The Daily Northwestern

Holtzman: Long-term self care requires more than a drop-in session

Rachel Holtzman, Columnist

February 8, 2018

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

Discussions surrounding mental health during winter quarter often boil down to handing out the Counseling and Psychological Services phone number and reminding people to take a healthy dose of Vitamin D — or, in worst-case scenarios,...

Online geography game returns after 31,000 interactions in first year

Elizabeth Byrne, Assistant Campus Editor

September 17, 2017

Filed under Campus, Latest Stories

Northwestern students again have the chance to earn a free Blaze pizza by testing their world geography knowledge during the 2017-18 academic year. Launched in October 2016, the Wildcat GeoGame quizzes participants on their geographic knowledge. Anyone with a valid NetID can play the game, which can be access...

Vargas: Facing my return to a country under Trump after quarter abroad

Alani Vargas, Columnist

November 13, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Tuesday was one of the worst night sleeps I have ever had in my life. Because I am studying abroad in Italy this quarter, I’m six to seven hours ahead of the United States and went to bed awaiting results in the morning. I w...

Being abroad can feel isolating after U.S. election, students say

Erica Snow, Assistant Campus Editor

November 11, 2016

Filed under Campus

When Kimberly Hill went to bed in Paris on Tuesday night, the election was too close to call. She woke up the next day to a Donald Trump victory. Hill, a Weinberg junior, said she believes social progress occurred during...