Northwestern has a lot of positive qualities – ask a tour guide and they'll quickly rattle off one or twelve reasons why our university is the best one around. But a lot of the school's best aspects are also double-edged swords. Frontera's tasty Mexican grub is inauthentic and pricy. Dance Marathon's philanthropic tour de force sometimes wallows in bureaucracy. And if you've ever sought after internships, you know that Northwestern's pre-professional atmosphere fosters success but also pits students against each other like rabid animals. Like our memorable exes or Chipotle, many of us have a love/hate relationship with the school to which we are inexplicably tied.
Our love/hate relationship with Northwestern