Recent alum Ian Weinberger (NU ‘09, pictured: right) was the Music Assistant of last night’s “The Sound of Music Live.” Ian describes his experience working on the production in this Life In Purple blog post.
Come to Norris from 2-4pm on Sunday, for your fix of therapy dogs!
And as always, Free Hugs and Hot Chocolate will be taking place outside of Main Library right after the Primal Scream (at 9pm)! (We may even be at Mudd Library outside of Tech…)
Take a break to feel better the day before finals :)
Starter League CEO Neil Sales-Griffin (NU ‘09) explains the philosophy behind his Web Developers’ school in this Chicago Tribune Blue Sky Innovation video.
Faith Ogungbe, Rebecca Abara, and Amakie Amattey are the winners of Afropollo 2013 - African Student Association’s talent show!
All smiles after painting the backdrop for Afropollo 2013’s photo booth.
Northwestern cleans up real nice for University Career Service’s LinkedIn Photo Booth. Don’t worry, students can still wear pajamas to class.
We’ll be here from 2-5pm!
Free hot cider!
Eesha Zaheer (NU ‘14) took this PurplePride photo with Selena Gomez at the singer’s recent concert in Chicago.
The Holiday Train runs on the Purple Line December 18th & 20th. Mark your calendars.
Photos via Flickr
It snowed this week on campus. It’s amazing to think this is what’s falling from the sky.
Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov captures the intricacies of real snowflakes.
NUMB’s 49 seniors sing our alma mater during halftime for the last time at Ryan Field.
Thanks for everything, NUMB Class of 2014!!
David Harris (NU ‘14) went to Beijing to Study Abroad, stayed through the Summer interning with the American Embassy, and recently returned through the State Department’s Critical Language Scholarship Program. Along the way he found time to star in the current season of Xing Guang Da Dao — China’s American Idol. Read his story here.
(By the way, he still has to take final exams after Thanksgiving like everybody else).
Ditty Bhandari created this playlist tribute to Hinman Dining Hall in the latest edition of The Current.