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One Book selection ‘Whistling Vivaldi’ focuses on issues of race, stereotypes

Annie Bruce, Reporter

April 7, 2014

Filed under Academic, Administration, Campus, Faculty, Latest Stories, Student Entertainment

“Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do” has been selected as the book for the 2014-15 One Book One Northwestern program.  “Whistling Vivaldi,” written by social psychologist Claude Steele, t...

Center for Civic Engagement announces NU in Chicago program

Annie Bruce, Reporter

February 12, 2014

Filed under Academic, Campus

The Center for Civic Engagement will organize free, themed trips to Chicago as part of a new program called NU in Chicago. The trips will take advantage of alumni and Northwestern connections in the city in order to give students...

One Book One Northwestern author talks world hunger, poverty in keynote speech

Annie Bruce, Reporter

February 5, 2014

Filed under Campus, Events, Speakers

More than 100 Northwestern students and community members gathered Wednesday to hear One Book One Northwestern author Roger Thurow discuss the ongoing problem of global hunger in the 21st century. Thurow is the author of “The...

Medill’s Alex Kotlowitz brings home Emmy for ‘The Interrupters’

Amy Whyte, Assistant Campus Editor

October 4, 2013

Filed under Blogs, On Campus

Journalism Prof. Alex Kotlowitz won his first Emmy Award on Tuesday for his documentary "The Interrupters." The documentary, which Kotlowitz co-produced with filmmaker Steve James, won in the Outstanding Informational Programming...