Stories by Krislyn Placide
Check out these recipes for raw creations to replace your usual cooked meals.
Real Food Coalition wants to change the meaning of food at Northwestern.
"J.J. Java has a few intriguing characteristics that could easily become that special thing that sets it apart from the rest."
Green Cup Co-chair Michael Giannetto talks up the competition, which is running all this month.
For Katie Smiley, crafting is more than a hobby. The Weinberg senior engraves champagne flutes, strings necklaces and stitches coffee ...
Canadian band Stars talks with North by Northwestern about their new album and the meaning of their music.
Photo by Ariana Bacle / North by Northwestern Updated 9/25/10 7:33 p.m. A white semi-trailer truck hit a crosswalk light ...
Based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, the play began in the Crowe Courtyard and traveled to the Lakefill as the play progressed. Though Treasure Island 3D's two September 18th and 19th performances are over, North by Northwestern captured the best of the multistage pirate play.
A student group examines the barriers that divide Northwestern's community -- and how to break them.
Gray shirt: Goodwill, light blue shirt: from a family friend, pants: community thrift store in Michigan, shoes: Vans, bag: Goodwill. ...
A new Northwestern charity organization showcases its musical talent.
Four students are leaving campus early to get a head start on their careers.
The freshman class is carrying on a five-year tradition of putting together an original musical starting from scratch.
What better way to celebrate 4/20 than with food and puppets?
One writer questions why more Northwestern students don't commemorate the tragedy of the Holocaust.
April is national STD awareness month. Don't hesitate to whip out your appointment book and arrange a time to get tested.
Record companies make buying CDs more affordable, but sales continue to decline.
Venturing off into the experimental world of dance music.