Stories by Rachel Oh
We wanted to take a hard look at few specific privacy concerns from Facebook’s scandal and see why social media companies are busy updating their privacy policies right now.
A small but enthusiastic crowd of Northwestern students and non-Northwestern guests gathered to hear from the founder of Abstract Management and the founder of Bondfire.
"Ideas are dime a dozen – lots of people have great ideas. The really, really hard part is the execution and adoption."
According to Okorafor, "the root of Afrofuturism is in Africa” as opposed to science fiction.
A groundbeaking ceremony Friday morning was intended to showcase what the Black House will look like after its renovation — but, for the speakers and attendees, the ceremony also broke grounds for broader conversations about what the Black House means for Northwestern.
Schapiro spoke about the research and teaching initiatives the university is undertaking and as well as concerns about budget.
Former Secretary of Treasury Larry Summers spoke at the Susan Bies Lecture at the Global Hub on Wednesday, Oct. 18.
No more showing up in class looking super awkward in your suit and tie.
As a naïve freshman who couldn’t navigate the way through campus without Google Maps, I tried to look up SPAC.
This writer learns that the true meaning of independence is far more than taking care of yourself.
Dillo Day in cartoons: the six kinds of people you probably saw around campus this weekend.