Stories by Maya Mojica
Christopher Watson was appointed Northwestern’s dean of undergraduate enrollment and associate vice president for student outreach by Provost Jonathan Holloway.
The battle is over the 2020 census, which influences the redrawing of congressional districts in 2021.
These results mean that local news organizations need to take a different approach to how they spread their information in order to have the most success.
As predicted by several Northwestern professors, the issue of border security was at the forefront of Trump’s speech.
Chicago’s 2019 mayoral election has been quite the hot topic recently, and that’s probably because this election is so different from many of the races that came before it.
As temperatures dropped dangerously low last week, Northwestern students hunkered inside while campus food service workers went to work.
Climate change is a very political issue that has found itself far down the list of concerns for people in the political sphere.
Memes surrounding the thousand-dollar-coats may serve as a deconstruction of economic inequality at Northwestern.
Activist and author Maggie Anderson delivered a keynote address on Monday night at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, where she honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and discussed the importance of supporting black-owned businesses.