Stories by Madeline Coe
Reminisce on a year you'll definitely never forget.
A student abroad in Scotland passes the time until her return to Evanston listening to tunes that match her emotions.
Want to catch an artsy movie, but don't have spare change? Block Cinema's got you covered.
In hopes to open a larger discussion, the show Blue Lights premiered this weekend to share victims' stories of sexual assault.
The world knows the British royal family, but America might just have a family to compare in fame.
Three weeks at home is never fun. We got you covered.
For those who party too hard Thursday, stay in the rest of Halloweekend with NBN's favorite scary movies.
Trying to figure out where to go on study abroad? Not going, but want to be transported anywhere that's not the frozen tundra of Evanston?
Overwhelmed by all the new shows airing this fall? NBN is here to help.
With 600 plates dedicated to the last meals of prisoners across the U.S., we've highlighted some favorites in Block's latest art exhibit.
In a talk Monday, the creator of well-known podcast Criminal discussed audio journalism on behalf of WNUR News.
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Take some time out of your busy day and discover some new music.
Just think: while you've been standing in line for Refusionshaka, you could have been getting down to these moves.
The Evanston City Council discussed the fiscal year 2015 budget on Monday.
New construction projects on campus have resulted in a state-of-the art structure, the closing of two residence halls and the planning of a brand new North Campus project.