Stories by Karli Goldenberg
Members of the Northwestern community and beyond gathered Saturday evening in Lutkin Hall to attend “Guns, Activism, Change,” a conversation that featured Samantha Fuentes and Jaclyn Corin.
"It feels like half of my heart is in Squirrel Hill."
“Bitch, if you want power, you’ve got to take power.”
Since her late-night television debut in 2014, Wolf has worked as a writing supervisor and performer on Late Night with Seth Meyers and as an on-air contributor and writer for Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
“Angel was truly my angel. She was there for me when nobody else was and watched over me through my toughest times at Northwestern,” Stephanie Bernstein, one of Wilson's friends, said.
Members of the Northwestern community came together Wednesday evening to remember Ananya Agrawal, a Weinberg senior who died last weekend.
CIS of Chicago is the local branch of the largest network of independently operating dropout prevention organizations in the U.S.
The crowd clapped and called out, “¡Otra!¡Otra!¡Otra!¡Otra!”, asking Mariachi Northwestern for an encore song following their sixth annual spring variety show.
To discuss the recent rise in feminist literature more in-depth, Bookends & Beginnings owner Nina Barrett moderated a conversation with Northwestern psychology professor Renee Engeln and author Megan Stielstra.
Students and members of the Northwestern community came together on Tuesday night to hear Women's Center Director Dr. Sekile Nzinga-Johnson speak about the intersection of the first-generation experience and socioeconomic class.
On Monday evening, two New York Times columnists who have come under fire at times for their controversial opinions sat down to discuss free speech and democracy.
After working as a foreign correspondent for eight years in China and returning to the U.S. in 2013, Evan Osnos, a staff writer for The New Yorker who covers politics and foreign affairs, was greeted by the government shutdown his first day back at work.
You've cheered in the audience, now take a behind-the-scenes look at Northwestern's yearly flagship striptease performance.
On this day in history 60 years ago, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his second of two April 1958 lectures at NU.
"This is an exciting time in someone’s life, and I want people to go after their goals, their dreams in an environment that isn’t holding them back."
"What the hell is happening today? What is the dialogue today in American politics? ... It's got to stop."
"She’s there bumping right up against the bureaucracy and the challenges, but she’s not backing down."
“It’s really just all about trying to get as much positively done," Cooper said, "on our campus and beyond."
Tariq Touré and Khāled Siddīq performed to members of the Northwestern community and others in Harris Hall on Feb. 20 for Poetry with a Purpose
Members of the Northwestern community and beyond came to the McCormick Foundation Center on Jan. 19 to take part in “Inside Chicago."
From #MeToo to Fiona the Hippo to Cardi B, 2017 is a year we certainly won't forget.
A reception hosted by NAISA honored the Cheyenne and Arapaho people who lost their lives on Nov. 29, 1864, in the Sand Creek Massacre.
Daniel Biss spoke with students and members of the Evanston community about his Illinois gubernatorial campaign, the importance of activism and his progressive policies.
Trump emphasized that the United States would be willing to take action against North Korea, adding, “You would be shocked to see how totally prepared we are if we need to be.”
In the wake of the Oct. 1 Las Vegas mass shooting, more people from both sides of the aisle are coming out in support of stricter gun laws.
Throughout her political career, Power has gained notoriety for her dedication to women, refugees, human rights and international cooperation.