"One of the great aspects of studying abroad is how easy it is to travel throughout the country you are staying in. This past weekend my fellow ‘Cats and I traveled to San Pedro de Atacama, a small tourist town in the middle of the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in the world. As this was my first trip outside of Santiago since I have been here, I was very excited to travel, and it turned out to be an amazing experience."
- Arianna Farmer reflects on her trip to San Pedro de Atacama in the latest edition of NU in Chile.
Our paper is saved because we just signed a kid out of Northwestern that really has good prose.
Chip Kelly, Head Coach, Philadelphia Eagles
The above quote is presented wildly out of context. Here is a link to the full thing. Either way, even a pro football coach 760 miles away knows about the strong writing education at Northwestern.
That man is Northwestern alumnus and Happiness Club co-founder Ben Larrison.
“It’s a beautiful area and to have this building and to showcase the water we have, it seems like a privilege to me,” said Matthew Zampa (Class of ‘15) on the NEW NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SAILING CENTER!
The sailing center is one way we take advantage of our two on campus beaches.
Dinner with 12 Strangers - a Northwestern tradition.
This NU tradition unites alumni, students, and faculty in a series of small dinner parties that help to make the university a friendlier place. The program is simple: alumni host dinners in their homes or other place of their choosing. Students and faculty sign up to attend a dinner.
In Evanston we currently are constructing a new Music & Communication Building, a new building for Kellogg, additions to Tech, a sailing center, and are due to open our Visitors Center this Fall. (Breath. Very exciting. Can’t wait).
With that said, let’s throw it back to the 1926 construction of Ryan Field — then called Northwestern University Stadium.
News by Northwestern students reporting from Capitol Hill.
Reverse shot of the Arch. Love the sun gleaming off the lantern.
Hannah Chung (Class of ‘13) and Aaron Horowitz (Class of ‘13) created Jerry the Bear through Design For America in 2009. Jerry, through play, helps children diagnosed with diabetes master the medical procedures they learn at the doctor’s office. Hannah and Aaron’s goal is to get Jerry into the hands of every child diagnosed with diabetes.
Freshman year my roommate and I became obsessed with finding the best soup in Chicago. Three years later, Soup Box is still in the lead.
Brendan Flynn, Class of ‘15