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Podculture: From St. Ives to CeraVe, the rise of skincare

Podculture: From St. Ives to CeraVe, the rise of skincare

Joanne Haner, Reporter June 30, 2021

The increasing popularity of skincare products and influencers has students on campus revamping their routines. Low-cost brands such as The Ordinary, CeraVe and The INKEY List make a simple routine accessible...

Stakeholders discuss impact of Name, Image and Likeness legislation in Illinois

Jacob Fulton, Print Managing Editor June 8, 2021

Name, Image and Likeness legislation has swept across the nation, getting statehouse approval in over a dozen states. Ahead of a Wednesday U.S. Senate hearing about NIL legislation, stakeholders discussed...

In Focus: Diversifying classical music through education

In Focus: Diversifying classical music through education

Waverly Long and Emily Sakai June 7, 2021

According to a 2014 study by the League of American Orchestras, less than 2 percent of musicians in the approximately 800 orchestras surveyed were Black. The lack of Black representation in classical music...

Defining Safe: Defining Queer Space

Molly Lubbers and Ilana Arougheti May 27, 2021

Nearly 25 percent of Northwestern’s campus self-identified as queer in ASG’s last survey, but the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center only holds 10 people. And that’s one of the only institutional...

Podculture: Dinner and a TikTok

Podculture: Dinner and a TikTok

Hannah Cole, Reporter May 27, 2021

While eating disorders look different for each individual person, the culture on college campuses can sometimes further hurt students’ relationships with eating. The emergence of “eat with me” videos...

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