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Q&A: Former linebacker Warren Long talks musical releases, time at Northwestern

Q&A: Former linebacker Warren Long talks musical releases, time at Northwestern

Vy Duong, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor

May 30, 2019


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Latest Stories

A&E After putting his football career behind him, Northwestern alumnus Warren Long (Communication ’17) — also known by his stage name Larrenwong — now funnels all his energy into pursuing his passion for music. The linebacker, who spent time on NFL rosters and played in the Canadian Footbal...

Mayfit brings runway looks to the Dillo dancefloor

Mayfit brings runway looks to the Dillo dancefloor

Evan Robinson-Johnson, Photo Editor

May 30, 2019


Filed under Campus, Latest Stories

The shimmering purple sequins and oversized ruffles could be seen shining from across Norris East Lawn. There, amidst pleather skirts and distressed jean jackets sat a Dr. Seuss-like creation waiting to complete a neon, retro-themed Dillo outfit — thanks to Wednesday’s pop-up Mayfit festival, students...

Chicago filmmaker speaks at NU AfroFuturism Film Fest

Chicago filmmaker speaks at NU AfroFuturism Film Fest

Janea Wilson, Reporter

May 30, 2019


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Latest Stories, Television and Film

A&E Through a futuristic universe of vibranium and superheroes, “Black Panther” took the world by storm in 2018 and introduced millions to the genre of afrofuturism. Last night, Living in Color and the Black Arts Initiative brought that world to Northwestern through the first AfroFuturism Fil...

Curtain Call: In striving for perfection, Ryan Lumsden first had to find patience

Curtain Call: In striving for perfection, Ryan Lumsden first had to find patience

Troy Closson, In Focus Editor

May 30, 2019


Filed under Golf, Latest Stories, Sports

When Ryan Lumsden reminisces on his four years at Northwestern, one nine-letter word seems locked into his vocabulary. Coming within one stroke of winning the individual Big Ten title during his sophomore campaign? Lumsden recalls the weekend’s “emotional” moments. Months prior when he won his...

MSA announces temporary Black House location

MSA announces temporary Black House location

Gabby Birenbaum, Campus Editor

May 30, 2019


Filed under Campus, Facilities, Latest Stories, Top Stories

A small residence hall at 1856 Orrington Ave. will serve as the temporary location of the Black House while the current building is being renovated during the 2019-20 school year, the Multicultural Student Affairs office announced Wednesday.