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Editorial: Revised meal plan will help to improve student life

The Daily Northwestern

May 14, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Starting next Fall Quarter, NU students will have new meal plan options. Associated Student Government, nuCuisine, Residence Hall Association and the Residential College Board all worked to revamp the current system and at th...

Editorial: LGBT full-time staffer needs continued support

The Daily Northwestern

May 9, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

The Associated Student Government recently passed legislation endorsing the campaign for a full-time staffer at the LGBT Resource Center. The center, which acts as a safe space for the LGBT population, supplies the university co...

Editorial: Collaborative is a positive step for NU alcohol policy

The Daily Northwestern

May 7, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

On May 2, Northwestern University pledged to join the Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking, a coalition against binge drinking initiated by Dartmouth College president Jim Kim. The collaborative, through biannual meetings, wi...

Thumbs…tennis, gas, transcripts, and the DREAM Act

The Daily Northwestern

May 3, 2011

Filed under Editorial

Thumbs up to...Women's tennis continues to dominate Yeah, you don't pay attention to the women's tennis team and probably don't know where they play. But they've done nothing but represent NU to the fullest, bringing home thei...

Editorial: LEND should focus on volunteers, not money donations

The Daily Northwestern

April 30, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Northwestern students working through Lending for Evanston and Northwestern Development launched a two-week campaign yesterday working to raise funds for small businesses in Evanston. LEND intends to provide business training an...

Editorial: Liquor license board should not mix business judgment with subjective morals

The Daily Northwestern

April 22, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

A local businessman's plan to open a Tilted Kilt in Evanston has garnered opposition from residents of the local community. A petition asking that the liquor board, headed by Mayor Tisdahl, reject the Kilt's request for a li...

Thumbs!

The Daily Northwestern

April 19, 2011

Filed under Editorial

Thumbs down to...double dipping pension law. Former Evanston Fire Chief Alan Berkowsky has come under fire for "double dipping" on pension. His long service to Evanston's fire department does and should entitle him to a pensi...

Editorial: Students should demand advisory committee for NU

The Daily Northwestern

April 19, 2011

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Northwestern University's $6.8 billion endowment is currently one of the largest in the country, consistently ranking in the top-15 nationwide. It is also one of the least transparent. Although select information pertaining to...

Editorial: Kellogg’s move will open space for student use

November 17, 2009

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

As the Kellogg School of Management lays claim to a new site east of the Henry Crown Sports Pavilion and Aquatics Center, as The Daily reported last week, now is the time to start thinking about the future of the Jacobs Center. Ke...

Editorial: Campus safety needs new look

November 10, 2009

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Your 5 a.m. e-mail told you: This week marked yet another incident of violence on campus. This time it involved sexual abuse that occurred in a well-lit indoor hallway of Tech, early enough in the evening for other students to...

Editorial: Race essential in crime alerts

November 10, 2009

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Should we ever have to choose between safety and racial sensitivity? The debate about including a suspect's race in NU crime alerts is too easily simplified by this dichotomy: Either we need to know the suspect's race for our sa...

Campus Watch: Limitations of forum stifled some dialogue

Corinne Lestch

November 8, 2009

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

The blackface incident that sparked debate across campus and garnered national attention last week also happened two years ago - and will likely happen again in the future. So what are students and administrators supposed to do...