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Anti-conversion therapy activism in Illinois gains momentum alongside national movement

Julia Jacobs, Assistant City Editor

April 17, 2015

Filed under City, Latest Stories, National, Politics, State

Illinois activists and politicians are ramping up efforts to gain votes for a state ban on so-called conversion therapy for LGBT youth in the hopes of passing the bill out of the state’s House of Representatives by next Friday’s...

Lacrosse: Wildcats spoil Scarlet Knight’s senior night

Sammy Esparza, Reporter

April 11, 2015

Filed under Lacrosse, Sports, Spring Sports

Lacrosse Heading into Rutgers with a 7-0 all-time record against the Scarlet Knights, Northwestern had no trouble making it 8-0 in Piscataway, New Jersey, on Saturday. The contest was close early on, with the score tied as ...

Fencing: Northwestern faces top competition out east

Kevin Casey, Sports Editor

January 23, 2015

Filed under Fencing, Sports

Fencing In its first event of the winter last weekend, Northwestern took on seven squads and crushed the underwhelming group into submission. It may not have been a challenge, but the move was strategic. That event w...

Trautwein: What I learned in college: At Northwestern, passion is celebrated

Cally Trautwein

June 18, 2013

Filed under Graduation Issue 2013

Full disclosure: I’m currently in a very particular and precarious emotional state. I watched two movies today: "First Daughter" and "Shakespeare in Love." I have a final tomorrow, and a cold, and I just ate three cookies. We...

Men’s Swimming: Seniors look to go out victorious at Northwestern Invitational

John Paschall, Reporter

January 31, 2013

Filed under Sports, Swimming & Diving, Winter Sports

When senior Charlie Rimkus was going through a routine SPAC meeting, there was an announcement about the Wildcats' final home meet of the year. For most in the room, it was just another bullet point on the meeting agenda. But...