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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

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Alice Kaplan Institute hosts a conversation on how to cope in the academic world

October 25, 2022

The Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities hosted its fall keynote, “Academic Energies: A Conversation Beyond Coping,” on Tuesday. The conversation, part of its 2022-23 yearlong dialogue “ENERGIES,”...

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‘They’re not supplementary’: Ethnic studies students, professors continue years-long advocacy for AASP and LLSP departmentalization

May 20, 2021

Since students led a 23-day hunger strike in 1995 to institute the Asian American Studies Program, the demands of activists have continued to be linked to ethnic studies at Northwestern. Starting in...

Some Northwestern professors are adjusting final exams to accomodate for remote learning.

Professors adjust finals to accommodate for remote learning in Fall Quarter

November 20, 2020

Northwestern professors are adjusting their final examinations to better accommodate students to a remote quarter. In English Prof. Kelly Wisecup’s “Alternative Americas: Science Fiction and Speculative...

Indigenous artist Chris Pappan’s exhibit “Drawing on Tradition” at the Field Museum. As a panelist of Friday’s symposium, Pappan utilized the exhibit to challenge viewers to acknowledge and confront contemporary Indigenous presence in museums.

NU, Field Museum and Newberry Library co-host symposium exploring “Indigenous Interventions” in museums and archives

November 17, 2020

Northwestern’s Center for Native American and Indigenous Research, the Field Museum and the Newberry Library co-hosted a virtual symposium Friday that challenged the historiography of “colonial institutions”...

Defining Safe: The Path to a Minor in Native American and Indigenous Studies

Defining Safe: The Path to a Minor in Native American and Indigenous Studies

May 15, 2020

For years, students at Northwestern have been pushing the University to reckon with its history and complicity in settler colonialism. One of their principal demands? A program in Native American and Indigenous...

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