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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

Hands cup water flowing out of a silver faucet with a blue background.

Study led by Northwestern professor quantifies experiences with global water insecurity

January 4, 2023

A recent study led by a Northwestern professor has made significant advancements in quantifying global experiences with water insecurity. The 2022 study, with anthropology Prof. Sera Young as the lead...

Hand grips a mask in front of the The Arch

Two years into the pandemic, faculty and students reflect on how COVID-19 has impacted their lives

April 4, 2022

As college-aged Americans started getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in April 2021, third-year comparative literary studies Ph.D. student Raina Bhagat felt helpless. Travel restrictions barred her from...

Natasha Sondakh (SESP ’22). Sondakh’s debut novel, “She Smells of Turmeric,” will be published at the end of April.

SESP junior Natasha Sondakh prepares to publish debut novel exploring Indonesian identity

January 14, 2021

In just four months, Natasha Sondakh (SESP ’22) wrote her debut novel, “She Smells of Turmeric,” while juggling classes and learning how to market her book. The fictional novel follows an Indonesian-American...

Buffet Institute plans collaboration with Universitas Gadjah Mada. Arryman Scholars will find an institutional home there as well.

Arryman Scholars find an institutional home as NU plans collaboration with an Indonesian university

March 6, 2020

Sari Ratri, a 2017 Arryman Scholar, described the program as an “oasis.” As young scholars in Indonesia, Ratri said she and her colleagues used to be tasked with bureaucratic jobs like assisting...

A plastic bag floats below the surface at Manta Point, off the coast of Bali. Plastics large and small are beginning to clog Indonesia’s crucial current passages, spelling trouble for marine life.

Abroad Brush Strokes: Plastic jellyfish and giant mantas in Bali

October 4, 2018

In this series, a writer recounts his experiences studying environments and natural resources in Indonesia. When I jump into the water at Manta Point, the first thing I see is a plastic bag. I almost...

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