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Director of Recreation Dan Bulfin retires after 41 years at NU

Director of Recreation Dan Bulfin retires after 41 years at NU

Zoe Malin, Reporter

May 31, 2019


Filed under Campus, Faculty, Latest Stories

Dan Bulfin’s office is tucked away on the first floor of the Henry Crown Sports Pavilion. The area is quiet in contrast with the rest of the lively facility, and his office is surrounded by those of other faculty members. But Bulfin, Northwestern’s director of recreation, said he loves interacting...

The Weekly: The lack of diversity among NCAA coaches

The Weekly: The lack of diversity among NCAA coaches

Cassidy Jackson, Audio Editor

May 30, 2019


Filed under Audio, Instagram Posts, Latest Stories, The Weekly

CASSIDY JACKSON: From The Daily Northwestern, I’m Cassidy Jackson. Welcome to The Weekly. In this podcast, we’ll fill you in on the latest news and give you a deeper look at web editor Andrew Golden’s investigative article looking at the lack of diversity among NCAA coaches. JACKSON: Here’s what you need to k...

Dolphin Show draws criticism for handling of director resignation

Dolphin Show draws criticism for handling of director resignation

Crystal Wall, A&E Editor

May 30, 2019


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Latest Stories, Theater

A&E On Tuesday, The Dolphin Show, the largest student-produced musical in the country, came under fire over its handling of the resignation of Communication junior Tucker DeGregory as director, which was rooted in the group’s institutional issues and differing opinions on the type...

Multicultural Filmmakers Collective hosts ‘Sorry to Bother You’ director Boots Riley

Multicultural Filmmakers Collective hosts ‘Sorry to Bother You’ director Boots Riley

Wilson Chapman, Reporter

May 30, 2019


Filed under Campus, Events, Latest Stories

When Boots Riley was trying to raise money for his debut feature film “Sorry to Bother You,” he would start off by describing an experimental horror musical film about actor Sidney Poitier secretly moonlighting as a serial killer. When the investors and producers were weirded out by this pitch, he...

In Focus: Parents of students with disabilities say Evanston schools are failing to support their children

In Focus: Parents of students with disabilities say Evanston schools are failing to support their children

Julia Esparza and Kristina Karisch

May 30, 2019


Filed under City, In Focus, Latest Stories, Top City Stories, Top Stories

In January, Tandria Collins got a call from her daughter, an eighth-grader at Haven Middle School. She was hiding in a school bathroom after girls approached her wanting to fight. Her daughter Chayce had her hood pulled over her hair so “no one would try to pull it if they fought” as she cried to...