The Daily Northwestern

Theater Review: ‘Iphigenia 2.0’ delivers its message, forgets plot

Iman Childs, Columnist

October 11, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns & Reviews, Reviews, The Current, Theater

A military captain prepares to set sail for combat, but first, he must sacrifice his daughter to prove the justness of war to his soldiers. If the word "sacrifice" conjures up thoughts of an ancient polytheistic society, you wou...

The Week That Was: Week of Sept. 30

John Yang, Reporter

October 4, 2012

Filed under Events, Odds & Ends, Recaps, The Current

Commemorating Harsha After the body of missing McCormick student Harsha Maddula was found in Wilmette Harbor , the Northwestern community and his family united as one. Even with different beliefs, attendees came together in...

The Search for Harsha Maddula: This is not about you

The Daily Northwestern Editorial Board

September 27, 2012

Filed under Editorial, Harsha Maddula, Opinion

In the past, Daily staffs have used editorials to speak from our position as journalists in an attempt to reshape or add a new perspective to campus debates. Today, we speak as students heartbroken over the disappearance of one...

New students to tour Chicago as part of One Book One Northwestern

Meghan Morris, Reporter

September 26, 2012

Filed under Campus

With the close of Wildcat Welcome programming, new students will be given the opportunity Sunday to explore the greater Chicago area. As part of “One Book, One Northwestern,” the Center for Civic Engagement organized a...

Residents walk, talk about creating peace in Evanston

Tanner Maxwell, Reporter

September 10, 2012

Filed under City

Margaret Nelson said she dreams of walking through Evanston to catch the night sky over Lake Michigan. The city's crime is the only thing between her and that scenic stroll, she said. Nelson, a volunteer for the Youth Organization...

Where to meet off campus

Susan Du, City Editor

August 27, 2012

Filed under Orientation Issue

When months’ worth of dirty laundry renders dorm conditions inhabitable, when “meet me at Norris” gets old and the trek down to Chicago is complicated by endless viaduct construction, Evanston’s many mom and pop hangouts...

How to survive the Chicago cold

Amy Whyte, Reporter

August 27, 2012

Filed under Orientation Issue

As someone who was born and raised in Alabama, I grew up in the kind of town where an inch of snow on the ground could cancel school for a week. I rarely saw temperatures dip below 30 degrees Fahrenheit and considered it “cold”...

Evanston eateries: Where to eat off campus

Audrey Cheng, Reporter

August 27, 2012

Filed under Orientation Issue

As a college student with a dining plan, you’ll be surprised how much you find yourself eating out. While some claim they eat out because they get tired of the food served in dining halls, I suspect the habit of eating out so...