The Daily Northwestern

Staying chic in a Chicago winter

Helen Lee, Columnist

January 21, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

I'm from Kentucky, the state that's basically only known for two things: horses and University of Kentucky basketball. We're not known for frigid temperatures, but during my time at Northwestern, I've adjusted to the weather...

Church organizes temporary shelter for homeless during Evanston winters

Madeline Fox, Reporter

November 3, 2014

Filed under City, Local

When the temperature drops below 5 degrees this winter, a local organization will open a shelter for Evanston’s homeless population to provide them with a place to sleep and protection from severe weather. Interfaith Action...

Outside Looking In: Let’s talk about the weather

Sofia Rada, Blogger

October 28, 2013

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Blogs, Current Blogs, Lifestyle, The Current

With fall officially starting Sept. 22, we are now a month into the season. We can see it in the changing foliage, the changing wardrobes, the changing items at Starbucks and even the dining halls. We can see it in the pumpkins...

Firing Squad: Frostbite Shuttles give students the cold shoulder

Caryn Lenhoff, Forum Editor

January 31, 2013

Filed under Contributors, Opinion

Let’s be blunt: Evanston is cold. We Northwestern students all knew what we were getting ourselves into when we decided to attend college near the infamously frigid city of Chicago, but we might not have been aware just how...

Firing Squad: South Campus shuttle deficit

Arabella Watters, Assistant Forum Editor

November 30, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

After being banished into the 1970s furniture nightmare that was North Mid Quads in my freshman year, it’s a miracle that I wasn’t so emotionally compromised that a flee to North Campus was necessary. I admit, I do tend toward...

How to survive the Chicago cold

Amy Whyte, Reporter

August 27, 2012

Filed under Orientation Issue

As someone who was born and raised in Alabama, I grew up in the kind of town where an inch of snow on the ground could cancel school for a week. I rarely saw temperatures dip below 30 degrees Fahrenheit and considered it “cold”...