Stories by Mila Jasper
This Thursday, the Contemporary Thought Speaker Series brought three journalists to campus who have been at the forefront of the #MeToo discussion and women’s rights issues in general
Democratic National Committee Vice Chair and 2004 Medill grad Michael Blake spoke on campus about the 50th anniversary of the Bursar Office takeover.
Get all the juicy details surrounding former FBI Director James Comey's highly anticipated book release last week.
Former North by Northwestern editor-in-chief Amanda Litman, co-founder of Run for Something, will join New York Times political correspondent Jonathan Martin on a panel.
Just one week and one day after Sky Patterson and Emily Ash's campaign and Justine Kim and Austin Gardner's campaign hosted their official launch parties, voting will begin.
"We the human race are going to not just make it, but make it better.”
What Steve Forbes advocated 20 years ago may still be applicable today.
Progressives are questioning if remaining loyal to the centralized coalition is the best way to advance their ideals.
NBN has developed a perfect cure for the political news blues: reading throwback George W. Bush speech blunders.
“Our little corner here is really the only pocket within walking distance to Northwestern with small businesses that are thriving."
“You can’t simulate texture; you can’t simulate charm...We really want Northlight to come to downtown, but just not here.”
Trump underscored the importance of national sovereignty to achieving international cooperation.
“United in defiance, we stand for science.”
All of the drama surrounding the characters close to the president feels like a bad reality show you can’t stop watching.
On Feb. 28, registered Evanston voters (that could be you!) can pick between five progressive candidates in a primary election for mayor. Learn a bit about each one here.
Trump has made his nomination for "The Highest Court in the Land" and we have all the info you need on the possible new judge.
In his first address to the nation as president, Donald Trump declared that “a new vision will govern our land.” What else did he say?
When he leaves office on Friday, the role Obama will play in a divisive political arena remains up for debate.