The Daily Northwestern

Shirola: The U.S. government must ensure open access to ketamine infusions

Wesley Shirola, Columnist

October 3, 2019

This is the third column in “Failed Policy,” a series examining the history of drugs and drug policy in the United States since its founding. Ketamine, which is a drug most commonly used to induce and maintain anesthes...

Buchaniec: The case for a female president

Catherine Buchaniec, Columnist

April 8, 2019

During its 242 years of existence, the U.S. has elected 45 presidents, all male and almost all white. The only Oval Office position held by a female commander-in-chief is in fiction. From the calculating Claire Underwood in House...