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Rapid Reaction: Northwestern defeats Illinois 24-14

Bobby Pillote, Gameday Editor

November 28, 2015

Filed under Football, Gameday, Games, Latest Stories, Sports

Football What went right It wasn’t always pretty, but Northwestern prevailed over Illinois on Saturday, winning 24-14. The Wildcats have 10 wins for the fourth time in program history. A passing offense that has looked...

Q&A with Ashley Falcon of CaribNation’s Caribfest

Allison Lasher

May 22, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

Can't wait until Dillo Day for your music fix? CaribNation's got you covered. Northwestern's weekend of music kicks off on Friday with CaribFest, an annual event featuring local groups including the New Dynamics, Hydroreggae and...

This Week We’re Obsessed With…’Grey’s Anatomy’

Britta Hanson

May 21, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

What if Derek dies? This was the one, all-important question on my mind last week. In class, at meals, in bed, this question popped up out of the blue and sent me into a panic. Four years after I stopped following "Grey's An...

That’s My Jam With The Renaissance Singers

Simone Alicea

May 21, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

If retro is in, then the seven freshmen who make up The Renaissance Singers of Northwestern University are as in as it gets. With a concert on Thursday at the Alice Millar Chapel, the group of voice majors will show off some to...

Behind the music: Dillo Day student opener The Earth is a Man

Simone Alicea

May 15, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

If you Google "The Earth is a Man" you might get the name of a 1940s surrealist painting. Or you might get the name of a Dillo Day act. "We have completely surpassed the painting in search engine optimization," Bienen senior and guitaris...

Q&A: Marooned on the Subway with Mariam Gomaa

Alyssa Clough

May 14, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

People watching. It's fun, entertaining and yet very inconclusive. Ever wonder what it would be like to actually talk to the people you observe and hear their life stories? Sophomore Mariam Gomaa, former daily contributing photographer, does just ...

That’s My Jam with NSTV

Avi Small

May 14, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

Northwestern Sketch Television (or NSTV for short) is Northwestern's premiere sketch comedy group. NSTV produces student-written, acted and edited sketch comedy each year, culminating in a final SNL-style video show of the sketches create...

This Week We’re Obsessed with…The Cast of The Avengers

Aliza Weinberger

May 14, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

For the past week, nearly every conversation I've had has been related to The Avengers. After wading through a rainstorm to see the midnight premiere and then going back again this past weekend for an encore viewing, it's sa...

That’s my jam Zach Hyman

simone alicea

May 9, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

Don't be alarmed if you hear booms and loud music coming from McCormick Auditorium this weekend. Boomshaka, Northwestern's percussion and dance group, will be performing its annual spring show. The Current got to sit down with Weinber...

Supersonic Ensemble Brings Video Game Music From Console to Stage

Sammy Caiola

May 9, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

When Sam Barker plays video games, he isn't just goofing around - he's listening for potential masterpieces. Barker, a Weinberg sophomore, is launching Northwestern University's first video game-themed music ensemble, an endeavor...

This Week We’re Obsessed With…”Say Yes to the Dress”

Avi Small

May 8, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

In the name of journalism, I'm prepared to reveal an incredibly embarrassing (and emasculating) secret: this past weekend, I watched 15 episodes of the delightful TLC series "Say Yes To The Dress," and I'm obsessed. Yeah, I ...

This Week We’re Obsessed with…Block Cinema

Britta Hanson

May 1, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games, Opinion

Most Northwestern kids have never visited the Block Museum of Art; some don't even know where it is. This is unfortunate, especially for cinephiles: the Museum's even lesser known Block Cinema program has something for ever...