Stories by Hillary Hubley
Does the perfect résumé leave room for self-discovery? The internship application process could be flawed.
Obama's appeals to the young voter demographics are still going strong, but is this good or bad? NBN takes a look at these publicity stunts.
After completing her first successful voting booth visit, one writer finally feels empowered.
"Canvassing, the archaic act of going door to door to get out the vote, was a distant concept to me. After twelve hours of campaigning, I realize it is all we have left."
If your views don't exactly align with President Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, you may be tempted to vote for a third party candidate. Here's why you shouldn't.
Social media makes election coverage more accessible, but simplistic dialogue on sites like Facebook and Twitter creates misinformed voters.
How much have our parents influenced our views in politics?
As the presidential race heats up, NBN offers a fresh perspective on the issues, the candidates and the election.
With just two weeks to go it’s time to pack in some last minute events and happenings to kickoff the excitement of our own major concert.
A slideshow and video clips of the former Republican nominee hopeful's talk on campus.
Go fly a kite. Literally. Also: food trucks, spaceships, Netflix docs and a very special Tumblr.
Need something to watch on Netflix? Need a snack? Want to go get some cheap Mexican food and watch sea life? We've got you covered.
The list of what you should see, buy, eat and make. So much to do, so little time? We'll help you decide.
Dancers, singers and 100,000 show dogs. Your guide to the weekend starts now.
Karaoke and Mardi Gras. What could be better?
Entertain yourself this weekend with anything from the light installation at The Bean to the Theatre and Interpretation Center’s production of Spring Awakening.
From human rights to Kathy Griffin, there's plenty to do around campus and Chicago this weekend.
There may be lots of snow, but who can complain about the long weekend?
This weekend is going to be unusually warm for January in Chicago, and the city has plenty to offer in the way of entertainment.
You have no reason to be bored this weekend. Check out everything from a Super Mario burlesque to a lights festival on the Magnificent Mile.
From grilled cheese parties to Jersey Shore musicals, keep yourself occupied this weekend.