The Daily Northwestern

Man on the Beat: Jerry Goldman, Founder of the Oyez Project

Katie Zhu

October 6, 2009


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Professor of political science Jerry Goldman has been teaching at Northwestern for 34 years and is a technological visionary. Goldman is founder of the Oyez Project, a multimedia archive of the Supreme Court, complete with all the audio ever recorded in the Court since it was first possible in 1955. ...

Week by Weekly

October 6, 2009


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Survey in Norris: Familial Love

October 6, 2009


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Anyone with siblings relatively close in age has given it some thought: After living with your bro or sis for 18 years, could you ever imagine attending the same university? We asked 100 people in Norris whether or not they would suffocate, and an overwhelming 67 percent say they'd actually love extra fa...

Sibling (Un)Rivalry

Paulina Lopez

October 6, 2009


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Almost every accomplishment, activity and decision to Weinberg junior Catherine Arney's name has already been accomplished by her older sister, Northwestern '08 graduate Alex Arney. From her Gamma Phi Beta chairmanship to her dreams of becoming a lawyer, Catherine and Alex are practically the same pe...

Why We Like: The September Issue

Mandy Oaklander

October 6, 2009


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

There's one game everyone plays at Condé Nast. Every magazine headquartered in the Times Square skyscraper has a corresponding floor, marked plainly in the elevators. Every rider's job - indeed, their instinct - is to predict who's getting off where. Ding: Lucky. Off goes the over-accessorized co...

Head First: Clueless to confident: The first few weeks of a transfer

Alyssa Meza

October 6, 2009


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

It was the first day of class and the Teaching Assistant at the front of the room invited us all, in standard practice, to introduce ourselves: name, year, major, hometown."My name is Alyssa Meza. I am a sophomore transfer student to Medill, so I guess I'm weird."That is how I introduce myself at Northw...