Stories by Sean Kane
"He was afraid of the recoil the shot would produce. He was afraid of the mechanical shudder the rifle would send through his body. But he was even more afraid of the inscription scraped into the wood."
“Father Finseth saw me. He told my parents and said that he was worried about me. That serial killers get their start killing animals in the woods. My parents flipped out and decided I needed discipline.”
Missed tonight's CollegeHumor show? NBN met up with the quartet behind A&O's second Winter Speaker Series.
Photos from Disney In 1982, Northwestern dropout Dan Shor starred in the sci-fi classic Tron. Shor played Ram, one of ...
William Shatner has always been a man with an artistic vision. His portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk on the ...
The Arcade Fire band member and WCAS alumnus spoke in Leverone Hall as part of the Center for Student Involvement's Civically Engaged Young Alumni Week.
MORI on playing in Evanston and seeing the headliner (then an opener) she will be opening for in concert.
It was like any other Alabama news story, featuring an eyebrow-raising look into the projects for stand up interviews. Yet, ...
The Social Network may be a movie too soon for its time, but you won't find a focus on Facebook itself.
Time for some pointers on the D-Oh-Double-G from the LBC.
North by Northwestern talks with Medill alum Aarti Sequeira, winner of The Next Food Network Star.
Communication sophomore Ned Baker (“The Tramp”). Photo by Gus Wezerek / North by Northwestern. Wrestlepocalypse IV, directed by Dan Lazar ...
The Arts Alliance 2009 Spring Mainstage proves to be witty and dramatic, tugging both heart strings and funny bones.
The senior art show, which displays the art of seniors in Northwestern University’s art program, is now on display at the Dittmar Memorial Gallery in Norris University Center.
Not all types of rock and roll count as noise pollution.