Stories by Virginia Nowakowski
“We’re not really going to solve the global water crisis; we have to adapt to it.”
NU Real Food hosted a campus dinner, called Food and Friends, on Sunday night in the Norris Louis room.
Too drunk to remember what Dillo Day looked like? We've got you covered.
You take a look down at your hands and you see 10 wrinkly raisins of fingers staring back at you. What happened?
Superheroes take center stage in the 86th annual Waa Mu show.
In photos: Earth week.
Graffiti Dancers' spring show, "Uncharted," opens tonight in Norris.
In the midst of Winter Quarter drudgery, students still found ways to relax, have fun and broaden their horizons.
Overheard at NUDM: "I would give up sex forever if I could go home right now."
Photos by Virginia Nowakowski and Mia Zanzucchi / North by Northwestern
Current Rhythms opened on Friday and is full of picturesque pieces.
"At first glance, Jeremy McLellan hardly seems like a candidate to open for a week dedicated to learning more about Islam. However, the self-identified white, male, Christian comedian from South Carolina opened Discover Islam Week."
Weinberg senior Arpan Doshi crafts elaborate meals for other students out of his apartment.
Loving accurately tells the story of a couple just trying to raise a family amidst a battle for their right to do so.
Reminisce on a year you'll definitely never forget.
As you eagerly await the results of the election, people all over the world will be doing the same.
Some people get trashed on Dillo Day, and others pick up your trash the next day.
The date remembers the 11 million Jews, Roma, political prisoners, disabled persons and homosexuals who died during the Holocaust.
Photos by Virginia Nowakowski and Kayla Reardon / North by Northwestern In the mid-1980s, a colorectal surgeon named Gordy Klatt ...
Discover the prettiest spots on campus to snap a quick, probably overexposed photo of NU's campus.
Fritz came in just two dollars behind returning champion Jeff Crosby to take second place on “Jeopardy!” Wednesday afternoon.
NU softball dropped two of three games to Minnesota's no. 21-ranked team this weekend.
Students expressed concerns that Eikenberry's strong ties to the military can affect the integrity of the mission of the Buffett Institute.
Several students got in the Valentine's Day spirit Friday night, making crafts for family, significant others and maybe even a Tinder date or two.
We sat down with Weinberg freshman Amanda Rosner, who will appear as a contestant on "Jeopardy!" this week.
Course packs can get higher in price the bigger they get. Find out why and what Northwestern is doing as an alternative.
ASG passed updated B-status group funding guidelines at their meeting Wednesday night and introduced a proposal to support an Asian ...
In order to teach students about climate justice in addition to climate change, Fossil Free NU held a teach-in Thursday night.
It may be cold and blustery and not even October, but no matter. Follow these tips and it'll be summer all over again in no time.
The buzz of Wildcat Welcome is off, and with it you must figure out how to feed yourself. Avoid late-night BK runs and follow these tips.
These professors probably have cooler summer plans than you do.
Three Northwestern religious leaders talked about the meaning of interfaith engagement Tuesday night.
Northwestern faculty presented proposed sexual assault and harassment legislation to ASG.
Dr. Mikki Hebl spoke in Harris Hall on Tuesday as part of the One Book One Northwestern program.
The election for vice president of student activities will now occur at this spring's Student Organization Symposium.
One of the first Earth Day events ever was held at Northwestern in 1970.
We have a new president! ASG swore in last week's electoral victors during Senate on Wednesday.
These conversations provide the immersion into languages students need.
The Dance Marathon money deadline is coming up in a week – are you prepared?
Divest NU celebrated Global Divestment Day on Friday, hoping to raise awareness across campus on the issue of coal-powered energy.
"It’s just being in situations where... you know at some level that you could be seen in not so good a light because of stereotypes about that identity.”
With these apps, you may never have to step outside again.
It's the store you never knew you needed.