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Evanston residents respond to proposed budget cuts

Katie Park

January 10, 2010

Nearly 50 people attended a City Council budget workshop Saturday morning to speak in support of branch libraries and public access television.At the workshop, the first to discuss the proposed budget for fiscal year 2010-11, City Manager Wally Bobkiewicz, Assistant City Manager Marty Lyons and other...

Girls vs. Boys highlights the musical efforts of students and faculty

Lauren Mogannam

January 10, 2010

The auditorium in Annie May Swift Hall was filled with laughter Sunday night as cast members of Girls vs. Boys became the audience when they caught the first glimpse of the documentary "Girls vs. Boys: The Creation of a New Musical."The documentary showcased the musical, Girls vs. Boys, which premiered...

SHIFT questions interplay of religion, science

Lauren Mogannam

January 10, 2010

Can science and religion co-exist? Communication freshman Steven Monacelli thinks so.Students debated the answer at Northwestern's Secular Humanists for Inquiry and Freethought weekly meeting Sunday. Group members discussed different beliefs and shared opinions about the role of science and religion ...

NU alumna talks YouTube stardom, future plans

Jessica Allen

January 7, 2010

Not long ago, online celebrity "Pumashock" spent her days studying cognitive science and linguistics at Northwestern. While at NU, Natalie White (WCAS ‘03) toured with a band called Funkintelligence, traveled to Los Angeles to star in a reality show and fell in love with Korean culture through th...

ASG enters new quarter ‘crunch time’

Lilia Hargis

January 6, 2010

Associated Student Government senators and executive board members are entering "crunch time" if they want to make a lasting impact on Northwestern, said Speaker of the Senate Samir Pendse at the first ASG Senate meeting of the quarter."Fall Quarter is a quarter of transition, the Weinberg senior said. "Mos...