By Charles Rollet Medill can now give itself a “Medill F.” Northwestern’s journalism school, whose full name is the “Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications” misspelled the word “integrated” on some of its 2014 graduates’ diplomas. The incorrectly-spelled diplomas read “Itegrated Marketing Communications.”
By Charles Rollet In the early 1920s, the Russian futurist poet Vladimir Mayakovsky was so awestruck at the sight of Brooklyn Bridge that he wrote a 4-page poem about the experience.
By Charles Rollet President Schapiro disparaged sociology professor Gary Fine at a faculty senate meeting last week for claiming Northwestern was not doing enough to publicize university founder John Evans’ role in the Sand Creek Massacre.
By Charles Rollet A spectre is haunting Northwestern – the spectre of Morty’s Angels.
By Charles Rollet Every spring, the smell of soggy campaign flyers and free pizza fills the air across campus as candidates for Associate Student Government’s presidency attempt to win votes from a stereotypically apathetic student body.
By Charles Rollet Although Northwestern in Qatar is part of Northwestern University, it faces a problem quite unheard of in Evanston: censorship of its class materials.
By Charles Rollet Comrades, when I first saw the opening scenes of The Lego Movie, I was thrilled.
By Charles Rollet After over two years of heading The Chronicle, it’s time for me to say goodbye.
By Charles Rollet At least one reason why Northwestern places ninth on the list of most expensive colleges (beating its academic ranking by three spots) are the somewhat massive salaries commanded by its top administrators.
By Charles Rollet Northwestern’s advocacy center for sexual assault victims (the Center for Awareness, Response, and Education, or CARE,) decided to stop working with the Medill junior in the Title IX lawsuit that has rocked Northwestern after realizing she would be suing the school.