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Rice: It was the spring of 1970 – a commentary on the history of protests at NU

Rice: It was the spring of 1970 – a commentary on the history of protests at NU

April 26, 2024

It was the Spring of 1970; The War in Vietnam was in full force and U.S. troops were going into Cambodia. American college students went full bore into protest mode, and four students at Kent State (as...

SOLR members said learning about the history of labor movements at NU helps preserve generational knowledge.

SOLR teach-in emphasizes learning from, building relationships with campus workers

January 28, 2024

Students gathered in Annenberg Hall Friday to learn about the history of labor movements at Northwestern from Students Organizing for Labor Rights.   The event marked the last day of Disorientation...

A man wearing a blue sweatshirt and a man wearing a black jacket play with snow.

Captured: Halloween snowfall more treat than trick

November 2, 2023

Welcome to The Daily’s photo blog: Captured. This is a space for The Daily’s photographers to share their best work, including photos from weekend performances and events around the community. You...

A man and woman cutting a purple ribbon as two other men look on.

James Crown killed in racetrack crash

June 27, 2023

Billionaire businessman James Crown died Sunday at the age of 70 in a racing crash in Colorado.  From 2018, Crown served as chairman and CEO of Henry Crown and Company, founded by his grandfather.  Crown,...

Black and white cutouts of four people with red, pink and grey outlines over a dark red background with the words “Where are they now?” written across the top.

‘Activism is part of everyday living’: Bursar’s Office Takeover participants reflect on protest, careers

May 22, 2023

On May 3, 1968, more than 100 students occupied the Bursar’s Office in a peaceful protest lasting 38 hours. The activists aimed to raise awareness about the lack of academic, housing, counseling and...

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