Stories by Emily Ferber
One Evanston video rental store struggles for survival in the age of Netflix
Incoming freshmen will not rank the dorms where they want to live, but be assigned housing by NU, a newsletter announced Wednesday. Freshmen will still apply separately to residential colleges.
UPDATED 3:18 p.m.: Medill announced Thursday that Brad Hamm, the current dean of Indiana University's School of Journalism, will begin Fall 2012.
The administration released its long-awaited Diversity Report to the public recently. It's long, so here's what you need to know.
Medill professor John Sullivan was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his work with the Philadelphia Inquirer, it was announced Monday afternoon. Updated at 5:52 p.m.
HBO's newest show delivers realistic lives of twentysomething women, but lacks genuine connections between characters.
President Schapiro and NYU President John Sexton discuss higher education and religion in a talk sponsored by Sheil Catholic Center.
The new committee considered an ordinance which would require inspectors to survey each of Evanston’s estimated 10,000 rooms, apartments or houses available for rent. Mayor Tisdahl said she “didn’t realize” the meeting coincided with Northwestern's spring break.
Finance Committee announced that DM raised $510,617 by the full money deadline.
The dancers are still dancing. And we're still taking pictures of them.
The Productions co-chairs take care of everything from coordinating DJs to producing celebrity videos.
Ever wonder how DM calculates the big total they reveal at the end of the 30 hours? NBN can show you.
Photography by Alex Zhu and Emily Ferber / North by Northwestern
Senators, presidents and wives! Oh my! Durbin shouts out in a video and Schapiro stumbles through congratulations.
"You can't call it heartbreak if you can't laugh at it" and other aphorisms.
Northwestern officials announced new plans to build a visitors center and parking garage catering to prospective students and their parents in a statement released early Friday morning.
Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl announced Monday that the City of Evanston will revoke the Keg of Evanston's liquor license.
Students, alums and Mayor Tisdahl take to Twitter to express their feelings about the Keg of Evanston.
Paula Deen announced Tuesday both her Type 2 diabetes and her new, healthy living campaign. What does this say about the state of both feminism and the Food Network?
'Once you get rid of that awful idea that you’re out there all alone, floating, with no connection to something greater, whatever that greater thing might be, the discomfort starts to dissipate."
How to perfect your professional profile with LinkedIn, the social networking site dedicated to shameless self-promotion.
View the fall concert through the eyes of three A&O members who helped make it happen.
Really?! Check out these comic highlights from this year's Grand Marshal.
A former associate professor of medicine is claiming that she was fired for trying to protect unknowing patients from an untested, unapproved heart valve implant.
Hollywood paints a bleak picture of true love in the digital age.
Photo by Justin Barbin / North by Northwestern. From blush brushes to industrial-sized cans of hairspray, Caitlin Oates comes to ...
Haven’t had enough Chet Haze in the past few weeks? Well then, you’re in luck. The rapper, it seems, has ...
Will it be Stephen Colbert: Northwestern alum and successful comedian? Or will it be Stephen Colbert: right-wing commentator and one-time presidential hopeful? There are, indeed, two separate Wikipedia pages.
Equus runs Thursday through Saturday night in Shanley Pavillion. Tickets are $5 for students.
Northwestern students produce an unconventional play using unconventional directing techniques. Expect an inspired, intense performance offering a new look at everyday technology.