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Men’s Basketball: Inside Merrimack’s program-defining, staggering upset over Northwestern

Men’s Basketball: Inside Merrimack’s program-defining, staggering upset over Northwestern

Charlie Goldsmith, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Men's Basketball Before he walked into Merrimack’s locker room at the end of the game, head coach Joe Gallo raised his fist like he’d just won the national championship. His players were all waiting for him on the other side of the door, looking for a cooler or a cup or anything that could ho...

Native community holds events in November for 30 Days of Indigenous programming

Native community holds events in November for 30 Days of Indigenous programming

Emma Yarger, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Graduate students Nikki McDaid-Morgan and Forrest Bruce gathered under Weber Arch Tuesday morning with a small group of Indigenous community members to take campus nature walks and appreciate the land where Northwestern was built. This event was a part of the University’s 30 Days of Indigenous programming,...

City Council passes ordinance allowing Northwestern to host professional events

City Council passes ordinance allowing Northwestern to host professional events

Sam Heller, Reporter

November 12, 2019

Northwestern will now be allowed to host professional sporting events and for-profit concerts at Welsh-Ryan Arena. The controversial text amendment passed 5-4 at Monday’s City Council meeting, while dozens of community members filled the chamber asking the members to vote no. This amendment to...

Kyle Lukoff reads his book on transgender identity to Evanston children

Kyle Lukoff reads his book on transgender identity to Evanston children

Rayna Song, Reporter

November 12, 2019

Kyle Lukoff, author of several picture books about transgender identity, read to a group of children at Evanston Public Library Monday evening. Lukoff read three stories he wrote, as well as a story from author Mac Barnett to the group of nine children. In one of his most popular books “When Aidan...

2020 Vision: Weinberg Dean Adrian Randolph will continue to push interdisciplinary research, faculty diversity

2020 Vision: Weinberg Dean Adrian Randolph will continue to push interdisciplinary research, faculty diversity

Amy Li, Campus Editor

November 11, 2019

This is the second article in a series called “2020 Vision” which walks through the reflections and hopes student groups, administrators and others throughout Northwestern have on the past few years and upcoming new decade. Entering the next decade, the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences will focus on expandin...