Stories by Mollie Leavitt
"Being far away from the U.S., we've had to negotiate our country's new reality without the support system or resources we would've had back on campus."
The third installation in the Not a Study Abroad Blog series addresses answering the dreaded question of how things are going when they're not tip-top
When hundreds of students gathered at the Black House for a Black Lives Matter protest on November 13, Evanston Township ...
Students for Justice in Palestine hosted Palestinian American journalist Ali Abunimah as their fall speaker Thursday.
In an action-packed week of activity around the country and world, get up-to-date with NBN's weekly roundup.
Northwestern students protest Govenor Bruce Rauner’s recent budget cuts in Chicago Monday.
Falling behind the times on the latest political news? Catch up on Joe Biden's 2016 presidential run and Planned Parenthood in Texas with this week's recap.
In the first two sessions of an ongoing dialogue, Northwestern students, faculty and alumni expressed frustration at the university's efforts to dismantle the Black House.
With affirmative action in danger of disappearing in an upcoming Supreme Court challenge, we explore NU's policies and the possible impact of the case.
NBN rounds up the news you need to know from this week.
The Democratic presidential candidate delivered a rousing speech to a packed chapel at his alma mater on Monday.
Conservatism reigned across the globe this week, from David Cameron's reelection to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Activists and historians discussed the history of fair housing on the North Shore in a panel Tuesday evening.
Stanford and Princeton are waiving tuition for some students. Why can't Northwestern do the same?
Wael Ghonim's Facebook page helped ignite the Arab Spring.