Week in Review Nov. 11: DM emcees and early decision applications
    In case you were busy bidding a tearful farewell to the Western Black Rhinoceros, here’s a recap of some news you may have missed this week.

    The two picked DM after turning down the Oscars hosting gig
    Ned Baker and Ashley Thompson are the newly chosen emcees for next year’s Dance Marathon. The two will be tasked with keeping dancers motivated for 30 straight hours. We’ve got a rather enlightening Q&A with Ned and Ashley right here.

    Sincerely, Canada actually got the government to pay for their tents
    Sincerely, America members set up tents near the Rock to protest Evanston’s “brothel law.” Organizers circled a petition and gave out voter registration forms. Head over to our stunt doubles at The Daily Northwestern for more.

    Stay tuned for Week in Review’s 2,450-part series profiling every ED applicant
    The number of students applying early increased again this year, as the total number of early decision applications grew 15.2 percent from last year. We’ve got more right here.

    Whittier’s first task: collecting and recycling every taped flyer on campus
    Robert Whittier, Northwestern’s new sustainability director, will be on the job starting Monday. This new position was created after a campaign by SEED and other environmental groups. Check out The Daily for the whole story.

    Unfortunately, Week in Review Day will not be celebrated until the spring
    Rahm Emanuel proclaimed Nov. 9, 2011, Steven T. Rosen Day to honor the Feinberg professor’s contribution to the field of oncology. Rosen is also director of the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University and director of cancer programs at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. For more, head over to Northwestern Newscenter.


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