Stories by Rachel Oh

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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.

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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.

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"Ideas are dime a dozen – lots of people have great ideas. The really, really hard part is the execution and adoption."

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According to Okorafor, "the root of Afrofuturism is in Africa” as opposed to science fiction.

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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.

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Schapiro spoke about the research and teaching initiatives the university is undertaking and as well as concerns about budget.

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Former Secretary of Treasury Larry Summers spoke at the Susan Bies Lecture at the Global Hub on Wednesday, Oct. 18.

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No more showing up in class looking super awkward in your suit and tie.

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As a naïve freshman who couldn’t navigate the way through campus without Google Maps, I tried to look up SPAC.

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"I had to get a surgery immediately or my finger would permanently stay rigid."

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This writer learns that the true meaning of independence is far more than taking care of yourself.

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Dillo Day in cartoons: the six kinds of people you probably saw around campus this weekend.

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One writer reflects on memories created on the shores of Lake Michigan.

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Whether I’m fond of it or not, even the words “Room 202” conjure nostalgia