Stories by Ali Pelczar
"Humidity choked the salt-edged air, so that my fingers felt swollen, and when I rubbed them together they did not feel like my own."
Cast your vote on 2015's greatest debate thus far.
A sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird is on its way. How could it impact modern racial dialogues?
Who knew that raving reviews and scalding one-star rants could create some beautiful poetry?
We looked at Anthony Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See.
Modern-day Robin Hood continues on his journey to bring creativity back to common people.
In a time when innovations are made by a machine and one man reaps all the rewards, Robin is rebelling.
"But I couldn’t pretend that airports have not come to represent the limbo between my lives at home and at school."
Reviewing Gone Girl in book and movie form.
"We understand where these graphs go – that they stretch on forever, never deviating from the behavior we’ve already figured out – but never bother to follow it further."
"Sometime in the midst of Chiberia, these flowers were waiting patiently, carefully, for their time to shine."
Music is integral to DM. We asked dancers which song in particular energized them or stopped them from giving them up.
The final installment in NBN Writing's blackout poems series. This week, the blacked-out lines of text are from recipes found online.
Syria peace talks begin again, a former Virginia governor is indicted and more in this week's news recap.
Law professor Martin Redish spoke with students on Monday at an event sponsored by the Northwestern University Political Union.
"The permanence of campus is gone. The hubris that we could be so destructive and expect no destruction in return."
"On Sheridan, rivulets of water quickly became streams and then rivers. Flyers on the ground were swept away, tape and all. Each building was an island. What were we to do but watch...?"
Catch up on the important events in the Northwestern and Evanston community you might have missed this past week.
Panelists at an event entitled “Is Mainstream Media Too White?” said media newsrooms need to be more accepting of minorities.
The filmmakers of Scenes of a Crime presented their documentary and answered questions about the film Wednesday evening.