ASUC elections go online, force candidates to adapt

ASUC elections have moved completely online, forcing candidates to alter their campaigning strategies and the ASUC Elections Council to find new ways to get the word out about voting. The decision was made in response to campus’s move to remote classes and the shelter-in-place order over the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Illustration of journalists surrounded by angry people

Guide student journalists, not scold them

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Vitriol directed at the Daily Northwestern by professional journalists is nowhere near as productive as constructive criticism.

As student journalists, we’re dedicated to our craft, which includes providing timely, accurate information to the public while remaining well within the limits of what could be construed as libel or slander. 
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Seeing is not believing

git reset

Policies on political ads shouldn’t be a Twitter vs. Facebook, “ban all ads” vs. “protect all free speech,” black or white dichotomy.
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Can’t blame the youth

What on Earth

With social media and the passion of thousands of young activists across the planet, we can make sure that the trend of environmental activism never dies.
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