Skip to main content

Month: April 2015

Take Back the Night Encourages Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention

With April being National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Northwestern University organizations have collaborated on events focused on raising awareness on sexual violence.

This week, the Take Back the Night March will take place in an effort to give a voice to the issue of sexual violence. This annual event, which starts as a rally, march, and then speak out, will begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 23 at the Rock.

PossePlus Retreat Creates Dialogue & Community

This spring, more than 5,000 college students at 48 colleges and universities across the country will engage in dialogue about crime and punishment in the United States.

Northwestern University became a part of this dialogue at this year’s annual PossePlus Retreat, a weekend of interactive workshops geared towards creating a safe space to discuss social, cultural, and political issues.

The Chemistry of Cooking

Medill sophomore Sierra Boone donned a chef’s toque, served up small plates of fried chicken and German waffles with maple syrup gravy, and smiled as she successfully completed a Natural Science distribution requirement.

Chemistry of Cooking, a weekly, three-hour Allison Residential Community seminar taught by Chemistry Associate Professor of Instruction Owen Priest, had its delicious finale and final exam in the Allison main lounge the evening of March 7.