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Una ilustración de una jeringa de vacuna parcialmente llena. Detrás de ella hay un vial, y otros 3 viales intercalados en el fondo. También hay ilustraciones de partículas de CoV-2 del SARS.

La guía de vacunación del Daily: Lo que tienes que saber para poder vacunarse

Angeli Mittal, Nick Francis, and Jacquelyne Germain April 14, 2021

Esta guía fue modificada el 14 de abril. Si tienes más información, envíanos un correo electrónico a [email protected] Aunque la producción de vacunas de COVID-19 se está llevando a...

President Morton Schapiro appears in black and white against a background horizontally divided in light and dark purple. The upper left side reads “Conversations with the President.”

Schapiro, senior administrators talk vaccines, admissions in ‘Conversations with the President’

Diego Ramos-Bechara, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor April 14, 2021

University President Morton Schapiro and senior administrators discussed vaccinations, finances and social justice initiatives in Tuesday’s ‘Conversations with the President.’ The annual event...

A view of Kresge Hall. It is a tan building with stone walls and four street lamps lining the border.

Northwestern wins Energy Star Partner of the Year award for second year in a row

Alex Perry, Assistant Campus Editor April 13, 2021

Northwestern earned an Energy Star Partner of the Year award for the second consecutive year, according to a University release. The award, co-sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and...

An open book, calendar, pencils and paper on a blue table. A stack of green dollar bills branded with a question mark are on the book, and a magnifying glass is laid over the bills.

#OneYearOut, NUGW continues call for funding extensions and worker protections

Maia Pandey, Assistant Campus Editor April 12, 2021

Every morning, Ph.D. student Rose Werth wakes up unsure whether she will feel “paralyzed and overwhelmed” because of the responsibilities that come with her education.  A third-year graduate student,...

A picture of the Pritzker School of Law from a downward angle. The building consists of many glass windows and walls that appear dark in the picture as well as the building’s concrete pillars. A person leans on the wall of the building to the left side of the picture under large letters that correspond to the specific building.

Biden nominates Pritzker Prof. Michael Kang on commission to reform Supreme Court

Jacquelyne Germain, Assistant Campus Editor April 12, 2021

President Joe Biden nominated Pritzker Prof. Michael Kang to a newly-formed commission to reform the Supreme Court of the United States, according to a Friday news release from the White House. The...

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