Stories by Patrick Svitek
Trapped in a not-so-hotspot? Take Internet connectivity into your own hands.
Illustration by Alice Zhang/North by Northwestern When you’re seated before a panel of HR reps, Lady Gaga should be the ...
To all those prospies who feverishly applied Early Decision, here's the advice you won't get from your advisor.
Freshman year marked the beginning of this Fresh Frosh columnist's alter ego.
Confronting the often contradictory NU stereotypes found on websites like Princeton Review.
How doing laundry is a step toward independence -- and abusing Google AutoComplete is a step back.
Remember trying to make conversation with people you don't know? This writer is still doing it.
Directors are Stark raving mad for NU theatre alum.
The socially thorny quest for a suitable roommate is no more than a contrived same-sex courtship. The bare-bones mechanics remain constant — the clumsily self-aware conversation, the ambiguous context clues, the uncertain pretenses of coffee-shop dates.