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Filmgoers Flock to Divergent

The bestselling novel by Veronica Roth ’10 comes to life on the big screen.

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Global Warming Is No Myth

The severe winter of 2014 doesn’t mean climate change isn’t happening, Assistant Professor Yarrow Axford says.

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Breaking Ground on the Global Hub

A new state-of-the-art building will house both the Kellogg School of Management and the College’s Department of Economics.

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Students and Alumni Win Fulbrights

Fourteen Weinberg College students and graduates are among this year’s crop of Fulbright recipients.

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Mourning a Nobel Laureate

Economics Professor Dale Mortensen is recalled as a “perfect mentor” and a “humble, fun-loving guy.”

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The War No Image Could Capture

Historian Deborah Cohen explains why photographers failed to convey the horrors of World War I.

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New Findings on Exoplanets

Weinberg College researchers discover surprising traits of planets beyond our own solar system.

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Chem Lab Gets Big Makeover

A sweeping renova­tion transforms the introductory chemistry lab into a brighter, roomier and more collaborative space.

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New Views on the Middle East

Ten Northwestern scholars share fresh perspectives on old controversies in the new book On the Ground.

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Bringing a Renaissance Treasure to Life

Emeritus Professors Dan Garrison and Malcolm Hast spent more than 20 years translating a revolu­tionary textbook on human anatomy.

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Undergrads Gain Free Entry to Art Institute

A generous gift from Shirley Welsh Ryan ’61 establishes a new partnership between the museum and Northwestern University.

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The Secret History of Las Vegas

Professor Chris Abani’s latest thriller sets an intricate crime story against the backdrop of Sin City.

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Alumni Talk

Teach for America Weinberg graduates and others discuss the challenges they faced while serving in the high-profile program.

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Face to Face with Socrates

The philosopher’s timeless ideas are made relevant to a modern audience in Elliniko Theatro’s production of Socrates Now.

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Faculty Speak at Chicago Humanities Festival

Professors from across the College explored the Festival’s 2013 theme, “Animal: What Makes Us Human.”

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