The Daily Northwestern

Letter to the Editor: Medill accreditation decision does not serve students

May 2, 2017

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

I write regarding your story, “Medill to not reapply for accreditation from national journalism council,” published May 1. I have great respect for Northwestern, Medill, its faculty and its leadership. I have served on ...

Lawsuit filed against Northwestern’s employee retirement, voluntary savings plans

Peter Kotecki, Campus Editor

August 22, 2016

Filed under Administration, Campus, Latest Stories

A lawsuit filed against Northwestern on behalf of two participants of NU's retirement plan, alleged the University's employee retirement and voluntary savings plans charge participants "unreasonable expenses" for the plans’...

Evanston high school to unveil renovated planetarium

Marissa Page, Assistant City Editor

September 23, 2015

Filed under City

Evanston Township High School renovated its nearly 50-year-old planetarium over the past few months with the help of private donors. The ETHS Educational Foundation raised more than $700,000 to help refurbish the planetarium, which was ...

International women’s organization to start chapter at Northwestern

Annie Bruce, Reporter

October 20, 2014

Filed under Campus, Student Groups

A chapter of I Am That Girl, an international female empowerment nonprofit, is launching at Northwestern in early November. NU will host its first I Am That Girl meeting Nov. 6, joining more than 100 chapters worldwide participating...

Women’s Golf: Northwestern nearly slays USC in California

Kevin Casey, Assistant Sports Editor

April 15, 2014

Filed under Latest Stories, Sports, Women's Golf

As the season has progressed for Northwestern, it appears more and more likely that the 14th place showing at the Bryan National Collegiate will serve as a serious outlier. Northwestern traveled to California in the two days...

USC professor talks submission to God in Discover Islam Week keynote

Preston R. Michelson, Reporter

March 2, 2014

Filed under Campus, Events, Latest Stories, Speakers, Student Groups

A University of Southern California professor and Islamic scholar spoke Friday night about Islam in the age of modernity in front of a packed room in Harris Hall.   The keynote address, titled “Submission and Agency in the A...