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

The Daily Northwestern

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

The Daily Northwestern

Li: Our libraries need help

Li: Our libraries need help

May 18, 2022

During Wildcat Welcome 2019, Northwestern University Libraries had a little table outside Deering Library to distribute pins depicting Deering as Hogwarts. I loved those pins and was so excited to be able...

The United States Constitution.

Buchaniec: Laws should match our present, not our history

May 14, 2019

In a letter to James Madison, Thomas Jefferson said that he believed the Constitution ought to have a deadline — 19 years, to be exact. At the time Jefferson’s letter was penned, a generational...

Top administrators offered advice to students during Sunday’s convocation. Schapiro delivered a notably less emotional defense of safe spaces, and Holloway discussed the controversial legacy of Thomas Jefferson.

At convocation, Schapiro defends safe spaces and marketing

September 25, 2018

Top administrators welcomed new students to the Northwestern academic community Sunday at its annual president’s convocation, just one of a series of orientation events organized for Wildcat Welcome. President...

Dennis Prager, host of his own eponymous radio talk show, speaks about his religious and political views at an event hosted by the College Republicans. The author and lecturer is an advocate for both Judeo-Christian and conservative values.

Conservative radio show host Dennis Prager discusses morality, American values

October 29, 2012

The Northwestern College Republicans hosted a speech Monday by conservative radio show host and columnist Dennis Prager, who spoke on what he considers fundamental American values. He spoke about...

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