Alani Vargas, Columnist
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.
Erica Snow, Assistant Campus Editor
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...
Julia Jacobs, Managing Editor
Filed under Campus, Latest Stories
One Northwestern student interning in Brussels, Belgium, checked in safe Tuesday morning following bombings at the main airport and a subway station in the city, an NU official said.
Only one NU student was in Belgium this...
Tina Tang, Columnist
Filed under Columns, Opinion, The Spectrum
This essay is part of The Spectrum, a weekly forum in our Opinion section for marginalized voices to share their perspectives. To submit a piece for The Spectrum or discuss story ideas, please email [email protected]..
Shane McKeon, Assistant Campus Editor
Filed under Academic, Campus, Career, Student Groups
Northwestern's Global Engagement Studies Institute received an award for its commitment to diversity from a group that advocates for increased minority-student involvement in international education.
The Diversity Abroad Network...
Jee Young Lee, Reporter
Filed under Academic, Campus, Latest Stories
Northwestern is reviving its Public Health in Mexico study abroad program this summer through an education initiative under the Obama administration, the University announced earlier this month.
The program, which is accepting...