Stories by Margaux MacColl
Photo by Margaux MacColl / North by Northwestern On Friday afternoon, Northwestern Ph.D. student Kalonji Nzinga recited J. Cole to ...
Kanazawa's research focuses mainly on gender, religion and race, and he has written articles with headlines such as “Are All Women Essentially Prostitutes?” and “What’s Wrong with Muslims.”
Only a handful of male students were in the crowd.
Northwestern hosted a hackathon for people who are female, transgender or non-binary.
Chicago Grassroots Director of the Humane League Clarké Snell spoke on campus Monday about animal agriculture and how to "vote with your fork."
He came to NU on Thursday as a part of Discover Islam Week, a week of speakers organized by the Muslim Cultural Students Association.
On Wednesday night, students representing different activist groups talked intersectionality and difficulties with the administration.
The gathering aimed to “serve as a space centered on Muslim voices on campus and shed light on the American Muslim experience in a time of heightened bigotry and hate."
Room 2-425 of Kresge was transformed into a safe space Monday night when 46 students came together to discuss queer ...