Press Under Pressure
The similarities Bolsonaro shares with the American president are many, but lately one characteristic has been in the spotlight: his antipathy toward the press.
Waiting by the phone
I went on CAPS' website to make an appointment, and nothing was available. I checked multiple times a day to see if anything suddenly became open, and it didn’t.
Going into a rally for the first time, I didn’t really know what to expect.
We need to do better
In order to change the culture around sexual assault, we can't excuse the past actions of one of the U.S.'s most powerful leaders.
Bet your bottom dollar
Why do Northwestern’s donors have such shitty priorities?
The foreign language requirement detracts from what college should be about
More than just a game
The World Cup is seen is as a celebration of talent – but for many, it is more than that.
This argument may be controversial, but it really shouldn’t be.
There are few occasions in human society during which terrible aesthetic and artistic choices are routinely made. Unfortunately, weddings are one of them.
Northwestern's favorite princess
Meghan “has so much more in common with the rest of the world than members of the aristocracy.”
Fly like a... Boeing?
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg gave an eye-opening talk at Northwestern Wednesday evening.
The Earth Day Brunch in Allison Dining Hall was pretty, but it did nothing to promote the health of the environment.
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land of soccer and samba
"I had to change the idea of what a normal life means, as I had been living two different lives at once."
open your eyes
While it is difficult for students of a university halfway across the world from Syria to connect with the struggles of its people, it is still our responsibility as global citizens to remember the lives of those who have fought and lost.
On The Blogs
This is not a study abroad blog
Despite Hannah's excitement for the great delicacies of Chile, she arrived to find her food bland and covered in the egg-y condiment.
This week people wrote about long weekends, Subway and the Oscars.
One writer offers his take on the new IGNITE program, which was supposed to help freshmen through their first year, and suggests that next year NU should remix IGNITE.
Freshmen might become discouraged during Winter Quarter, but they should focus on embracing failures, celebrating successes and waiting for warm weather.
The quarter system is "an awkward tango of timelines."
What is it about college parties that make them inherently more enjoyable than their high school counterparts?
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"A seven letter German and a nine letter Norwegian were forcefully joined on a 4 ½ X 10 legal birth certificate by a tiny, yet crucial dash."