Northwestern University

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Group.png Northwestern University  
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MottoQuaecumque sunt vera
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TypePrivate
Other nameWildcats
Private research university: "ranked among the most prestigious academic institutions in the world".

Northwestern University is a private research university in Evanston, Illinois. Founded in 1851, Northwestern is the oldest chartered university in Illinois and is ranked among the most prestigious academic institutions in the world.

Chartered by the Illinois General Assembly in 1851, Northwestern was established to serve the former Northwest Territory. The university was initially affiliated with the Methodist Episcopal Church, but soon grew to be non-sectarian. In 1882, Northwestern became a founding member of the Big Ten Conference,[9] and later joined the Association of American Universities as an early member in 1917. The university was the third largest university in the United States by the 1900s under Henry Wade Rogers.

The university is composed of eleven undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools, which include the Kellogg School of Management, the Pritzker School of Law, the Feinberg School of Medicine, the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, the Bienen School of Music, the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Medill School of Journalism, the School of Communication, the School of Professional Studies, the School of Education and Social Policy, and The Graduate School. Northwestern's campus lies along the shores of Lake Michigan in Evanston. The university's law, medical, and professional schools, along with Northwestern Memorial Hospital, are located in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood. The university also maintains a campus in Education City, Qatar and academic centers in Miami, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.

Northwestern has an endowment of $14 billion, one of the largest university endowments in the world, as well as an annual budget of around $2 billion. As of fall 2019, the university had 21,946 enrolled students, including 8,327 undergraduates and 13,619 graduate students. Fielding eight men's and eleven women's sports teams, the Northwestern Wildcats represent the university to compete in the NCAA Division I Big Ten Conference and has remained the only private university in the conference since 1946.

As of October 2020, Northwestern's faculty and alumni have included numerous heads of state, 22 Nobel Prize laureates, 1 Fields Medalist, 40 Pulitzer Prize winners, 6 MacArthur Fellows, 17 Rhodes Scholars, 28 Marshall Scholars, 23 National Medal of Science winners, 11 National Humanities Medal recipients, 84 members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 10 living billionaires, 16 Olympic medalists, 2 U.S. Supreme Court Justices.

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Ali Babacan4 April 1967TurkeyPolitician
Deep state operative
8 times Bilderberg visitor, Turkish politician
George Ball21 December 190926 May 1994USDiplomat
Banker
Lawyer
Deep politician
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Shumeet BanerjiSpook
Businessperson
Michael Barkun8 April 1938USAuthor
Academic
A professor who denies that MKUltra was carried out on children.
Saul Bellow10 June 19155 April 2005Canada
US
Author
Rod Blagojevich10 December 1956USPolitician
Fraudster
Adriana Cargill1990USJournalistWEF/Young Global Leaders 2021
Ingvar Carlsson9 November 1934Politician
Economist
Took over as Sweden's PM upon the assassination of Olof Palme.
Alexander De Croo3 November 1975BelgiumSelected a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2015. Belgian Prime Minster during some of the hardest lockdowns in Europe.
Neil Eggleston5 July 1953LawyerLegal counsel to various Democrats in legal trouble; White House Counsel under President Barack Obama.
Ibrahim Elbadawi
Rahm Emanuel29 November 1959USPolitician
Murray Finley19221995USLeader of the Labour PartyBilderberg Steering committee member labor leader
Scott Freidheim31 July 1965USBusinesspersonManaging partner of Freidheim Capital. WEF/Young Global Leaders 2006. Council on Foreign Relations. Chatham House.
Dick Gephardt31 January 1941USPolitician
Lobbyist
US politician-lobbyist
Arthur Goldberg8 August 190819 January 1990Diplomat
Cheddi Jagan22 March 19186 March 1997PoliticianToppled twice by the CIA and the British
Pramila Jayapal21 September 1965US
Robert Malone1959USResearcher
Science/Science dissident
COVID-19/Dissident
Inventor of the MRNA vaccine, heavily censored and memory-holed from the Internet after expressing safety concerns about the COVID-19 Vaccines.
George McGovern19 July 192221 October 2012Politician
Mark Crispin Miller1949Author
Academic
Editor
A professor of journalism and prominent critic of commercially-controlled media
Morgan Murphy16 April 19324 March 2016USPoliticianChicago Democrat politician
John Porter1 June 1935USLawyerUS politician. Brookings Institution, RAND Corporation, National Institutes of Health.
Maurice Stans22 March 190814 April 1998Accountant
Deep state functionary
Nixon associate who handled black funds
Adlai Stevenson5 February 190014 July 1965USDiplomat
Politician
George Stinson191519 November 1999USLawyer
Businessperson
US Lawyer businessman who went to the 1978 Bilderberg as CEO of the National Steel Corporation
James R. Thompson8 May 1936Lawyer
Janet WoodcockUSCivil servant
Big pharma/Lobbyist
Health bureaucrat
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