The Daily Northwestern

Camera lenses valued at nearly $5,000 stolen from library

Madeline Fox, Summer Managing Editor

July 7, 2015

A Northwestern staff member reported four camera lenses stolen from University Library on the afternoon of Monday, June 29. The lenses, valued at $4,850 total, were stolen from office space within the library between June 23 a...

Northwestern settles copyright infringement lawsuit with former employee over Leopold-Loeb book

Tyler Pager, Campus Editor

May 27, 2015

Northwestern intends to jointly publish a book about the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder trial with a former employee after dismissing a copyright infringement lawsuit against her. The University announced Tuesday it settled and...

Former Northwestern employee denies copyright infringement

Tyler Pager, Breaking News Editor

September 24, 2014

Former Northwestern employee Nina Barrett on Monday denied allegations that she infringed upon the University’s copyright by refusing to return her unfinished manuscript for a book about the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder trial. In...

Northwestern sues ex-employee for copyright infringement on Leopold-Loeb book

Tyler Pager, Assistant Summer Editor

July 25, 2014

Northwestern has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against a former employee whom the University commissioned to write a book about the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder trial. According to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District...

Northwestern to return Napoleon Bonaparte family letter to France

Cat Zakrzewski, Campus Editor

May 14, 2013

University Library will present a letter from Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother and 250 other documents to a top French diplomat serving the Chicago area on Thursday. The letter, written by Joseph Bonaparte, discusses a skirmish...