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The Daily’s 2021 Lollapalooza preview

Jacob Fulton, Summer Editor July 29, 2021

Lollapalooza is back. After a year-long hiatus, the four day festival, arguably Chicago’s biggest musical event of the year, will return to Grant Park on Thursday. Boasting a star-studded lineup,...

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Puerto Rican Arts Initiative to become joint project between Northwestern and the University of Texas at Austin

Waverly Long, Web Editor July 22, 2021

The Puerto Rican Arts Initiative, started by former Northwestern Prof. Ramón H. Rivera-Servera, will become a joint initiative between NU and the University of Texas at Austin this year.  The initiative...

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NU professor Dr. Inger Burnett-Zeigler publishes book on the emotional lives of Black women

Rebecca Aizin, Summer Managing Editor July 13, 2021

After 20 years of working with patients with depression, anxiety and trauma, Feinberg Prof. Inger Burnett-Zeigler has taken her practice to the literary world with the debut of her first book, “Nobody...

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In Focus: Northwestern theater students receiving accommodations struggle to find accessibility within theater program

Rebecca Aizin, Summer Managing Editor July 12, 2021

In the fall of 2019, then-senior Dana Pepowski (Communication ’20) sought help from AccessibleNU after symptoms of her chronic illnesses began to worsen. The accessibility counselor she worked with...

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Winnetka native Courtney Cook publishes book on living with borderline personality disorder

Rebecca Aizin, Summer Managing Editor July 8, 2021

When Winnetka native Courtney Cook was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder at 23 years old, she wanted to learn more about the condition. So she turned to her first love: books.  Apart from...

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