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Communication faculty, alumna to be featured at Chicago International Film Festival

Ally Mauch, Assistant Campus Editor

September 26, 2017

Filed under Alumni, Campus, Faculty

Four School of Communication films will be featured at the 53rd annual Chicago International Film Festival next month, according to a Tuesday news release. The film festival will feature work by Communication Profs. Kyle Henry...

Q&A with Dogspotting Snapchat manager Sofia Kuta

Rachel Holtzman, Reporter

May 24, 2017

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Students

In between classes and bites of breakfast, Communication junior Sofia Kuta runs the Dogspotting Snapchat account. Dogspotting is a public Facebook group where more than 586,000 members can post photos of dogs they see. The Daily...

‘Crime and Punishment’ reinvents classic novel into fast-paced psychodrama

Rachel Holtzman, Reporter

March 1, 2017

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Literature, Theater

Three actors will perform the classic novel "Crime and Punishment" as a fast-paced psychological drama that explores the implications of murder, the justice system and the need for redemption. The play, directed by second-year...

Reed: Lack of dual-degree program inhibits Medill, School of Communication students

Chase Reed, Op-Ed Contributor

January 17, 2017

Filed under Contributors, Opinion

For all intents and purposes, my first all-nighter at Northwestern was a total waste of time. Fueled by a potent mix of restlessness, anxiety and Pringles, I typed furiously away at my keyboard as the clock struck 2 in the...

Cooper: Craig Sager should be honored with Northwestern award in his name

Danny Cooper, Columnist

January 10, 2017

Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

Craig Sager, the Northwestern alumnus who strutted the sidelines for 40 years and reported on some of the biggest events in sporting history, had a personality as loud as the garish suits for which he was known. Even after he...