Sustained Dialogue: A Safe Place for Challenging Conversations

Sustained Dialogue: A Safe Place for Challenging Conversations

This year, Social Justice Education (SJE) is once again accepting sign-ups for its Sustained Dialogue program. Formed in 2013 in response to racist incidents in the Northwestern community, Sustained Dialogue pairs groups of ten to twelve students with experienced peer leaders for weekly 90-minute sessions that encourage dialogue across lines of difference with the ultimate goal of dismantling oppression and racism on campus.

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Breathe: A Stress Management Resource for You.

Breathe: A Stress Management Resource for You.

Feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or sleepless? Breathe is the answer to your problems. A mobile stress management resource, created purposely for the Northwestern community, Breathe provides a variety of brief guided meditations and breathing practices to help you cope with stress, test anxiety, and lack of sleep. Try it today, and watch your stress fade away!

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Remembering through Native American Heritage Month

Remembering through Native American Heritage Month

This November, people across the country are honoring National Native American Heritage Month. While this month provides a special opportunity to celebrate indigenous culture and the contributions Native Americans have made to our country, it is important to also use this time to address the serious issues facing the Native American community.

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As Independent Office, CARE Continues to Serve Students

As Independent Office, CARE Continues to Serve Students

Since its formation in 2010 as a part of Health Promotion and Wellness (HPaW), Northwestern’s Center for Awareness, Response, and Education (CARE) has provided a safe, confidential space for students impacted by sexual or relationship violence to get the support they need. This fall, CARE has transitioned into its own independent office in an effort to continue providing students with high levels of service.

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Halloween at Norris: The Spook is Just Getting Started

Halloween at Norris: The Spook is Just Getting Started

The leaves are getting redder, the wind is getting chillier, and Halloween is just around the corner. As Wildcats everywhere get ready for the spookiest time of the year, the witches and warlocks at Norris University Center have conjured up a cauldron of Fall programming that is sure to give students a Halloween to remember.

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Not Throwing Away Our Shot: A Dialogue on Hamilton

Not Throwing Away Our Shot: A Dialogue on Hamilton

In preparation for first-year and transfer students’ upcoming trips to see Broadway in Chicago’s production of Hamilton, Residential Services and One Book One Northwestern presented an hour-long discussion of the show on Monday featuring Assistant Professor of History Caitlin Fitz and Lecturer in Theatre John Haas.

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Queer and Trans Empowerment Month: Emphasizing Education and Community

Queer and Trans Empowerment Month: Emphasizing Education and Community

This October, Northwestern recognizes the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community through Queer and Trans Empowerment Month. Nationally known as LGBT History Month, this annual series of programs and events aims to both educate the public on LGBTQ issues and strengthen the LGBTQ community on campus.

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Find Your Way Around Campus with NUhelp's Map Feature

Find Your Way Around Campus with NUhelp's Map Feature

Fall is in the air, and with it comes the chance to welcome students, new and old, back to campus! Northwestern’s beautiful campus always has something exciting to offer. But it can be difficult to find your way to those exciting things if you’re not familiar with the campus. Luckily, the NUhelp app has a map feature that will help you get to where you need to be with no problem.

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