The Daily Northwestern

Lurie Center starts partnership for personalized oncology program

Joseph Diebold, Web Editor

February 11, 2015

Filed under Campus, Science & Technology

Northwestern’s Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center is joining forces with the Northwestern Medicine Developmental Therapeutics Institute and Northwestern Memorial Hospital for a new research initiative that aims to...

New Spring Break program aims to introduce students to humanities

Mariana Alfaro, Assistant Campus Editor

January 22, 2015

Filed under Academic, Campus

For the first time, Northwestern students who aren’t planning to leave campus during Spring Break will be able to participate in a week full of activities as part of a new program from the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities. The...

Free coffee, donuts attract crowds to Chicago-area shops

Madeline Burg, Reporter

January 22, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Doughnuts are trendy, and doughnuts are delicious and — for one week — doughnuts are free. From Jan. 19-26 you can drop by any of Glazed & Infused’s five Chicago-area locations for free coffee and doughnut holes as...

Northwestern alumnus, Chicago attorney create startup for legal fees

Peter Kotecki, Reporter

January 21, 2015

Filed under Alumni, Campus

A Northwestern alum and his partner recently launched a startup that uses crowdfunding to help people pay their legal fees. Alan Savage, a Kellogg grad,  and CEO Michael Helfand created Funded Justice in December. Savage compared...

Intercampus shuttle schedule adds two round trips

Olivia Exstrum, Campus Editor

January 6, 2015

Filed under Campus

The Northwestern shuttle system announced in an email Monday it has added two additional round trips to the Intercampus shuttle service. The additional Evanston-to-Chicago service will leave Ryan Field at 4:55 p.m. and 5:40 p....

Men’s Basketball: 2015 recruit Jordan Ash enthusiastic about future in Evanston

Jesse Kramer, Reporter

December 9, 2014

Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

Tip Off When Jordan Ash committed to Northwestern, it just so happened that the school was in his backyard. “Northwestern could’ve been in Texas somewhere and I still would’ve picked Northwestern,” said Ash, a seni...