The Daily Northwestern

Study: Nearly 1 million Americans could leave labor force under ACA

Maddie Elkins, Summer Reporter

August 1, 2013

Filed under Academic, Campus, Latest Stories, The Summer Northwestern 2013

A new study co-authored by a Northwestern professor suggests that nearly a million Americans may leave the labor force as a result of the Affordable Care Act. The working paper, published last month, says between 500,000 and ...

New brewery moves closer to opening in Evanston

Jia You, City Editor

May 30, 2013

Filed under Business, City, Local

A new restaurant and brewery came a step closer to opening in Evanston after the city's Liquor Control Review Board amended its license Thursday to allow beer sampling. Smylie Bros. Restaurant and Brewery could open as a 150-s...

Kellogg nonprofit looks to resell students’ secondhand belongings

Kelly Gonsalves, Reporter

May 30, 2013

Filed under Campus, Student Groups

A new Kellogg School of Management startup beginning its operations this finals week aims to reduce waste produced during the dormitory move-out process by selling students' old belongings and donating the proceeds to local charities. Move...

Kellogg students’ parking hits snag with Dillo Day

Lydia Ramsey, Copy Chief

May 30, 2013

Filed under Blogs, Latest Stories, On Campus

For Kellogg Executive MBA students, Saturday will just be another class day regardless of what is happening on the Lakefill. Originally, administrators at the Kellogg School of Management were concerned these students would...

Gourmet chef looks to satisfy Chinese cultural taste in Evanston

Edward Cox, Assistant City Editor

May 15, 2013

Filed under Business, City, Local

Students who take weekend excursions to Chicago for authentic Chinese cuisine need look no further than Northwestern’s doorstep when Lao Sze Chuan opens this summer. Owner and chef Tony Hu said he had meant to open the res...

Kellogg implements new tablet program

Junnie Kwon, Assistant Campus Editor

April 22, 2013

Filed under Academic, Campus, Science & Technology

Class restrictions on using technological devices didn’t stop graduate student Sam Sung from using his iPad to take notes. His rebellious act inspired a Kellogg School of Management pilot program about how to best use tablets...

Professor to return from U.S. Department of Treasury chief economist position

Jeanne Kuang, Assistant Campus Editor

April 22, 2013

Filed under Blogs, Latest Stories, On Campus

The Department of Treasury’s chief economist will return to her job at Northwestern this week, Bloomberg Businessweek reported Monday. Prof. Janice Eberly left the Kellogg School of Management in October 2011 when the Senate...