The Daily Northwestern

Best Place to Study: University Library

Mariana Alfaro, Assistant Campus Editor

February 27, 2015

Filed under Best of Evanston

University Library, one of the largest libraries in a private university, is a prime study spot. With three five-story towers that offer multiple study spaces, quiet zones and a delicious cafe, the library is the place to...

Top 10 all-purpose Valentine’s Day activities

Hayley Glatter, Arts and Entertainment Editor

February 11, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Whether you’re riding solo, in a relationship or caught in the unfortunate state of not knowing whether that guy you hooked up with a few times and study with in the library is your valentine, you need something to do on Saturday...

Northwestern receives $5.6 million gift to support history center

Olivia Exstrum, Campus Editor

January 22, 2015

Filed under Administration, Alumni, Campus

A Northwestern alumnus and his wife have donated $5.6 million to Northwestern as part of the "We Will" campaign, the University announced Wednesday. The gift from Nicholas Chabraja (Weinberg ’64, Law '67) and his wife Eleanor will...

Gender-open bathroom on Norris third floor set to open Winter Quarter

Olivia Exstrum, Campus Editor

December 19, 2014

Filed under Campus, Latest Stories

A gender-open bathroom on the third floor of Norris University Center will open early Winter Quarter, a Norris official said. Construction for the bathroom began Monday, Dec. 15. The bathroom was originally scheduled to open...

Alumna’s gift to support Deering renovation, athletic department

Olivia Exstrum, Assistant Campus Editor

October 17, 2014

Filed under Administration, Alumni, Campus

A Northwestern alumna has promised a significant donation to support University Library, undergraduate scholarships and the athletic department, the University announced Thursday. The donation is part of the We Will campaign,...

Former Northwestern employee denies copyright infringement

Tyler Pager, Breaking News Editor

September 24, 2014

Filed under Administration, Alumni, Campus, Latest Stories

Former Northwestern employee Nina Barrett on Monday denied allegations that she infringed upon the University’s copyright by refusing to return her unfinished manuscript for a book about the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder trial. In...

Northwestern sues ex-employee for copyright infringement on Leopold-Loeb book

Tyler Pager, Assistant Summer Editor

July 25, 2014

Filed under Administration, Alumni, Campus, Faculty, Latest Stories

Northwestern has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against a former employee whom the University commissioned to write a book about the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder trial. According to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District...