagement.
Dr. Nadimpalli addressed pre-med students about the international medical aid organization and offered some career advice Monday evening.
Northwestern weighs in on student health, the City weighs in on paper vs. plastic, and more.
Northwestern is now offering free Microsoft Office for students.
ASG declined to fund pre-med peer mentoring, but approved funding for other initiatives Wednesday night.
oNe is a compilation of weekly profiles of the Northwestern community. In this installment, we ask: Where did you see a silver lining?
Faculty teaching awards, Lyfe's grand opening announced and more from the past week.
Chief Marketing Officer Mary Baglivo spoke about University marketing strategy Wednesday before ASG passed a resolution in support of a bottled water-free campus.
The RedesigNU competition, updates on the Medill Justice Project and other news you might have missed this week.
The latest in cannabis and political science research, as well as an upcoming visit from a renowned artist.
ASG approved legislation to promote student activism regarding Title IX policy Wednesday.
New DM co-chairs, surprising weight study and more from the past week.
ASG presidential tickets were released Wednesday night before Senate elected its speaker and parliamentarian.
Catch up on the news about increased tuition, Tahera Ahmad and Bienen's upcoming concerts.
University participates in national recycling competition Northwestern is amongst over 200 colleges and universities that are participating in a nationwide recycling ...
NU and the City of Evanston rolled out a new employment program, and other quick news from the week.
"Clicking away, she displays a string of photos to the viewers, leaving it up to them to decide the ultimate question: 'Am I pretty or ugly?'"
Northwestern leaps into the future with institute for nanotechnology Northwestern University’s International Institute for Nanotechnology will partner with Nanyang Technological University in ...
Marriage as an evolving matter Weinberg Psychology professor Eli Finkel reported the primary function of marriages nowadays is spousal dedication ...
Two former Newsweek writers discussed workplace discrimination Wednesday evening.
Catch up quickly on Northwestern news from the past week.
Check out some tidbits you may not have seen this week.
The letters, placed in last week, revived debate over the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Catch up quickly on the news you might have missed this week.
From freak spiders to freak waves, five writers share the bizarre nightmares they had as children.
NBN spoke to the student organizer of the April TEDx conference.
Applications for TEDx Northwestern U 2014 are now closed Speaker applications for Northwestern’s 2014 TEDx conference closed on Wednesday. Applicants ...
"Now that we’ve achieved human flight, research also has the ability to achieve invisibility. Now that we’ve imagined it, it just needs to come to reality."
Andi Zeisler on humor, representations and adding a feminist perspective to media.
Hannah Chung is a 2012 Northwestern graduate and co-founder of Design for America. She recently won a startup competition at ...