Skip to main content

Month: December 2016

Faith Communities Gather to Discuss Engagement and Allyship

When world events leave us asking what we can do, we keep doing what we do: teach, advocate for social justice, and continue interfaith engagement. University President Morton Schapiro shared this message of moving forward in darkness through engagement to communities gathering at Fall Faith Fest.

Red Watch Band Receives Award Recognition

The Health Promotion and Wellness (HPaW) peer education group, WATCH (Wildcats Advancing Total Campus Health), won an Outstanding Program Award for their Red Watch Band Bystander Intervention Training at a national student affairs conference. 

Residential Services and Students Celebrate Thanksgiving Together

Every year, Northwestern’s Evanston campus slowly begins to empty as students return home for Thanksgiving Break. Traditionally, many students head home for breaks throughout the year, but last year, Student Enrichment Services (SES) identified a need for support over Spring Break. A short survey revealed that 50 students stayed on campus prompting SES to sponsor community meals and organized care packages from the student group, Points for a Purpose, to help supplement meals for the week.