Stories by Maia Brown
“Directing federal funding to a fantasy wall and resources to a non-emergency is a waste,” Bienen sophomore Chris Juhn said.
Northwestern has submitted an official comment on behalf of its undergraduate population in response to the proposed changes to the Title IX policy.
Activist and artist Patrisse Cullors discussed her art, the history of #BlackLivesMatter, and the evolution of activism in a dialogue Thursday evening.
In a somewhat unexpected move, the Chicago chapter of the Women’s March decided not to hold a rally in 2019.
Critics say the Trump administration's proposed changes protect those accused of sexual assault at the expense of victims.
Two female lawmakers and major party nominees are going head to head in a state that has never previously had a female senator.
As Kemp pulls ahead in this election, accusations of his unlawful intervention, as well as voter suppression on the state level, continue to fly.
That being said, this election could still go either way. Reportedly, there are votes yet to be counted in Broward County, a notably Democratic area, that have the potential to change the tide of this incredibly tight race.
With an overwhelming 73.5 percent majority, Jan Schakowsky was re-elected as the representative of the Illinois 9th Congressional District.
It’s 30 hours. 1,800 minutes. 108,000 precious seconds.
Oops, we did it again. With “Mr. Brightside” blaring at full volume and the countless number of pleated miniskirts, the ...
Here are five things you should know about the Chicago-based EDM duo.
It pains me to realize that Black lives are simply not seen as innocent enough for this large of a response.
Valentine’s Day is traditionally a day dedicated to love, gifts and celebrating your significant other. But what if you’re in a situationship, or talking to someone without labels?
The area’s artsy boutiques, innovative restaurants and edgy atmosphere make it a great place to spend a day.