Former NPR correspondent discusses being a black student in the 1960s

Former NPR correspondent discusses being a black student in the 1960s

By Stephanie Jee Won Yang Professor Charlayne Hunter-Gault, former foreign correspondent for National Public Radio, spoke to the Northwestern community on Friday at McCormick Foundation Center about being a black student in the sixties. The two-hour speech, titled “My Sixties: Reflections on Coming of Age in the ‘Miracle Decade’ & Enduring Lessons,” was part of […]

NUCHR and Right To Be Free discuss combatting human trafficking in Ghana

By Nicole Bauke Human trafficking, whether for forced labor, child labor, or prostitution, is a prominent issue throughout the world, including in the United States. Worldwide, an estimated 29 million adults and children are currently being trafficked, surpassing the arms trade as the second most profitable illegal trade in the world, behind illicit drugs. Thursday, […]

ASG gives students a role in choosing next Weinberg dean

By Joseph Salvo Students and faculty convened Tuesday at the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art for “Voice Your Opinion,” an open forum dedicated to the search for the next dean of Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences. The event was sponsored by NU’s Associated Student Government to give students an opportunity to share […]

Chabad talk reveals “three military secrets” of Israeli armed forces

Chabad talk reveals “three military secrets” of Israeli armed forces

By Adam Shimer Dvir Dimri, former Israel Defense Forces soldier and three-week veteran of the Gaza Strip conflict, explained on Wednesday what he considers the three pillars of Israel’s military success. In a talk called “21 Days in Gaza—An Eyewitness Report,” Dimri shared his experiences with an audience of Northwestern students and community members, through […]