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Chicago rideshare drivers express concerns amid COVID-19

October 6, 2020

From concerns over the lack of effective policy to customers not wearing masks, rideshare employees speak on their experiences as drivers during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Two employees’ names were...

80 percent of Americans back passage of new stimulus bill, study says

Scott Hall, 601 University Pl., home of Northwestern’s Political Science Department.
October 6, 2020

President Donald Trump announced Tuesday afternoon that his team plans to stop talks on a new federal stimulus package until after the Nov. 3 election. House Democrats recently passed a $2.2 trillion...

Medill on the Hill postponed to 2021-22 academic year due to Capitol Hill pandemic restrictions

The Medill Newsroom in Washington, D.C., stands empty. The program was recently postponed to the 2021-22 academic year due to COVID-19.
October 4, 2020

Directors of Medill on the Hill announced Thursday the popular undergraduate program would be postponed to the 2021-22 academic year, citing pandemic restrictions on Capitol Hill. The announcement...

Students find alternatives to stay active on and off-campus

Henry Crown Sports Pavilion. With public gyms still a coronavirus hotspot, many students wondered how they would stay physically active on or off-campus.
October 4, 2020

After University President Morton Schapiro announced a completely virtual Fall Quarter for freshmen and sophomores in August, Northwestern Recreation closed to underclassmen as well. Whether they chose...

Women’s club soccer will “do whatever we can” to return to practice

The women’s club soccer team after a win at Ball State University last October. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Cheves.)
October 4, 2020

After months of being apart and off the field, the women’s club soccer team is ready to get back to practicing. Although the team only missed a few scrimmages in the spring, they are missing out on...

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