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Weinberg Magazine, Spring/Summer 2019

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Meet the Arch Scholars

As Northwestern grows ever more diverse, the Arch Scholars program ensures that all students have the support and community they need to thrive.

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A Second Look at Lunt Hall

Learn why Northwestern’s neoclassical beauty was once deemed “the finest college library in the West.”

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Data Justice

Weinberg College social scientists are using the tools of data science to make the world a safer, healthier and more egalitarian place.

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At the Intersection of Diversity and Democracy

A new research center explores how race and gender are shaping today’s politics.

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‘A World You’ve Never Seen Before’

Biological research takes a quantum leap forward with the tools of advanced math.

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Weinberg Lens: The Marjorie Weinberg Garden

The shady nook now known as the Marjorie Weinberg Garden has seen its share of Northwestern history.

From the Dean

"We can and must do more to help all students to succeed," Dean Adrian Randolph says.

On Campus

Weinberg College news, breakthroughs, updates and more.

This Northwestern Life

Storytelling tips from artist-in-residence Megan Stielstra.

Student Q&A: Jennifer Slota '20 & Marco Laudati '20

The presidents of Northwestern's political organizations are working together to boost campus dialogue during polarized times.

Love, Money and Parenting

When did child-rearing become so fraught? An economist looks to his own field for answers.

Paths: What did you do with your arts and sciences degree?

The paths that College graduates take through life are varied and often unexpected. Learn what Jane Solomon '07, Chris Rooney '96 and Gwen Erkonen '88 are doing with their arts and sciences degrees.


A collaborative global effort to elevate the works of a long-lost poet springs forth at Weinberg College.

Back Talk

Readers reflect on "undemocratic democracies," free speech on campus, and more.


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