As you eagerly await the results of the election, people all over the world will be doing the same.


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municipal drama
Evanston's holding all the tickets, and you're owing all the fines.
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getting political
Ben Shapiro spoke to an almost full McCormick Auditorium on Wednesday night in an Advancing Freedom lecture.
ben who?
You probably know by now that Ben Shapiro will be on campus this week. But who even is he?
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Russian to conclusions
Trump released classified information to the Russia. Here's what that means.
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Onward Together
Hillary Clinton announces the launch of her new political group, Onward Together, a group that hopes to advance progressive causes by assisting grassroots organizations.
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feminism in war
About forty students and community members attended the event, which highlighted the struggles Palestinians have faced both in U.S. and abroad.
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Over 100 students, faculty, and other community members attended the event.
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Vive la France!
The French hit the polls Sunday, choosing Emmanuel Macron to be their next president.
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let the race begin
Pritzker had some strong opinions about his current competition, Republican Governor Bruce Rauner, and his time in office.
across the aisle
Northwestern’s election tally may in fact tell a story less congruent with the homogenous progressive liberalism with which colleges are often categorized.
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Danielle Allen, Harvard’s James Bryant Conant University Professor, found another parchment copy of the Declaration of Independence.
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Sacré bleu!
Two candidates are left in the French elections. Who are they, and what are they promising?
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To build or not to build
NBN looks at Trump's progress on implementing his immigration policies so far.
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v for vendetta
100 days in, relive Trump's long war on Obama.
foreign policies so foreign
Sorry U.N., you are getting less money from us.

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