Stories by Lorraine K. Lee
He hasn't been at Northwestern for long, but Booshua has already already grabbed the spotlight among campus hip-hop artists.
DJ duo Practical Tactical -- named after a DVD that teaches pen-based self defense -- rocked the Battle of the DJs last Friday. They'll be doing a set this Dillo Day at 5:15.
Northwestern’s Undergraduate Budget Priorities Committee recently released its short- and long-term proposals for next school year based on results taken ...
The idea behind the student-created film Western Divided began with an article in the Chicago Tribune headlined, “Chicago, America’s most ...
Jordan Looney's newest mixtape keeps hip-hop fresh.
This Wildcat is ready to get back to a normal Northwestern life.
John Park talks his elimination from Idol, Simon Cowell and his future plans.
The Northwestern crooner may be music's next big thing.
Before Up in the Air was an Oscar-nominated film, it was a book by Walter Kirn.
Mike Posner returns to Chicago with a record deal and a college degree under his belt.
NU rapper 3D makes it big with the help of the WNBA, the NBA and some up-and-comers who have brushed shoulders with the industry's biggest names.
Robin Thicke sits down with North by Northwestern to talk exercise, music and Chicago women. See him at the Vic Theatre this weekend.
Your GPA doesn’t matter. At least, not as much as you may think it does, according to Jose Santos, University ...
Jason Winer tells how Northwestern and Mee-Ow prepared him for success.
Information courtesy of University Career Services. Emily Chow / North by Northwestern. Students will have University Career Services’ internship resources ...
In response to two e-mails from Northwestern Police last week, the Sexual Health and Assault Peer Education group organized a panel to provide information and to discuss sexual assault on a larger scale.
Of 109 applicants, 32 Northwestern students won Fulbright scholarships, more than any other school in the nation.
Northwestern’s shuttles are now equipped with tracking systems that allow students to follow a shuttle’s route online and get the ...
Schapiro officially took the helm at Northwestern during a festive ceremony held at Henry Crown Sports Pavilion Friday. His speech, peppered with anecdotes and jokes, discussed the roles and responsibilities of higher education. The event also included a guest speech by three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman.
The “LiveWired Conversation” Wednesday night had about 30 in-person attendees in Norris along with online audience members who streamed video and submitted questions electronically.
Students and faculty members shared stories and memories of Lazar, a Weinberg student who died after being struck by a car in July. The memorial included musical tributes, readings and lighting candles.
James Brooks opened for artists like Lil Wayne, Ludacris, Ne-Yo and T.I. when he was only 16. Now he's a junior in McCormick. See him perform before you can't afford his shows anymore.
The day before Dillo Day, the performer and Duke University junior talked about how he got started and his plans to party with NU students.
Though Mayfest could not confirm his performance, Posner says he has been signed to perform on Saturday.
According to Mike Posner himself, the artist was contacted by Mayfest on Monday to appear on the Dillo Day lineup. Hundreds of students have rallied so far on Facebook in support of the artist coming to campus.
The four-piece Seattle-based band This Providence will be touring in Aurora on May 6.
Updated 9:14 p.m. Although swine flu has not been declared a pandemic or reached areas near Chicago, Northwestern has an ...
Updated April 15 at 11:51 p.m. Tickets to see rapper Ludacris on April 24 sold out within 40 minutes of ...
A Northwestern alum launches a new online literary magazine worth checking out.
After complaints from some parents, NU administration implement a mandatory dorm meal plan for fraternity members living in university residences. The change did not resonate well with many members of the fraternity community.
After ASG stepped up to provide supplementary funds to keep the Saturday shuttle running Spring Quarter, student leaders are hoping that the administration will help find a longer-term solution.