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Anya Cheng sits on the right side, wearing a burgundy suit. She holds a gray rectangular box with the words “Taelor.”

NU lecturer-founded startup Taelor addresses style and sustainability with artificial intelligence

Yunkyo Kim, Senior Staffer June 24, 2021

Menswear rental subscription service Taelor weaves together artificial intelligence and sustainability to curate stylish clothes for eco-friendly professionals. The women-led, Silicon Valley-based business...

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Northwestern Libraries accommodate community, open resources to NU and Evanston

Iris Swarthout, Reporter June 24, 2021

This summer, Northwestern is lifting most library restrictions for all students, faculty and Evanston community members after a year of limited availability due to COVID-19 restrictions. Weinberg junior...

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Northwestern to receive funding from U.S. Department of Energy to advance goal of clean electricity

Rebecca Aizin, Summer Managing Editor June 22, 2021

Northwestern will join dozens of universities across the country in receiving funding from the U.S. Department of Energy in an effort to advance the deployment of carbon-free nuclear power, the DOE announced...

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Northwestern announces formation of search committee for next vice president for human resources and chief human resource officer

Jacob Fulton, Summer Editor June 22, 2021

Northwestern formed a committee to begin the search process for its next vice president for human resources and chief human resource officer, the University announced Monday.  The 14-member committee,...

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After spending over a year at home, some Northwestern students look toward an in-person fall

Rayna Song, Senior Staffer June 21, 2021

While many Northwestern students returned to campus throughout the past year, some have remained home, watching in-person activities and the excitement of college life resume from afar. But this fall,...

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