The Daily Northwestern

Wolfe: As midterm elections near, take a deeper look at harmful campaign finance laws

Michael Wolfe, Columnist

January 11, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinion

As we enter 2018, Congressional midterm elections are fast approaching. Stakes are enormous: The entire House of Representatives and one-third of the Senate are up for re-election. November will either show Americans voting to...

Tang: Though a ‘model minority,’ Asian-Americans still face racism

Tina Tang, Columnist

October 28, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinion

In early September, American poet Michael Derrick Hudson made headlines when his poem was published in the “Best American Poetry” anthology using an Asian pen name. In his bio for the anthology, Hudson admitted that his poem ...

Northwestern professor shares research on legislative gridlock

Nora Shelly, Reporter

October 12, 2015

Filed under Campus, Speakers

A Northwestern professor discussed her research into the underlying causes of legislative gridlock Monday, arguing that lawmakers’ reluctance to compromise has paralyzed legislatures across the country. Political science Pr...

Letter to the Editor: Democracy on and off campus

Elliot Reichert

February 22, 2015

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

As a Northwestern alumnus and a current employee of the University, I have watched the debate surrounding a proposed divestment from the Israeli occupation closely but silently. I have opinions on the issue, but because I am...

Obama emphasizes income inequality in State of the Union address

Julia Jacobs, Assistant City Editor

January 21, 2015

Filed under Campus

Before the new Republican-dominated Congress, President Barack Obama focused on solving income inequality and easing partisan gridlock during Tuesday’s State of the Union address. The president asserted his goal to increase the...