Stories by Kalen Luciano
A Northwestern professor recently conducted of Chicago's gun violence, which found that gun violence is an epidemic concentrated within what he called “networks.”
It's as a source of locally sourced ingredients for your own recipes cooked in the comfort of your dorm kitchen.
"We have the choice to use these powers to fight against injustices or perpetuate them ourselves."
We started the week going into the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
While Northwestern students returned home and celebrated the holidays, the political news didn’t stop.
Nancy Pelosi is about to serve her 17th term in Congress, but she might be why Democrats are losing elections.
Going into election day, the polls had the race as a toss-up, and there was only a one percentage point difference in votes between the two candidates.
Last week, 56-year-old Cesar Sayoc Jr. sent pipe bombs through the mail to multiple high-profile Democrats and critics of President Trump.
Any person who has been living in Illinois for the past 30 days can register to vote at either the early voting location or any of the polling places on election day.
Taylor Swift broke her long tradition of political neutrality to endorse her local Tennessee Democratic nominees for the House and Senate.
In order to change the culture around sexual assault, we can't excuse the past actions of one of the U.S.'s most powerful leaders.
“I’m proud to support workers in the Fight for $15 who are striking and protesting all across the country today for union rights,” Schakowsky, who will be running for re-election in November, later said in a statement. “Unions are the solution to unrigging the economy and strengthening communities here in Illinois and nationwide.”