For members of the Northwestern community who love food and are curious about a career in the industry, the Sugar and Spice Summit will feature leading female professionals such as Marissa Conrad, Deputy Food Editor at The Chicago Tribune and Aarti Sequeira, a Medill alum who won Season 6 of Food Network Star.
With Halloween right around the corner, it is time to start buying candy for all the trick-or-treaters (or for yourself to eat alone late at night)!
When it comes to Work-Study, getting a job can be a daunting task.
The Northwestern Chronicle is hosting a photo challenge – decode the following clues and explore campus beyond what you saw on your tour.
Each week, twins Adam and David Shimer analyze the latest episode of Game of Thrones from the perspective of a non-book reader. This week they discuss “Battle of the Bastards,” but first they would like to assign some weekly awards: Tywin Lannister Memorial Award for Best Political Maneuvering: Ramsay creating a perfect battle-plan that began […]
Two Northwestern players, Dean Lowry and Dan Vitale, were selected in the 2016 NFL Draft. Lowry was picked in the fourth round by the Green Bay Packers, and Vitale was selected in the sixth by the Buccaneers. In addition to the two players drafted, Traveon Henry and Deonte Gibson both penned unrestricted free agent contracts. […]
“May I have two chipotle chicken tacos please?” I asked. The familiar Frontera Fresco cashier swipes my Wildcard and returns it sandwiched between my receipt and a buzzer. I smile, shove the card back into my pocket and walk away to find my friends. Most of us at Northwestern probably do something similar for lunch. […]
At the Chronicle’s first meeting of the school year, our former Editor-in-Chief, Anthony, revealed that I was now the interim EIC, unofficially effective immediately.
Figuring out a location to place praise, or blame, in theatrical criticism is more difficult than you might realize. Not because it’s not difficult to find some elements of praise or blame in 95% of productions, but because theatre is so collaborative. When I look at a show with a single fantastic scene that works, […]
Each week, Adam and David Shimer analyze the latest episode of Game of Thrones from the perspective of a non-book reader. This week they discuss ‘Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken,’ but first they would like to assign some weekly awards: Tywin Lannister In Memoriam Award for Best Political Maneuvering: Littlefinger Honorable Mention: The High Sparrow Eddard Stark […]