The Daily Northwestern

NU snags nomination for top vegan cuisine

Andrew Scoggin

October 25, 2009

Northwestern was nominated Friday as one of 32 finalists in peta2's "Most Vegetarian-Friendly College" competition. A win would be the second in three years for the University.Peta2, a high school and college-oriented division of animals rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, based its...

Faculty Club remembered as ‘valuable’ social space

Lilia Hargis and Lilia Hargis

October 25, 2009

Forty-three years ago, around 100 Northwestern faculty and staff members gathered for lunch each day in NU's Faculty Club, a dining, meeting and private event facility located at 1918 Sheridan Rd., according to the Faculty Club Constitution file in the University Archives.McCormick Prof. Morris Fine serv...

Nobel Laureate’s novels boost prestige of NU Press

Caroline Dzeba

October 25, 2009

When a once-obscure German author won the Nobel Prize for Literature this month, Northwestern University Press had a reason to celebrate along with her.Though recently faced with budget cuts, The Daily reported last month, the NU Press is currently processing thousands of back orders for Romanian-born Herta M&u...

NU student think tank takes on voting issues

Amanda Laabs

October 25, 2009

Taking a unique approach to affect change in local government, the student members of the Roosevelt Institution's Center on Poverty and Urban Issues will seek to bring attention to issues of voter inequality this year. After researching and writing pieces of public policy, the Center's members will pr...

Calendar 10/26-10/30

October 24, 2009