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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

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Sergey Ivanov teaches Classics at Northwestern after fleeing his home in Russia

January 24, 2023

When Sergey Ivanov was 11 years old, he found a Greek and Roman antiquity picture book on a beach while on vacation, away from his home in Moscow. He fell in love with Classical studies soon after completing...

In Focus: Political science Profs. Jacqueline Stevens, Alvin Tillery entangled in legal fallout over a year after contentious meeting

In Focus: Political science Profs. Jacqueline Stevens, Alvin Tillery entangled in legal fallout over a year after contentious meeting

November 8, 2017

More than a year after a meeting between political science Profs. Jacqueline Stevens and Alvin Tillery resulted in a rift, the two are embroiled in a lawsuit over claims made about that day. On March...

Political Science Prof. Alvin Tillery serves as the director for the Center for the Study of Diversity and Democracy. The academic center officially opened in May.

Northwestern opens new center to explore relationship between diversity, democracy

October 10, 2017

In response to the current political climate, political science Prof. Alvin Tillery said the Northwestern community needed a place to start conversations about the relationship between diversity and democracy. “We’re...

The five mayoral candidates stand on stage at a forum hosted by Northwestern Thursday evening. The candidates emphasized the importance of keeping town-gown relations intact.

Mayoral candidates talk town-gown relations at Northwestern-held forum

February 3, 2017

Evanston’s five mayoral candidates all agreed Thursday night: maintaining open communication between the city and the University was essential. “What this is is a marriage, and being married, I...

Charles Clarke, a seventh-year graduate student, said he planned to hunger strike until he received an apology from Weinberg Dean Adrian Randolph for the administration’s handling of political science Prof. Jacqueline Stevens’ now-lifted campus ban. Clarke, who ended his hunger strike on Sunday, said he was not offered information or guidance when Stevens was prohibited from contacting students at the end of July.

Graduate student hunger strikes for over seven days to spotlight impact of Prof. Jacqueline Stevens’ campus ban

October 4, 2016

Graduate student Charles Clarke was halfway into the eighth day of his hunger strike when his faculty adviser, political science Prof. Jacqueline Stevens, convinced him to eat again. Clarke, a seventh-year...

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