The Daily Northwestern

Letter to the Editor: Northwestern should lay off students’ wallets

Miriam Mogilevsky

October 3, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor: Is it just me, or does the NU administration think we're made of money? When I read about the new policy stating that dorm residents will be charged $200 if they lock themselves out of their rooms three times,...

Letter to the Editor: Student leaders call for Rock-painting hiatus

October 2, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

Dear fellow Wildcats, This past week has been especially trying for our community. A spectrum of emotions accompany the loss of a member of our Northwestern family. Since Harsha’s passing, our campus has dealt with feelings...

Letter to the Editor: Jewish student leaders call for Klein’s return

October 1, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor, As a Northwestern alumnus (class of 2012) and the past president of the Chabad Student Executive Board I want to convey to Tim Stevens, Patricia Telles-Irvin, and the entire Northwestern family how much Rabbi Klein...

Updated: Letter to the editor: Northwestern student leaders call for peer unity to find Harsha Maddula

September 27, 2012

Filed under Harsha Maddula, Letters to Editor, Opinion

We have followed the search for Harsha Maddula -- a member of the Class of 2015 -- with unease, worry, and confusion. Since we learned he was missing, we've been unsure of what we should do, of what could be effective or helpful. The...

Letter to the Editor: Obama’s jobs policies fall short

Donald A. Moskowitz

September 25, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

The United States has lost 50,000 manufacturing jobs per month or a total of 2,000,000 high-paying manufacturing jobs under President Obama. Our unemployment rate hovers over 8%. In January 2012 there were more unemployed...

Clothes lines: Solidarity in style

Chelsea Peng

May 2, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor

Gertrude Stein regarded the soldiers of World War I as "The Lost Generation" grown cynical with the excesses and fatal romanticism of an international conflict. This term was also applied to a collection of American writers: ai...

Between the sheets:friends without benefits

Tonya Starr

May 2, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor

Jake* and I have been best friends since freshman year. We sometimes pull all-nighters together because we suck at homework and love Sarpino's pizza. We borrow each other's stuff and often coordinate our errand running. We don't h...

Clothes lines:Concrete catwalk

Chelsea Peng

May 2, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor

Gertrude Stein regarded the soldiers of World War I as "The Lost Generation" grown cynical with the excesses and fatal romanticism of an international conflict. This term was also applied to a collection of American writers: ai...

The backburner: Orange Upside-Down Cupcakes

Maggie Gorman and Maggie Gorman

May 2, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor

If the words "upside-down cake" don't exactly conjure images of collegiate cooking endeavors, don't spark a craving of any sort or maybe even make you want to ignore this recipe entirely, I don't blame you. The upside-down ca...

Between the sheets: Friends without benefits

Tonya Starr

May 2, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor

Jake* and I have been best friends since freshman year. We sometimes pull all-nighters together because we suck at homework and love Sarpino's pizza. We borrow each other's stuff and often coordinate our errand running. We don't h...

The backburner: Orange Upside-Down Cupcakes

Maggie Gorman

May 2, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor

If the words "upside-down cake" don't exactly conjure images of collegiate cooking endeavors, don't spark a craving of any sort or maybe even make you want to ignore this recipe entirely, I don't blame you. The upside-down ca...

Letter to the Editor: Lewis’ behavior undermines diversity dialogue

April 26, 2012

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

Despite the outrage over last weekend's "Racist Olympics," no one has fully analyzed the culpability of all those involved in this incident. It is clear that the Ski Team made poor decisions that were offensive to a variety of...