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‘FDA booster decision is overdue and welcome’

November 17, 2021
The Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) expected authorization of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 booster for all adults Thursday is overdue and will stem rising cases, say Northwestern Medicine experts. (The Centers for Disease Control is supposed to meet to discuss data and safety on Friday.)

The 91st Annual Waa-Mu Show returns home to Cahn Auditorium

November 17, 2021
After two years of producing the Waa-Mu Show virtually, the co-chairs of Northwestern University’s 91st Annual Waa-Mu Show have announced the show will move back to Cahn Auditorium. “A Peculiar Inheritance,” a whodunit with antiques, socialites and secrets, will run April 29 to May 8, 2022.

EU's response to Lukashenko's blackmail is effective, experts say

November 15, 2021
Two experts on Russian and European affairs from Northwestern University are available to speak with media on the recent Belarus-Poland migrant crisis. They argue that the spat illustrates the power of smart sanctions to correct the behavior of belligerent states.
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Making sense of major corporate splits at GE and J&J

November 12, 2021
Craig Garthwaite, Kellogg School of Management professor and an expert on healthcare mergers and acquisitions, is available to speak with media on recent corporate splits at General Electric and Johnson & Johnson.
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'The Translator' takes viewers inside the Syrian Revolution

November 11, 2021
“The Translator,” a film about the journey of a political refugee who risks everything to rescue his brother from the Assad regime in Syria, will be screened next Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 3 p.m. CDT at the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs at Northwestern University.
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