Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

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NU students explore academic interests through summer research opportunities

Jessica Ma, Reporter June 26, 2022

Communication sophomore Samantha Miheve found inspiration in the ensemble of unique characters in the television show “Parks and Recreation.” This summer, Miheve is screenwriting her own political...

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Northwestern to follow new fossil fuel investment guidelines

Isabel Funk, Summer Editor June 24, 2022

Seeking to help address climate change, Northwestern announced Thursday it has established new guidelines for investments related to fossil fuels, greenhouse gas emissions.  “As an institution with...

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Students staying in Evanston for summer juggle fun and productivity

Astry Rodriguez, Reporter June 21, 2022

With school out and a long summer ahead, students staying in Evanston remain busy. Many are enthusiastic about enjoying the city and the season while balancing internships, summer jobs and research. Northwestern...

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Three Northwestern professors to present at TEDxChicago

Yiming Fu, Managing Editor June 21, 2022

You might catch one of your professors delivering a TED Talk this fall. SESP Prof. Mesmin Destin, McCormick Prof. Michael Jewett and McCormick Prof. Manijeh Razeghi will speak at September’s “Showtime:...

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‘It gives us an edge’: After more than ten years, The Sexualities Project at Northwestern continues to promote sexuality-based research

Selena Kuznikov, Reporter June 21, 2022

Ever wondered what Tinder might look like thousands of miles across the globe? When Communication Prof. Jeremy Birnholtz sought funding for his research on the impact of dating apps on gay and bisexual...

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