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.Read More
The Two-Spirit event, featured in Northwestern’s celebration of Native American Heritage Month, will open up an opportunity for students to explore the Native American identity through a workshop hosted by multidisciplinary Grammy winner Ty Defoe.Read More
Join Northwestern in celebrating Native American Heritage Month this November with events that range from film festivals to commemorations. Because of Northwestern’s unique tie to Native American history, it is vital for students to learn and experience aspects of Native American culture.Read More
Education and visibility lead in Northwestern's Queer and Trans* Empowerment month.
Multicultural Students Affairs coordinated the month of events, led by assistant director Jordan “JT” Turner.Read More
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.Read More
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.