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Phillips: After Women’s March, white feminists must recommit to intersectionality

Ruby Phillips, Columnist

January 22, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Millions of people united and marched all over the world to stand in solidarity against the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Saturday. I, too, proudly participated in the women’s march in Chicago with an estimated 250,000... Read more »

Pope: Consistent success has redefined Northwestern sports

Ben Pope, Reporter

January 18, 2017

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Sports

In a column published on Jan. 12, Garrett Jochnau argued that, despite the Wildcats’ reputation as “perennial losers,” students should appreciate the charm and personality of Northwestern’s teams. It is true that NU... Read more »

Vargas: Protesting is a valid way to express frustration with status quo

Alani Vargas, Columnist

January 17, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Political protests and marches have raged across the country since Donald Trump’s election and have received more attention this week as his inauguration approaches. The Women’s March on Washington this Saturday will coincide... Read more »

Farkas: New IFC and PHA members, stick to your values

Alana Farkas, Columnist

January 16, 2017

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

It’s that time of year again, when newly-accepted fraternity and sorority members experience their first taste of what it’s like to be part of the Northwestern PHA and IFC community. Some of these eager new members can be... Read more »

Lee: Watch the spacing between your letters

Jerry Lee, Columnist

January 16, 2017

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

I’m the former creative director at The Daily, and I’m writing a new series of columns about how typography subtly and thoroughly pervades our lives. I hope this series will reveal the powerful ways fonts can redefine arg... Read more »

Soto: We should not denigrate English learners while padding our résumés with second languages

Isabella Soto, Assistant Opinion Editor

January 10, 2017

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

During Winter Break, news outlets reported that an older woman in a Kentucky JCPenney went on an angry, hate-fueled tirade directed at two Latina shoppers. The woman’s vitriol was deeply rooted in racist rhetoric, she assumed... Read more »

Bannister: Donald Trump’s campaign against American civil society threatens the very institutions that hold the presidency accountable

Edmund Bannister, Columnist

January 10, 2017

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

The American experiment would not be possible without individuals who strive to understand our society through research, analysis and a careful consideration of nuance and detail. Although everyone has their personal biases, objective... Read more »

Cooper: Craig Sager should be honored with Northwestern award in his name

Danny Cooper, Columnist

January 10, 2017

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

Craig Sager, the Northwestern alumnus who strutted the sidelines for 40 years and reported on some of the biggest events in sporting history, had a personality as loud as the garish suits for which he was known. Even after he... Read more »

The Spectrum: Understanding my international identity at Northwestern

Nadine Daher, Op-Ed contributor

January 9, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion, The Spectrum

“Sometimes I forget you’re an international student. I just see you as an American.” I’ve been told this by numerous friends here at Northwestern and each time, a sense of pride used to grow within me. I am an Arab ... Read more »

Dion-Kirschner: In 2017, resolve to live greener

Hannah Dion-Kirschner, Columnist

January 8, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

It’s the start of a new year, and many of us are reevaluating our habits. In the next few weeks, motivated Northwestern students will attempt to hit the gym more or the snooze button less. But the year we’ve left behind was,... Read more »

Schwalb: The limits of post-election dialogue

Jess Schwalb, Opinion Editor

January 8, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Just days after the election of Donald Trump, think pieces galore called for liberals to reach out to those they have disrespected or ignored. The next four years would require, many wrote, a renewal of empathy for those snubbed... Read more »