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

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

The Daily Northwestern

A new Northwestern course is looking to tackle how Lana Del Rey’s discography and controversies implicate her listeners in U.S. Settler Colonialism.

Students are excited for Summertime Sadness this Spring Quarter

February 23, 2024

When Lana Del Rey first came onto the scene with her breakthrough song Video Games, Ph.D. candidate in performance studies Madeleine Le Cesne was 16 years old. Le Cesne said the artist came into their...

Top photo of one person in a button-up black shirt in front of a presentation screen smiling at the camera. Bottom photo of a person in all black professional clothes holding up a red tribal flag and smiling at the camera.

Northwestern federal award recipients reflect on their experiences, future endeavors

August 17, 2022

After winning competitive awards through the Udall Foundation — which focuses on supporting policies for Indigeneous people and environmental activism — SESP junior Isabella Twocrow and Medill sophomore...

Indigenous students, faculty, attendees find community at Northwestern’s first annual Pow Wow

May 12, 2022

Northwestern’s Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance hosted its first annual student-run Pow Wow. Three years in the making, the spring celebration was dedicated to “Honoring the Matriarchy”...

A group of people link arms on a basketball court. The closest person wears yellow regalia.

Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance organizes Northwestern’s first student-run Pow Wow

May 9, 2022

Four years ago, lumber from the Menominee Tribal Enterprises, a Native-owned and operated business, was used to build the Welsh-Ryan Arena basketball court. The Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance...

The Ripple: “No Wiindigo economy”: Student activism and the fight for fossil fuel divestment

The Ripple: “No Wiindigo economy”: Student activism and the fight for fossil fuel divestment

November 22, 2021

Northwestern students and faculty advocated against oil pipelines in the Upper Midwest, like Line 3 and Line 5. They reflect on their experiences with on- and off-campus activism, as well as the push to...

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