Deep within Northwestern University Health Services' cavernous Searle Hall lies a trove of sexy goodies: an all-you-can-eat buffet of FREE condoms. Given our Cheeto in Chief's distaste for female reproductive rights, these free condoms could soon be the only reliable form of protection available to Northwestern students.
Dr. Martha Hotz Vitaterna and Dr. Fred Turek, scientists at Northwestern's Center for Sleep and Circadian Biology lab, will soon have their hands full of feces - astronaut feces, to be precise. The researchers will handle stool from Scott Kelly, recently returned from a year in space, and from his twin brother, Mark Kelly, who stayed on Earth.
A team of Northwestern scientists used a 3D printer to create a prosthetic ovary that restores reproductive function in mice. Researchers in the Woodruff Lab and the Shah Tissue Engineering and Additive Manufacturing Lab at the Feinberg School of Medicine created a biomaterial scaffold that supports ovarian cells, allowing mice with removed ovaries to bear...
pic.twitter.com/Ezz3OsHaS3 - Bernie Vs Hillary (@BernievsHiIlary)February 7, 2016 Hillary Clinton is a high-level Illuminati witch, a Satanist and the most corrupt politician of 2015 - if you listen to the internet. The Berning rage against Clinton has received widespread media attention because of the Bernie Bros, the #NeverHillary movement and sensationalized articles that gain traction on Facebook and Twitter, but have little basis in fact.
In the upcoming presidential election, students have specific things they are looking for when casting their vote.
Have you ever wondered what kind of social media wizardry Hillary Clinton uses to connect with her HORDES of youthful fans? Are you in a permanent state of awe over her tweeters and Facebook wall scrawlings, and often murmur to yourself, "wow hillary wow pls b my abuela (nyan cat) (gif)?"
The Black People Making History committee was established to answer a question that Black members of the Northwestern community had been asking for a long time: Why isn't Northwestern's Black History Month addressing issues Black students face today? Fifteen students and faculty formed the committee in Feb.
Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported. https://t.co/mkD69RHeBL - Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 23, 2015 Hillary Clinton shouldn't be talking about sexual assault. Clinton has recently been lambasted by Donald Trump for "enabling" husband Bill Clinton to assault women.
It's not enough. The public responses to the recent slew of high-profile sexual assaults in fraternities have been wholly inadequate. When a real, honest reflection on how the culture of fraternity parties facilitates assault is needed, universities have instead applied half-hearted solutions that completely miss the point.
Northwestern's "It's On Us"campaign kicked off their national week of action with a forum on sexual assault in Swift Hall Monday night. ASG, MARS, SHAPE and Rainbow Alliance hosted the forum in order to hear from a range of perspectives on the current climate surrounding sexual assault on campus.
Isabel Schwartz admin / 05-01-2014 /.Art & Design The Museum of Modern Art's newest special exhibit, The Mystery of the Ordinary, follows Magritte's fantastical artistic journey as he spurned the confines of rationalism and delved deep into the Surrealist movement.
The City, 1919, by Fernand Léger (Philadelphia Museum of Art: A. E. Gallatin Collection, 1952-61-58) © 2013 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; The Philadelphia Museum of Art is preparing a multimedia exhibit beginning in October titled Modern Art and the Metropolis, which is centred around Fernand Leger 's iconic painting The City.
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From the series Nagaland by David Bailey, 2012. Copyright: David Bailey Image: Jerry Hall and Helmut Newton, Cannes by David Bailey, 1983. Copyright: David Bailey On September 5th a new David Bailey exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery was announced.