Stories by Alexis Sanchez
There once was an era when pledges took their time deciding where to drop their bids. This year’s fraternity rush showed that that era is definitively over.
Try your luck at hooking up with our sex-week themed interactive flowchart.
Dropping cats into water can be difficult — just look at the Northwestern men’s swimming team last year. In addition ...
Last year, the Serbian native led the men’s basketball team with a .481 field goal percentage, racked up three double-doubles and appeared in 33 of 34 possible games. This year, his expectations are even higher.
"I was confused when the man standing next to me jumped up, hugged both my brother and me and started screaming. I'd never seen people get so excited about watching a game, and I couldn't help but smile and hug this strange man back."
NU sports looking optimistic, though some teams need some brushing up.
One word that describes this Saturday's football game against Central Michigan University is uncharacteristic. Even though, they secured the win to extend their record to 4-0, the 'Cats made a number of mistakes that could have cost them the four-game winning streak.
Northwestern's women's Ultimate Frisbee team skips out on Dillo Day for a shot at the national championship.
Campus participation in intramurals hasn't dwindled any.
Northwestern softball's Lauren Delaney usually keeps hitters at bay, but this year has been a struggle for the pitcher.
Expect to see the lacrosse team bring home another trophy -- but get ready for some rough times ahead on the baseball and softball diamonds.
How Northwestern athletes manage to succeed both in the classroom and on the field.