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REAL FOOD AT NU STARTS PLACING EDUCATIONAL BANNERS IN DINING HALLS
Real Food at Northwestern University has begun posting banners promoting “local, sustainable, humane or fair trade” food in all dining halls as part of an initiative approved by University President Morton Schapiro last June.
INCLUSIONNU FUNDING BOARD ENACTS CHANGE, HOPES TO EXPAND MISSION
Following the reorganization of Multicultural Student Affairs, Campus Inclusion and Community’s InclusionNU Funding Board received $14,000 for its budget this academic year.
MEN’S SWIMMING: UNPRECEDENTED NUMBER OF FRESHMEN JOIN WILDCATS’ TEAM
Thursday, Oct. 15 not only marks the date of the first dual meet of the season for Northwestern against Eastern Michigan but also the date of the first collegiate competition for over 40 percent of the team.
MEN’S SWIMMING: WILDCATS CLUTCH FIRST WIN AS FRESHMEN CONTINUE TO ADAPT TO COLLEGIATE SWIM ENVIRONMENT
Northwestern clutched its first win of the season this past Saturday as it knocked off three opponents in a quad meet hosted by the University of Chicago.
MEN’S SWIMMING: WILDCATS FACE CHALLENGES IN LIGHT OF RECENT INJURIES
Swimming and Diving Coming off of a bye week, Northwestern must battle several injuries as it gears up to compete in its second to last dual meet setting of the season this weekend.
MEN’S SWIMMING: SCHROEDER LOOKING FOR LEADER TO EMERGE
As it prepares for its last dual meet of the quarter against Wisconsin on Saturday, Northwestern could be lacking the overall leadership needed to remain successful as the year progresses.
MEN’S SWIMMING: WILDCATS FIND SILVER LININGS IN LOSS TO BADGERS
Despite falling 117.5 to 181.5 to Wisconsin on Saturday, Northwestern took some positive steps in its first home meet.
MEN’S SWIMMING: CATS EXPECT TO ACHIEVE TOP TIMES AT ANNUAL TYR INVITATIONAL
As Northwestern prepares to host the three-day TYR invitational this weekend, the team anticipates achieving some of its fastest swims outside of the Big Ten Championship meet.
MEN’S SWIMMING: NORTHWESTERN DISPLAYS IMPROVEMENT DESPITE THIRD PLACE FINISH AT TYR
After three days of competition, Northwestern placed third with 852 points at the TYR Invitational this past weekend, falling to Michigan State and Grand Canyon who tallied 1,161.5 and 1,043 points, respectively.