Rick Santorum discusses four points of national security

Rick Santorum discusses four points of national security

By Anthony Settipani and Nicole Bauke Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum addressed a packed Fisk Hall auditorium Wednesday evening, discussing how to improve U.S. foreign policy and national security. “It’s always a treat for me, to interact with our country’s best and brightest,” he said before his talk in an exclusive interview with The Chronicle. […]

Wildcats for Israel hosts discussion on African-American and Israeli relations

Wildcats for Israel hosts discussion on African-American and Israeli relations

By Adam Shimer Wildcats for Israel brought in two speakers Thursday to talk about their connections with Israel and the Jewish community. Dumisani Washington, the Diversity Outreach Coordinator of the Institute for Black solidarity with Israel, began by emphasizing the pro-Israel legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He explained that Black-Jewish relations were very strong […]

Minimum-wage workers call for student votes on higher wage

Minimum-wage workers call for student votes on higher wage

By Stephanie Yang With election approaching in less than seven days, two minimum-wage workers and an economics professor discussed Wednesday their perspectives on low-wage living and the effects of higher wage on daily lives. “Fighting to Survive: Perspectives on Low Wages,” co-sponsored by the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, Fight for 15, Northwestern University Community […]

Whose morality?

Whose morality?

By Alex Entz   Let us quickly entertain an exercise in changing perspectives. This past month saw talking heads, activists, and politicians alike all hammering Arizona over the “anti-gay” bill that landed on Governor Jan Brewer’s desk. The bill, though it never explicitly referenced gays, would have extended legal protection to individuals and private entities […]

What Republicans Should Learn from 2012

We’ve often been told the best form of education comes from the experience of failure.  If that’s truly the case, then the Republican party just doubled its IQ. But learning is about more than just experiencing failure; it is nothing more than one of many bumps in the road if it is not understood completely […]

Eastwood’s Artistry: More Than An Empty Chair

Sara Vaux, Northwestern professor and expert in all things Clint (This article was featured in our print issue, which was published on Nov. 10, 2012.) Don’t worry- Clint Eastwood saved you a seat in Tampa. His speech at the Republican National Convention in August certainly caused some concerned murmurs among viewers. As always, Eastwood didn’t hide […]