By Chronicle Staff The American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a conservative think tank based in Washington, D.C., made its first foray onto Northwestern’s campus on Monday with a talk by economist-philosopher Alex J. Pollock titled “The Next Financial Crisis.”
By Charles Rollet Every spring, the smell of soggy campaign flyers and free pizza fills the air across campus as candidates for Associate Student Government’s presidency attempt to win votes from a stereotypically apathetic student body.
By Charles Rollet Although Northwestern in Qatar is part of Northwestern University, it faces a problem quite unheard of in Evanston: censorship of its class materials.
By Maria Beltran On March 11th, the former chair of the Virginia GOP spoke to the Northwestern College Republicans about feminism in the 21st century.
By Charles Rollet After over two years of heading The Chronicle, it’s time for me to say goodbye.
By Charles Rollet At least one reason why Northwestern places ninth on the list of most expensive colleges (beating its academic ranking by three spots) are the somewhat massive salaries commanded by its top administrators.
By Charles Rollet Northwestern’s advocacy center for sexual assault victims (the Center for Awareness, Response, and Education, or CARE,) decided to stop working with the Medill junior in the Title IX lawsuit that has rocked Northwestern after realizing she would be suing the school.
By Charles Rollet It’s not every day that students pass by uniformed police officers on their way to lecture in Harris Hall.
By Megan Spengler “You come up with your ideas, and to a greater extent, their quality is driven by your curiosity, by your insane desire to know, and to know as much as possible.”
MYTH: Northwestern students are known to party hard. #EtownMyths — City of Evanston (@CityofEvanston) February 28, 2014