Halloween is almost here and Norris has got you covered with a fix of pumpkins and trick or treating.
Month: October 2016
Revisit the collections and explore the latest exhibitions at the Art Institute of Chicago with the Northwestern community.
The free evening will bring ‘Cats together at the renowned Chicago museum on October 27 from 5-8 p.m. Highlights include free guided tours and transportation for students leaving from Cahn Auditorium.
Vice President of Student Affairs, Patricia Telles-Irvin, submitted a goal to the President in the spring of 2015 to better understand and strategically think about how to improve the Black student experience. The need to explore and address the needs of Northwestern’s Black students led the Division of Student Affairs creation of the Black Student Experience Task Force.
Residential Academic Initiatives is on a mission. After feedback from faculty chairs, the office is working to better connect students with all the cultural events and opportunities the Chicagoland area has to offer. In the first of a series of events, students ventured into the city for a walk-about tour of Pullman, one of the South Side’s historical neighborhoods.
No stress, free food, Norris… What more could you ask for?
For student leaders, knowing how to manage their organization effectively can be tough. Sign up for a personalized training workshop with Northwestern’s Leadership and Community Engagement team to improve your organization and your personal skills!
The Social Justice Advocacy Training offers students the chance to learn effective campaigning for issues they’re passionate about, to engage with the local community, and to build strategies that will last throughout the year.
Celebrate and learn through the lenses of art and politics with the Northwestern community during Latinx Heritage Month.
With fall quarter in full gear, CAPS is here to help with a variety of workshops to ensure your success and well-being at Northwestern. CAPS, the primary mental health service at NU, is offering free workshops all quarter to help students develop life skills important for how to better concentrate and manage stress.
The Dittmar Memorial Gallery’s current exhibition, Patty Carroll’s Anonymous Women, seeks to reflect an abstract reality of women enraptured by things and hidden by the fabric of domesticity.