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Global Engagement Brings Human Rights Day to Campus

by Kalena Coleman As economies continue to expand throughout the world it is easy to forget about the citizens who are making these economic changes possible. Human Rights Day was established to remind every nation of the basic liberties each individual citizen deserves. New this year to the University of Northwestern – St. Paul, Global […]

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The Elders exhibit coming to the Denler Art Gallery

by Emily Gustafson “The Elders” is an ongoing portrait project by Andrea Ellen Reed about the adults who have guided her from childhood to adulthood that opened in the Denler Art Gallery Nov. 30. Reed was taught to respect her elders, and throughout her life she learned why, which inspired her to begin this project. […]

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Campus Character: Gracie Lugo is refreshingly unique

by Jenny Cvek With an infectious laugh and a bold presence, Gracie Lugo is hard to miss.  The Chicago-born theatre major is in her fifth and final year at the University of Northwestern—St. Paul and has already left a legacy of confidence and joy. “When I came in (as a freshman), I was terrified.  I […]

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FUELing Up the Next Generation of Leaders

by McKenzie Heilman The FUEL Leadership Conference is a one-day event that is facilitated at the University of Northwestern-St. Paul designed to inspire and strengthen the next generation of leaders. This year’s conference took place on Saturday, Nov. 18 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The conference was made up of five sessions and a […]

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#UsToo: An Investigation of Sexual Assaults at Northwestern

by Alec Schafer By the time you finish reading this article, at least six people in the United States will have been sexually assaulted. By the end of the day, approximately 900 people will have been victims of a sex crime. By the end of the 2017 calendar year, approximately 328,500 people will have been […]

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