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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

The Ukrainian flag is painted on The Rock, and the words “Stand With Ukraine” are painted on the rock in front of it.

Northwestern hosts U7+ Russia-Ukraine panel on geopolitical turmoil

April 5, 2022

Spotty internet service didn’t stop Kyiv School of Economics President Tymofiy Mylovanov from dialing in from Ukraine to a Tuesday morning panel about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.  During the...

Visiting Prof. Pippa Skotnes speaks Monday in Scott Hall. Skotnes used a charred billiards ball from the Great Chicago Fire to explain her archival research on the San peoples.

South African artist, academic discusses work at Buffett Institute talk

May 8, 2017

South African artist and academic Pippa Skotnes used animal bones as a canvas to narrate the stories of the San peoples of South Africa. Skotnes said the combination of the bones — which came from...

Left to right: Peter Slevin, Hendrik Spruyt, Juliet Sorenson, Yohanan Petrovsky-Shern. The Buffett Institute for Global Studies held a panel to discuss the future of Trump’s foreign policy.

Buffett Institute holds panel on Trump’s foreign policy

April 28, 2017

The Buffett Institute for Global Studies held a panel of Northwestern faculty Thursday to discuss the state of President Donald Trump’s foreign policy as his first 100 days draw to a close. The event,...

Winners selected for Global Humanities Initiative prize for translation

April 10, 2017

Northwestern’s Global Humanities Initiative and Northwestern University Press selected two inaugural winners of the Global Humanities Translation Prize for an “in-progress translation” of marginal...

Al Eastman, a panelist and archery director for the American Indian Center in Chicago, discusses the power of divesting from banks that finance the Dakota Access Pipeline. The event, held in Harris Hall, also focused on the role of social media as a tool for political action.

Panelists discuss ways to support No Dakota Access Pipeline movement at Buffett Institute event

February 8, 2017

At a panel presented by the Buffett Institute for Global Studies, Native American scholars and academics discussed methods for supporting Standing Rock, such as divestment campaigns and social media posts...

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