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The Daily Northwestern Holiday Guide 2014

The Daily Northwestern Holiday Guide 2014

Olivia Exstrum, Stephanie Kelly, and Alice Yin

December 3, 2014


Filed under 2014 Holiday Guide, Top Stories

Welcome to The Daily's annual Holiday Guide! The print edition hits newsstands Dec. 3, but for our full issue and online articles, click here for info on how to get through the holidays.   Holiday Guide 2014...

Holiday Guide: Charitable ideas for the holidays

Christine Farolan, Copy Chief

December 3, 2014


Filed under 2014 Holiday Guide

'Tis the season of giving, and there is no shortage of worthy causes. Here are some on- and off-campus suggestions to get you started, plus some opportunities that are a little different than your average food drive. On-Campus Most holiday-themed philanthropies such as GlobeMed’s Ugly Sweate...

Holiday Guide: The alternative holiday mix

Shane McKeon, Reporter

December 3, 2014


Filed under 2014 Holiday Guide

As everyone knows, Christmas music is great. In fact, some would say it’s the greatest. For others, though, an entire season of Michael Buble’s “Christmas” can be daunting, if not fatal. Submitted for your approval: A dozen classics (or soon-to-be classics) you may have missed. “Christmas in...

Men’s Basketball: Midway through nonconference play, Wildcats still growing

Men’s Basketball: Midway through nonconference play, Wildcats still growing

Jesse Kramer, Reporter

December 2, 2014


Filed under 2014 Holiday Guide, Men's Basketball, Sports

In terms of winning percentage, Northwestern is off to a fine start with a 5-1 record. Only underneath that pretty record lays a team still identifying and then correct some shortcomings. NU was exposed last Wednesday in a 61-42 loss to Northern Iowa at the Cancun Challenge. The Wildcats allowed the Panthers to ...

Holiday Guide: Sports to keep an eye on this holiday season

Paige Leskin, City Editor

December 2, 2014


Filed under 2014 Holiday Guide

Although the Christmas season is most known for festivities such as drinking eggnog and spending time at home with family, sports teams do not take a break for the holidays. Games are in full swing: the Wildcats’ basketball season is underway, it’s the middle of hockey season and both college and...