The Daily Northwestern

Women’s Soccer: Northwestern still searching for first Big Ten win

Ariel Yong, Reporter

October 17, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Women's Soccer

With only three games left to play in the regular season, the Wildcats are running out of opportunities to get their first Big Ten win. Northwestern (4-10-2, 0-8-0 Big Ten) faces in-state rival Illinois (7-6-2, 4-3-1) Thursda...

Northwestern to start charging for more sports

Rebecca Friedman, Reporter

October 15, 2012

Filed under Sports

The Northwestern Athletic Department expanded the practice of charging admission to women’s soccer, field hockey and softball games for the 2012-2013 seasons. Prior to this change, the only sports that had an admission charge...

New voter laws could stifle student vote

Kimberly Railey, Development Editor: Recruiting

October 3, 2012

Filed under Campus, Daily Decision

In the 2012 presidential election, not all voting opportunities are created equal — especially those for college students. Under Tennessee’s new voter identification law, a student ID presented at the polls won’t be considered...

Misulonas: NFL referee fumble highlights growing polarization of unions

Joseph Misulonas, Columnist

September 28, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

On Wednesday, the NFL reached an agreement with the official referees’ union, ending a lockout that lasted the entire preseason and the first three weeks of the regular season. The league had hired replacement referees to...

Volleyball: Cats look to recover from 0-2 weekend

Ben Taylor, Reporter

September 28, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Volleyball

If there were a power conference in women’s volleyball, there is no question the Big Ten would be at the top of the list. With seven of the conference's 12 teams ranked in the top 25 of the AVCA Coaches Poll and a Michigan t...

Traditions every fan should know

Dan Ryan, Sports Editor

August 27, 2012

Filed under Guide to NU Sports, Orientation Issue

So you’re attending Northwestern. Chances are you didn’t choose to go here because of the high-profile athletic teams the schools offers, and if you did, you probably really like lacrosse more than most people. But for...