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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

A black poster on a white wall: “How safe is CBD? CBD has the potential to cause harm and result in unintended side effects” in large orange letters. Below, it lists: “These include: Drowsiness/Sleepiness, Mood changes, Diarrhea, How other drugs you take work, Decreased appetite, Liver injury.” At the bottom, “LEGAL DOESN’T EQUAL SAFE” is written in capital letters.

Health Promotion and Wellness aims to inform students about risks of CBD

April 24, 2022

Walking through the halls of University buildings, Northwestern students are now greeted by posters with a concise message from Student Affairs: “Legal doesn’t equal safe.” The posters list the...

Picture of a black sign in the show. It reads “Northwestern University Health Service, Counseling and Psychological Services.”

Northwestern announces partnership with TimelyMD to provide free, virtual mental health care services

April 19, 2022

Northwestern will partner with TimelyMD — a virtual health and well-being services provider for higher education — to offer students free support, the University announced Tuesday. TimelyMD uses...

A pink head with a heart where the persons brain is.

A guide to mental health and wellness resources at NU

August 15, 2021

With the transition to college comes a roller coaster of emotions: the prospect of new opportunities accompanied by all sorts of academic, social and personal concerns. After over a year and a half of...

One of MMHIs first accomplishments was adding the first Muslim provider — the Khalil Center — to the list of referrals that CAPS gives students when connecting them with off-campus mental health resources. It is still the only Muslim provider on the list of 217 resources.

CAPS transitions to remote services, provides workshops for out of state students

April 27, 2020

Northwestern Counseling and Psychological Services is providing therapy remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak through TeleMental Health sessions and online workshops and gatherings. One of the largest...

Verilife Medical Marijuana Dispensary on 1804 Maple Ave. From January onwards, residents of Illinois who are 21 years of age or older may partake in recreational cannabis use.

Northwestern students, officials speak on legalization of cannabis

October 8, 2019

In June, Illinois passed the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act, legalizing the possession of up to 30 grams of cannabis for residents of Illinois who are 21 years of age or older. When the law goes into...

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