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Buchaniec: Kavanaugh’s disregard for due process de-legitimizes him

Catherine Buchaniec, Op-Ed Contributor

October 4, 2018

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

One’s reputation is their most valuable asset. It is beliefs generally held about a person that elicit their legitimacy, or lack thereof. The Supreme Court — an institution that rightfully retains a reputation of integrity...

Schakowsky boycotts Trump State of the Union Address

Ally Mauch, Copy Chief

January 30, 2018

Filed under City, Latest Stories, National, Politics

U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) did not attend President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union Address on Tuesday in protest of the president, according to a news release. “I refuse to normalize President Donald Trump...

Letter to the Editor: Trump’s recent international involvements send powerful message

April 16, 2017

Filed under Letters from Editor, Opinion

As someone who has opposed Donald Trump since he announced his presidency, recent political developments have caused me to second-guess some of my previous perceptions. On the campaign trail, Trump parroted an isolationist military...

Former President Bill Clinton to campaign for Hillary Clinton in Evanston on Tuesday

Marissa Page, City Editor

March 7, 2016

Filed under City, Latest Stories, Politics

Former President Bill Clinton will speak at a Hillary for Illinois event in Evanston on Tuesday morning, according to the Hillary for America campaign. Bill Clinton will speak at Beth Emet Synagogue, 1224 Dempster St., at 10:30...

Northwestern to host local round of Hult Prize competition

Peter Kotecki, Assistant Campus Editor

November 9, 2015

Filed under Campus

The Kellogg School of Management was selected to host a local round of the Hult Prize competition, which offers a $1 million prize to a student team as funding for a social venture. The Hult Prize Foundation, a start-up acceler...

Drumm: U.S. must rethink its Middle Eastern policy

Jack Drumm, Columnist

October 20, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Two weeks ago, in an ancient Afghan city near the border with Tajikistan, the United States military bombed a Doctors Without Borders hospital. The profoundly tragic incident in Kunduz speaks to a larger failure of American foreign policy in the Middle Eas...