The Daily Northwestern

Antidepressants found to serve dual purpose

Ganesh Thippeswamy

January 5, 2010

Filed under Science & Technology

A Northwestern-led research team recently discovered evidence indicating antidepressants may impact more elements of an individual's psyche than they are prescribed for.The study, published in the December issue of Archives of Genera...

Green Initiative: As the global warming debate heats up, environmental activism sprouts at NU

Katie Glueck

November 3, 2009

Filed under Science & Technology

Nearly 4,000 bleary-eyed students littered the classrooms, halls and auditoriums of the Technological Institute on that bitter January morning. Some brains worked feverishly, grappling with new information about existential en...

Alumni Association uses webinars to ‘transcend’

Claire Brown

November 3, 2009

Filed under Campus (Archived), Science & Technology

Students and alumni in search of networking skills can take their questions out of the classroom and onto the Web with the Northwestern Alumni Association's webinars.David J.P. Fisher, Weinberg '98, hosted a series of four w...

Tech Talk: the latest in NU research

October 10, 2009

Filed under Campus (Archived), Science & Technology

Olive oil linked to lower risk of Alzheimer's in Feinberg School studyAccording to a new study from Northwestern's Feinberg School of Medicine, there may be another reason to love extra-virgin olive oil besides the fact that it pr...