Imagine if someone offered you a pill, and told you that all you have to do is swallow it, and your schedule would clear up… Would you take it?
The effects of COVID-19 have caused drastic socioeconomic disparities in higher education that must be halted from causing further divide. Is a vaccine mandate the solution to this problem? Or is it an act of transgression of human rights?
I was taken back to see Becky Blank engulfed in a new colored pantsuit, — head to toe in deep purple on Northwestern’s Instagram. But in reflecting upon my experience, I am indifferent to her leaving.
Despite Republican hypocrisy and disinformation, the United States must help Afghanistan refugees in needBy Benjamin Baharlias | Oct. 21
Instead of productively assisting the people of Afghanistan through this tragic situation, Republicans have decided that their sole purpose is to make President Biden look bad.
Letter to the Editor: Chancellor Blank will need to address health care fraud, cover-up by Northwestern UniversityBy S. Albert Edwards, Maureen Obermeier and Antonitsa Vlahoulis | Oct. 18
"We are three patients from over 1000+ patients who had heart rings implanted, without our prior informed consent ... This was done without our consent, and without FDA authorization."
While those with a college degree are still employed at higher rates than those without one, higher education does not guarantee a superior job.
If you are passionate enough to push for the betterment of our state and political agenda, set aside ideological pullings so we can deal with real issues.
Transcendentalist writing demonstrates the true force of language. This, in turn, inspires people to not be passively shaped by the world, but to actively shape it. It instills a level of responsibility within readers: it’s time to break the silence.
One night, one of my roommates came home with several bottles of cold medicine in tow... a week later, four of us had tested positive for COVID-19.
While Nasdaq’s efforts are commendable, if they want to improve diversity thresholds within their businesses’ leadership boards, Nasdaq should address the underlying problems keeping people, and great companies, from reaching their potential.