Stories by Rosalie Chan
The sit-in was the symbolic foundation for social justice activism on Northwestern's campus.
Ask NBN examines the origins and value of NU's ethnic studies departments.
A new workshop through the Department of Social Justice Education helps white-identifying students learn to talk about race, white privilege and implicit biases.
The discovery of gravitational waves finally directly detects black holes and proves Albert Einstein was right. Northwestern's research played a part in this discovery and tells what this new finding means for the future.
Researchers at Northwestern have found insights into the way cancer cells work by studying fruit flies.
Sodexo workers still await finalized contract negotiations, three months after the circulation of a petition of student support.
A Northwestern dance group held its second annual show.
Warm weather and Thursdays mean a throwback to childhood favorites like juice boxes, courtesy of Happiness Club.
Not every student at NU spends their early mornings working on papers or catching a few precious hours of sleep. Some of them train for a military career.
Northwestern created a new major in neuroscience for next Fall.
Ta-Nehisi Coates and others discussed reparations and racism at Loyola on Tuesday.
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Students busted out their best dance moves at Battle of the Bands during Block 8.
Roll out the red carpet. Students draped themselves with flags and wore sports jerseys this block to represent their hometowns. ...
Jose Antonio Vargas talked about race, immigration and more at a talk Wednesday night.
An inside look at Northwestern's architecture program you've probably never heard of
As early as next fall, students may be able to pursue the new major. Currently, undergraduates interested in studying neuroscience can only take related courses like neurobiology or psychology.
Northwestern students danced to support orphaned Chinese children.
Here were some highlights from last Friday's Festival LatiNU.
Miss Kaibigan's "Filipino Fiesta" night? We've got photos and a recap for you.
Three Chicago-based hip hop artists are performing at 27 Live this Friday.
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The best day of the year, in pictures.
Food trucks come to Evanston for Dillo Day, but they're finding more and more success in Chicago year round.
“The Kids Are All Wrong,” an NU Channel 1 web series featuring improvisation, aired its first episode Sunday.
The members of DOJO, Northwestern's freestyle rap group, demonstrate their skills for us in a cypher.
Out of the students who report sexual assault issues to the Center for Awareness, Response and Education, 20 percent are ...
Behind These Eyes beat five other DJs at BDubs, and earned himself a spot on the Dillo stage.
A new perspective on buildings we pass every day, and a look into their past.
"Sometime in the midst of Chiberia, these flowers were waiting patiently, carefully, for their time to shine."
David Sanchez took time off of school to backpack across the United States. This is his story.
NBN sits down with Joey deBettencourt, NU alum and star of the Tony Award winning Peter and the Starcatcher, now in Chicago.
More than 30 start-ups were represented at the first-ever start-up career fair Wednesday.