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This Weekend on Campus/Diversions and Excursions

Iman Childs

April 17, 2012

Filed under Editorial

This Weekend on Campus Event: A&O Spring Speaker: John Oliver Where: Pick-Staiger, 50 Arts Circle Drive When: Friday, April 20 at 8 p.m. Cost: $10 Relax after midterms week with some laughs at A&O's annual spring event featuring ...

The Week That Was/This week, NU students were NOT

Kathy Hong

April 17, 2012

Filed under Editorial

The Week That Was Cheering on fellow students at First Pitch Night The Student Alumni Partnership hosted the First Pitch Night this past Tuesday at Giordano's. Communication sophomore Mollie Block, Communication junior Meghan Kasprzy...

2cents

Victoria Hilbert

April 11, 2012

Filed under Editorial

What is your Spring Quarter motivation? "Well, I'm two weeks behind in my reading, so I guess I don't have motivation." -Allison Siladi, Communication junior "I'm excited for summer, good weather and Dillo Day." -Rebecca Friedman...

The Week That Was/This week, NU students were NOT

Kathy Hong

April 9, 2012

Filed under Editorial

This Weekend on Campus Preparing to cheer on the Chicago Cubs The Chicago Cubs opened their season against the Washington Nationals last Thursday. Although they lost the first two games of the series against the Nationals, the...

Twit Picks/Your 2 Cents

Rachel Janik

April 9, 2012

Filed under Editorial

Twit Picks @NUDM: A HUGE congrats to Matt Larsen and Katie Amys, @NUDM 2013's Executive Co-Chairs, and ! DM 2013 starts NOW! (April 6) @CHETHAZE: It takes grinding to be a king. (April 6) @Lord_Voldemort7: Anybody tweeting #IHateSchoolBecause is whi...

This Weekend on Campus/Diversions and Excursions

Iman Childs

April 9, 2012

Filed under Editorial

This Weekend on Campus Event: The OpenShutter Project Presents: "Faces: Characters of Modernity" Where: Lake Room and Scholars Room, Norris University Center, 1999 Campus Drive When: Thursday, April 12 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. This sh...

5 Words For Kristen Wiig

Allison Lasher

April 9, 2012

Filed under Editorial

After seven seasons, rumors are swirling that "Saturday Night Live" favorite Kristen Wiig might be leaving the show and taking her seemingly endless range of characters with her. Whether it's time for tearful goodbyes or just a cru...

Editorial: Community should continue to shape NU Strategic Plan

The Daily Northwestern Editorial Board

November 2, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Northwestern administrators unveiled the University's strategic plan Tuesday to a crowd of more than 200 people. The unveiling marked the conclusion of a nearly two-year long process that included members from all corners of the co...

*Editor explains decision to change columnist staff

Katherine Driessen

October 16, 2011

Filed under Columns, Editorial, Opinion

After serious consideration The Daily has asked Steven Monacelli and Ani Ajith to step down from their positions as Daily columnists. Today marks the last time their columns will run Fall Quarter. The decision was made in an effort to preserve t...

Letter from the Editor: Look down and read the print in the box

Jeannette Moon

May 25, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

There's a box underneath this column. It's a staff box, and the font's small so it's fine if you've never read it. Still, it's there every day and it says important things like what editorials are, the volume number, a couple of...

Editorial: P-Wild should reconsider its pre-orientation ties

May 22, 2011

Filed under Editorial

There is no doubt Project Wildcat, the most popular pre-orientation program on campus and the focus of a feature story in today's edition, has provided defining experiences for many of its freshman participants. Numerous students ...

Thumbs…Yellow Line, Foley

The Daily Northwestern

May 18, 2011

Filed under Editorial

Thumbs up to...Potential new Yellow Line stop The Skokie Swift might have to change its name to include South Evanston stops, a much-needed addition for the parts of Evanston largely unaccessible by public transportation. We appla...