Stories by Justin Curto
In the midst of Winter Quarter drudgery, students still found ways to relax, have fun and broaden their horizons.
We put a GoPro on a dancer for the start of DM. (It was pretty wild.)
Samantha Bee talked to a sold-out crowd of ~1,000 NU students during (ironically), Trump's first congressional address.
Finals week is coming, but we have some entertaining events to distract you from impending doom.
Purple Crayon Players and local playwright Anne Negri introduce the world to a new Robin Hood – a young woman who gives away food.
Weinberg senior Arpan Doshi crafts elaborate meals for other students out of his apartment.
There are plays with distinct political messages – plays like Urinetown: The Musical. Then, there are plays with less direct messages, like Columbinus.
Now that things are looking up, why not enjoy yourself? Check out some on-campus music, art or theater.
"I think in times like these, when tensions are high and fear is high, we all need to laugh."
In defense of public education
A&O Benefit concert to support AMASE, a local group that teaches music and art to kids with special needs.
The Dolphin Show celebrates its 75th year with a '60s-inspired rock musical featuring a man-eating plant.
Student by day, guitarist and vocalist by night: Ryan Lammers and his band, August Hotel, are taking the midwestern music scene by storm.
Week Two means it’s the end of Winter Recruitment, and that entertainment events are far and few between. Here are a few to hold you over till next week.
See a movie, appreciate some art and hit up the museum scene while you still have time.
Reminisce on a year you'll definitely never forget.
Jonathan Holloway is the dean of Yale College, the undergraduate college of arts and sciences at Yale University.
ASG senators presented a bill that would call for Northwestern to be declared a sanctuary campus in the wake of Donald Trump’s election as president.
A 10-minute mobile play about Obama's right-hand man, written and performed by two students, makes its way across campus.
Election Day 2016 is finally here. We're gauging how students feel, and this page will be updated throughout the day with new videos.
“You’re not immune to this world,” Fiasco said. “Alcohol, drugs, women, all that stuff existed before rap. All that stuff existed before Islam.”
"Life is this fragile gift, and it’s so amazing and weird and funky, and so let’s just enjoy it."
If you couldn’t make it to any of the day’s festivities, no worries – NBN has you covered with recaps of three talks and panels.
Follow one freshman's attempt to avoid the freshman 15 one dance move at a time.
The Supreme Court may have decreed same-sex marriage a constitutional right, but that hasn’t solved the issue of supporting same-sex marriage for Christian organizations. For Northwestern InterVarsity – a campus group focused on Christian ministry – this issue returned to the spotlight a few weeks ago.
From the parade to the football game, here's NBN's photo coverage of Homecoming 2016.
Taiwanese American Students Club turned the Louis Room in Norris into a Taiwanese Night Market on Oct. 15.
"The other day I walked into the bathroom and there was a piece of bread on the toilet."
Why worry about midterms and shin splints during your walk between classes, when you blast these custom playlists?
There wasn’t a red carpet or paparazzi, but for a group of students, the Jones Great Room turned into a movie premiere on Sunday night.
The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian organized a concert to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall.
Stoddart won for research that led to the creation of tiny molecular machines.
The Chicago Humanities Festival brings luminaries like Gloria Steinem, Maureen Dowd and Trevor Noah to the city – and to Northwestern – over the next couple weeks.
Kehlani’s voice was the showstopper as she belted notes and switched from R&B to neo-soul and even rap.