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Men’s Basketball: Wildcats take advantage of Wesson-less Ohio State in first half en route to win

Men’s Basketball: Wildcats take advantage of Wesson-less Ohio State in first half en route to win

Ella Brockway, Copy Chief

March 7, 2019


Filed under Basketball, Latest Stories, Men's Basketball, Sports

Men's Basketball There were only 35 seconds in Wednesday’s game between Northwestern and Ohio State when the Wildcats didn’t hold the lead — the first 35 seconds. Senior forward Vic Law opened the matchup with a jumper from the top of the key as the shot clock hit zero to give NU an e...

The Big Ten is hiring its next commissioner. If he wants the job, NU’s Jim Phillips could reshape the next decade of college athletics.

The Big Ten is hiring its next commissioner. If he wants the job, NU’s Jim Phillips could reshape the next decade of college athletics.

Charlie Goldsmith, Sports Editor

March 7, 2019


Filed under Latest Stories, Sports, Top Sports Stories, Top Stories

What do you give the man who has everything? He has the second-highest salary of any NCAA Athletic Director, and an office with a stunning view of Lake Michigan. The building he spends his days in is part of a $265 million athletic facility that opened in 2018. The renovated Welsh-Ryan Arena was unveiled four months ago. The student athletes he represents graduate at a 98 percent rat...

Career advancement office sheds light on the pro-STEM bias, says that it’s a myth

Career advancement office sheds light on the pro-STEM bias, says that it’s a myth

Priyanshi Katare, Reporter

March 7, 2019


Filed under Campus, Latest Stories, Top Stories

Despite common perceptions among students that science, technology, engineering and mathematics majors are more likely to be hired, recent data shows that this may not be the case. Data collected by Northwestern Career Advancement over the past five years showed that non-STEM majors were equally...

SESP, Evanston schools expand collaboration to connect students with extracurriculars

SESP, Evanston schools expand collaboration to connect students with extracurriculars

Avi Varghese, Reporter

March 7, 2019


Filed under Academic, Campus, Faculty, Latest Stories, Top Stories

Northwestern’s School of Education and Social Policy is expanding its reach into the Evanston community by partnering with Evanston/Skokie School District 65 to help students access extracurriculars and online programs they might not know about otherwise. SESP and its Evanston partners identified...

In God we trust?: A Tale of Two Catholics

The Daily Northwestern

March 7, 2019


Filed under Campus, Latest Stories

This article in its original form included the stories of two students and their experiences with Catholicism. The article has since been retracted because it did not meet The Daily’s editorial standards. The reporter had a misunderstanding with one of the students about the privacy of the content and ...