New study shows contamination is possible from paper towels

A new study by researchers at Laval University in Quebec City shows us that paper towels, especially those that are made from recycled paper, could actually carry germs. Researchers also found that contaminants can be found on everyday items including toilet paper, newspapers and business cards.


Students hold vigil for Chapel Hill victims

By Phil Brown, Reporter Last Monday marked the end of a week since Feb. 10, the fateful day for Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salhaand Razan Abu-Salha, whose home was...

President aims to improve student aid experience

In a Gateway exclusive op-ed, President Barack Obama discusses the Student Aid Bill This exclusive op-ed was provided courtesy of Dominque Mann, PR-assistant at the White...

Innocence Project students said to have used hidden wire during interviews

Student journalists for Northwestern University's Medill Innocence Project wore hidden tape recorders during an investigation into an alleged wrongful conviction, prosecutors told a Cook County judge Wednesday. 


FIRE IN SCOTT VILLAGE

By: Sean Robinson, Lindsi Fulk & Nick Beaulieu Forty-two students have been displaced and their belongings destroyed as a result of a discarded cigarette. Shortly after...

Paris climate change summit

By Trent Ostrom CONTRIBUTOR The “United Nations Conference on Climate Change” held in Paris, France focused on how countries can negotiate plans with each other to...

Vision beyond borders helps believers practice religion in secret

Over two billion people identify themselves as Christians, comprising 22 percent of the world's total population. Nearly 63 percent of those practicing this faith are native to Europe and North America, according to a report by the Pew Research Center. Vision Beyond Borders, an organization whose mission is to provide Bibles and service to Christian followers in nations where Christianity must be worshiped in secret, has made it their goal to spread their faith and the word of God to those living in areas such as Southeast Asia.
 


Keystone XL Pipeline in Supreme Court, future up in the air

By Hannah Gill, Contributor Adjunct Professor Larry Bradley was waiting patiently at a meeting of the tribal council to present his dissertation in 2010. On...