Stories by Jasper Scherer
A Northwestern junior created a web app to allow students to visualize their class registration — something Caesar cannot do.
One Ph.D candidate has two big ideas to help you find lost items and pick up packages.
Catch up on research updates from NU's research community.
NASA's Alan Stern spoke Thursday about the New Horizons space probe's journey to Pluto and beyond.
Earthquakes! Naps! Babe Ruth! These nouns and more in this week's science and tech roundup.
Haven't kept up with Northwestern's latest science advancements? We have.
You don't have to be a Ph.D in Chemistry to think like a scientist.
These sci-fi movies might look cool, but we aren't buying their schtick.
Get caught up on all the latest science and tech news, from a herpes breakthrough to a legend passing away.
Cancer-fighting coffee and more, in this week's roundup of NU-centric science news.
A Feinberg professor published a paper on cell adhesion last week. It's worth reading about, we promise.
Multiple Northwestern researchers published ground-breaking research this week, and NU received a $5 million nanotechnology grant.
NBN talks with the executive director of The Garage, a new space for NU students to hone their entrepreneurial spirit and skills.
Just a day before the NFL Draft begins, Roger Goodell visited NU.
Men's Tennis and Women's Basketball have outstanding weeks while Baseball and Softball stumble.
Northwestern lacrosse has left the women's-only American Lacrosse Conference for the Big Ten. Is B1Gger always better?
Head coach Kelly Amonte Hiller has led Northwestern to seven NCAA Championships, and her no-nonsense intensity shows no signs of letting up.
The 'Cats have lost five straight games by seven points or less: why that's the best thing for them.
The defeat also marked the final chapter in the careers of seniors Tyler Miller and Nikko Boxall.
Northwestern women's basketball hasn't been in the NCAA tournament since 1997. Can they make a return?
We asked senior guard Karly Roser about her injury, her experience playing internationally for Canada and more.
One NU soccer player's rebound from a torn ACL.
How do goalkeepers block shots? We can't fully explain it (if we could, we'd be coaching soccer somewhere), but we can show you how it looks
A late-game kickoff return sealed Northwestern's fate: a 2-1 record in the Big Ten.
With the first game of the season approaching, these players have our eye.
Not everyone can be a Big Ten sports star. Our NBN Sports writers share some of their fondest memories from their Little League days.
The NBN sports first-years reflect on a year of emotional athletics at NU.
Adam Wozny with his mother.Photo courtesy of Adam Wozny / North by Northwestern Adam Wozny was a senior at Fenwick ...
Looking to step up your beach game? What about your beach games? We've got some new summer sports you could try out next time you head for a swim.
Despite gaining an early lead, the 'Cats were defeated by the Wolverines on Sunday.
The baseball team beat the Wheaton Thunder 7-5 in a close match at Rocky Miller Park.
The 'Cats couldn't pull out a win for senior captains Meghan McKeown and La’Terria Taylor's last game on Thursday.
USC who came out on top by a score of 4-3 in the first-ever baseball matchup between the Wildcats and the Trojans.
Weinberg freshmen Mitch Sliga and Jacob Schmitt suggest a bright future for NU wrestling.
Northwestern volleyball ended a three-game losing streak Friday with a much-needed win over the Boilermakers.