Stories by Megan Suckut
Student bands W.O.R.D., Mori and the Moonwalkers and Appomattox Trap House all vied for a Dillo Day performance spot on the first night of Mayfest's Battle of the Bands.
As the temperatures shoot up, take a ride with the NU Sailing Team on Lake Michigan.
As it heats up, students are breaking out their bikes. Take a look at the wide array of interesting rides found around campus.
Dr. Donna Nelson, science advisor for Breaking Bad, spoke about scientific accuracy in the entertainment industry at Harris Hall on Friday night.
Northwestern students gathered Sunday afternoon for "5K Run/Walk for Josie" benefitting the Josie Nordman Lung Transplant Fund.
Screw fixies. These city routes will move your biking into second gear.
Prepare for Dance Marathon with this playlist that perfectly embodies the 30-hour emotional roller coaster.
Get the scoop from the actors behind the real, non-sparkly vampires in the Twilight franchise.
NBN tells you which filters to use on your photos, whether you're studying in Core or guarding the Rock.
Not sure how you'd handle the zombie apocalypse? We have it all planned out for you.
What makes class better? Fidgeting on smartphone apps while your professor is talking. Check these out.
A group of Northwestern students performed "8," a play that aims to educate audiences about the fight for LGBT civil rights.
Casey Meehan launched ChicagoMixtape.com to help listeners find new bands and conquer Chicago's local music scene.
Not sure you want to partake in this weekend's Dillo festivities? Head into the city for events ranging from the Memorial Day Parade to Jersey Shore: The Musical .
Student production group Applause for a Cause's newest production provides both entertainment and assistance to charity.
Through NUvention Web, Northwestern students created Groovebug, the iPad app that has the potential to become the next generation of the digital music experience.
The new student-created TV show, which centers around NU's ineffective mail system, will premiere May 14 on NUCH1.
The trio, made up of local college students, will headline a benefit show at Lincoln Hall on May 6.
This year's Inspire Symposium will feature the premiere of Hospital Rwanda, a documentary by Northwestern students about Rwanda's healthcare system.
John Cusack's newest flick features realistic elements from Edgar Allen Poe's life and creates a murder mystery romp everyone will love.
This newest Nicholas Sparks movie has everything from war to romance to puppies.
Nicholas Sparks fills us in on his writing process, his characters and why life is really just thousands and thousands of journeys.
Learn everything you need to know about the Emmy Award-winning comedian before his show at Pick-Staiger on Friday.
Vinyl lovers rejoice. Check out our extensive list of the best places for free concerts, free food and exclusive releases as you plan your Saturday.
A guide to (fake) apps that would help you feel less alone, survive finals week, keep warm and remedy awkward situations.
One writer gets up and close and personal with late night television – in the middle of the afternoon.
Clark Duke plays assistant to Eddie Murphy in this new comedy. NBN took part in a roundtable discussing his acting career.
Paul Dano, Julianne Moore and Robert De Niro come together in this heartwrenchingly good story about dealing with grief and troubled pasts.
Weitz, who also wrote and produced his latest film, discussed some of his casting choices and homelessness with NBN.
Megan Suckut takes an in-depth look at the radio industry and what new technologies mean for its future.
These apps can help you with everything from pre-DM preparations to finding volunteer opportunities afterwards.
Twilight may have given vampire movies a bad rap, but cuddly movie monsters are nothing new.
Honda is reviving Ferris Bueller for one of their Super Bowl ads. In that spirit, our writers create their own 80s throwback commercials.
Complete the Super Bowl experience with a plethora of the best apps for the game.
Emerging rapper E-Roc discusses his new single and trying to make it in the hip-hop world.
These nifty weather apps will help you use your phone to navigate the Chicago winter.