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Letter to the Editor: Wait for the facts before rushing to judgment based on unverified accusations

February 13

Filed under Letters to Editor

Like everyone in the Northwestern community, I was stunned and appalled to receive Chief of Police Bruce Lewis’s security alert informing us that four students attending a Sigma Alpha Epsilon frat party were possibly given a...

Editorial: The Daily Northwestern endorses Hillary Clinton

The Daily Northwestern Editorial Board

October 26

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

We know what you’re doing. Probably rolling your eyes. Yes, it may not come as a shock that our editorial board is in favor of electing the only qualified candidate for president. Yes, it’s no surprise that we favor a policy...

Chicago woman charged with two felonies for Target store bathroom explosion

Rishika Dugyala, Assistant Summer Editor

June 12

Filed under City, Crime

A Chicago woman was charged with two felonies Saturday after setting off a minor explosion in the bathroom of a Target store on Howard Street three days earlier. The Cook County State’s Attorney’s Felony Review Unit approved...

Tina Fey set to play Medill alumna, former Daily editor in chief in new movie

Tori Latham, Managing Editor

March 4

Filed under Alumni, Campus

When Tina Fey first started taking classes at The Second City, she worked in Evanston and frequented Gigio’s Pizzeria for lunch. Now, Fey is reconnecting with the city, if not physically, then figuratively, through her portrayal...

Northwestern alumnus Bruce Dold named next Chicago Tribune editor

Benjamin Din, Digital Projects Editor

February 18

Filed under Alumni, Campus, Latest Stories

After nearly 40 years at the Chicago Tribune, Bruce Dold (Medill ‘77, ‘78) was named editor of the paper Wednesday. Dold began at the Tribune in 1978 as a reporter before being appointed to the editorial board in 1990....

Letter to the Editor: Does NU have a housing problem?

Dick Reif

September 29

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

When I attended Medill from 1962-64 B.C. (Before Computers), graduate students' biggest gripe was Northwestern's total lack of housing for us. We were at the mercy of Evanston landlords who charged whatever the market would bear ...