Stories by Natalie Marks
The Northwestern team beat 17 other schools in the regional competition, and will represent the Chicago Federal Reserve district in the national college Fed Challenge.
International children's book exhibit "An Imaginary Library," open since October 9 for a three-month stay, showcases striking artwork. The exhibit consists of 75 original pieces accompanied by a description of what the illustrator envisioned for the story.
Update: According to the Chicago Police Department, the report of a sexual assault of a student has been deemed “not ...
Homecoming events began Sunday with Make a Difference Day, and will include improv on Tuesday and a parade on Friday. The Grand Marshal of this year's parade is Chicago Bears football player and Weinberg '07 graduate Nick Roach.
Hundo will close its doors at its Northwestern-owned 1800 Sherman Ave. location in March 2010. The University opted not to renew Hundo's lease. Owner Tony Anton plans to "go out with a bang" and is looking for a new location in Evanston.
The Responsible Action Protocol, as outlined in the student handbook, offers some disciplinary protection for those who call for help for intoxicated friends. But administration officials say the protocol simply formalizes their past responses to alcohol-related cases, and is far from an amnesty policy.