One of the most significant things I’ve learned since coming to college is how profoundly people’s different personal experiences and back stories inform their actions and beliefs.
What do you wish you knew when you first came to campus? is the question I asked myself as I planned this issue.
The editor-in-chief role, at the intersection of journalism and leadership, never fails to teach me important skills, like group communication and member recruitment.
The Northwestern Chronicle, when first established in 1992, made a controversial splash as the conservative voice on campus. Multiple times, it faced extinction after being derecognized by ASG. To quote a 2002 Daily Northwestern article: “Strange things happen when you work for the Northwestern Chronicle.”