Stories by Mitchell Caminer
After over a year of preparation and research, the John Evans Study Committee released a 113-page report that details its historical investigation into the Northwestern co-founder’s involvement with the Sand Creek Massacre.
Morty's Angels, a site that ranked NU female students, was taken down Saturday.
The DJ will perform during Dillo's penultimate slot before 2 Chainz.
Mayfest announced Sunday that Dillo Day will no longer be open to the public as they switch to a serialized wristband system.
Sheridan Rd. and Chicago Ave. may look much different in 2015. City Council moved forward Monday night with several new programs.
The University has formed a committee to assess services for Native Americans on campus, and offer recommendations to remedy weaknesses.
The hip-hop artist will open for Chromeo on Friday, A&O Productions announced.
The electro-funk duo will play the Riviera Theater Friday.
ASG suspended parliamentary procedure while attempting to change voting procedures Wednesday night.
Julia Watson and Erik Zorn will become the next president and vice president, respectively, of ASG.
The presidential and vice presidential candidates debated differing visions for ASG Monday night.
The 20-year-old rapper is the first artist to be confirmed by Mayfest officials for this year's Dillo Day.
The actor and comedian will perform stand-up comedy April 8 at Pick-Staiger.
Dance Marathon has come to an end. Find out how much was made and how it concluded here.
According to the information released so far, fundraising for DM 2014 is on track to surpass the historic highs of the past two years.
The Founder and CEO spoke with NBN about her DM experience.
Sarah Schastok spoke about how DM helps the local community, and her pump-up dance song.
Janet Brown and John Park spoke about fundraising totals and how Team Joseph is preparing to put DM's donation to good use.
Shelbie Bostedt / North by Northwestern Katie Penrod, Joseph's sister, spoke to dancers during Block 3 on behalf of Team ...
ASA's boycott of Israeli higher education prompts debate over academic freedom.
Mitchell Caminer / North by Northwestern The alleged sexual assault of a Medill junior has spurred student activism demanding better ...
The Medill junior suing the University filed a civil suit Wednesday against Professor Peter Ludlow.
Amy Xu and Lindsay Barranco will be feeding 1500 people during all 30 hours of DM.
Jackie Mahoney was found dead Monday, according to the Tigard, Ore. Police Department.
The building was evacuated for nearly 30 minutes Monday afternoon.
Updated Feb. 6, 12:30 p.m.: An incredibly rare and valuable violin was stolen from Prof. Frank Almond in Milwaukee, but has been recovered.
Senate voted to shorten the election period and prohibit faculty endorsements Wednesday night.
A record 370 men accepted bids to IFC chapters during Winter Recruitment.
Myrlie Evers-Williams delivered the MLK Keynote in Pick-Staiger Monday.
Provost Dan Linzer introduced two new policies Monday that apply to the University community.
Special uniforms for the men's basketball team, a new masters program and more from the past week.
168 men accepted bids to IFC chapters Wednesday night, the first of Winter recruitment.
The latest on the University and Evanston's weather responses, the potential return of Taco Diablo and a top award for an engineering professor.
Professor Victor Tsirline was found dead Saturday afternoon in Lake Forest after his car was struck by a Metra train.
Professor Piotr Kulesza was found dead in a Florida resort Sunday morning after falling from the 23rd floor.
Dozens of students, faculty and community members gathered in Harris Hall on Thursday evening to share fond memories of Alexis Lasker.
Former Northwestern student Caleb Dayton jumped to his death from a parking structure Tuesday afternoon, and the incident has been ruled a suicide.
The Princeton professor on kidney donations, seeing-eye dogs and saving the world.
Alan Gilbert talks about the complicated legacy of John Evans, founder of both NU and DU.
You will now be able to enjoy a glass of wine at Starbucks, but leave the e-cigarette at home.
Members of the John Evans Study Committee reported on their progress and invited community feedback Wednesday evening.
The Mary & Leigh Block Museum opened the Block Spot on Wednesday evening.
The former Amherst student-turned-activist discussed her story and campus sexual assault culture Tuesday night.
ASG welcomed 15 new senators and considered a campus tobacco ban Wednesday.
Didn't make it out of bed for Mike & Mike this morning? See the highlights and what you missed from today's live broadcast.
The fast-food chain opened a new location Thursday in Norris to serve up sandwiches and more.
Over a dozen Holocaust survivors gathered Tuesday to read from Out of Chaos, a new anthology edited by a Northwestern alumna.
Evanston and Northwestern Police aren't too concerned with your totally rad off-campus rager.
Catch up on what happened in Evanston and on campus this summer.
After much delay, hip-hop artist Wiz Khalifa was announced as the Dillo Day nighttime headliner.
The Ethernet-based entertainment platform will shut down July 31 as Residential Services considers streaming and on-demand alternatives.
McCormick students competed in a seeded, tournament-style robot design competition Saturday.
College Feminists and the International Socialist Organization brought feminist Sharon Smith to campus Friday.
Three of seven Cabinet nominees were not confirmed at Wednesday's Senate, leaving multiple high-level positions currently open.
The Alumnae of Northwestern University showcase noncredit courses to the public year-round.
In the last meeting of Shao and Stewart's term, Senate got an advance look at plans for an updated student center.
Two members of the Northwestern Debate Society provide an in-depth look at last night's ASG presidential debate.
The four candidates for ASG president kept discussions courteous as they debated issues in the final ASG-sponsored debate.
Leymah Gbowee, Nobel Peace Prize winner, gave the keynote speech at this year's GlobeMed Global Health Summit.
In the first Senate of Spring Quarter, ASG elected two new officials and discussed commuting solutions for students.
A week after proposing a universitywide diversity requirement, ASG and the University Diversity Council held an open forum Thursday night.
Students protested Thursday against racist incidents and discrimination as well as a lack of institutional acknowledgement of the issues.
Panelists from the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless and the Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation came to Norris to discuss youth homelessness Wednesday.
In response to a petition by NAISA, Northwestern will form a John Evans Study Committee to investigate Evans’ involvement in the Sand Creek Massacre.
Dave Isay, founder of nonprofit StoryCorps, conversed with Professor Alex Kotlowitz over the emotional nature of storytelling Tuesday night.
Parking shortages have plagued Northwestern for more than 50 years, according to this in-depth explanation of the University's problems with parking.
Jacqueline Hansen of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines spoke about the dangers dormant anti-personnel landmines still pose Friday afternoon.
The petition NAISA has gained the attention of University administrators, who are putting together an investigative committee.
In the wake of shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary and Taft High School, NBN breaks down the rights and regulations of gun ownership in the area.
Active Minds and the Undergraduate Psychology Association teamed up to discuss mental health with students in Harris Hall Monday night.
The University will partner with 2U and nine universities across the country to bring undergraduates online courses beginning Fall Quarter 2013.
John Heilemann, Medill ’87, spoke and took questions Friday about the 2012 presidential campaign as part of Medill’s Crain Lecture series.
Photo courtesy of the Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance. You’ve discussed costume ideas with friends, scoured the internet and ...
Artist Jenny Polak began her stay at NU with a speech Wednesday about her artistic focus on the mistreatment of immigrants.