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Cooper: Craig Sager should be honored with Northwestern award in his name

Danny Cooper, Columnist

January 10, 2017

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

Craig Sager, the Northwestern alumnus who strutted the sidelines for 40 years and reported on some of the biggest events in sporting history, had a personality as loud as the garish suits for which he was known. Even after he...

Medill, Foley Foundation publish safety guide on conflict reporting

David Fishman, Assistant Summer Editor

August 17, 2016

Filed under Academic, Campus, Latest Stories

Medill and the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation published a safety guide earlier this month for college journalism educators to teach students about the growing risk of reporting on conflict, terrorism and violence around the w...

Guest Column: Respecting Syrian lives is the least we can do

Ameer Al-Khudari, Guest Columnist

February 17, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinion

The Syrian conflict has found its way to Northwestern campus politics. It took only four years, nearly four million refugees and 220,000 lives to do so. Its emergence on our campus isn’t going to give the few Syrian-Americans on campus a gasp of long-needed fresh air, either. If anything, th...

Sawhney and Stratton: A discussion on the Islamic State group and U.S. relations with Iran

Asha Sawhney and Abby Stratton

January 13, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinion

After the events of 2014, it is well known among the American public that the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, is an enemy of the United States. Likewise, the public knows that the U.S. does not have diplomatic relations with Iran and that there has been fear of nuclear we...