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Campus Safety

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Forcible battery incident reported at AEPi fraternity house

January 30, 2023

Content warning: This article contains mention of sexual assault.  This morning, an anonymous individual reported an instance of forcible sex offense that allegedly occurred on January 27 at Alpha...

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NU Menstrual Equity Activists keep the period products flowing with campus drive

January 29, 2023

Northwestern’s Menstrual Equity Activists is encouraging students to stock collection boxes across campus with period products like panty liners, tampons and menstrual cups as part of the organization’s...

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Missing Kresge Hall letters stump students and faculty

January 24, 2023

Over the course of the past three months, silver letters have been slowly disappearing from Kresge Hall’s main signage. The first few letters started to vanish last November, and by mid-January, all...

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Rampant bike theft poses issue for Evanston residents, Northwestern students

January 18, 2023

It took just more than an hour for Weinberg freshman Adam Valiji’s new bike to disappear from the bike racks outside the Norris University Center.  “I looked everywhere,” he said. “I thought...

NU graduate student Peter Salvino found dead after being reported missing

December 19, 2022

The body of neuroscience third-year Ph.D. student Peter Salvino was recovered from Chicago’s Diversey Harbor, the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office announced Tuesday night. Salvino was first...

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