Backpacking Trip 2 (Arynn Maznio)

NW women head north for fall break

As fall break approaches, students will have a chance to take a break from their busy schedules. Some will get to do this in the great outdoors. A group of women going on a backpacking trip to Grand Marais, Minn located in northern Minnesota along Lake Superior. The trip is being led by the Coldwater more »

stage

Stage Presence: Behind the scenes with the Black V

        Shelby Maznio caught up with Northwestern’s Black V improv group. Click on the photos below to view the photos and interviews.  

Emily Wallace

Student published on BuzzFeed, Huffington Post

Many people enjoy spending their free time scrolling through articles on sites such as BuzzFeed or the Huffington Post, but few can claim to have written articles for such well known websites. However, for one Northwestern student, being published isn’t quite so rare. Student Emily Wallace has had articles published on both BuzzFeed and the more »

PHOTO BY EMILEE BERRY Megan Cole, Jessica Rayela and Mindy Holthaus are a few of the students to place their perspective on the wall of Scorza’s show.

Scorza displays spiritual selfies

In a word or phrase, how do you describe your relationship with God? Vague? Steadfast? Nonexistent? How about out of focus? A week ago Friday, Northwestern’s Te Paske Gallery was filled for the opening of photography professor Phil Scorza’s show, “selfie.” The show is comprised of three main exhibits. The opening reception was a hit, more »

Arts & Culture

‘Guardians’ blast out of this world

In another magnificent Marvel production brought to us by writer James Gunn, “Guardians of the Galaxy” gives us a similar plot to “The Avengers”; this movie, however, is more than action and iconic characters. This quirky film gives us constant comedy, a great sound track full of 70’s rock and pop music and some surprisingly more »

Features

Remembering John Holley

Remembering John Holley

Sodexo employee John Holley passed away on Sept. 24. Holley came to Northwestern three years ago from Indian Hills Community College Culinary Arts Program, after being recruited by his former teacher, Head Chef Benjamin Whitmore. Holley had a history of seizures, and suffered a fatal one last week. Holley began working at NW in the more »

News

RED101 pulls students to NW

Whether one is researching thousands of colleges, or narrowing down the list for possible visits of deciding on “the one,” the college search is quite the whirlwind. Northwestern hosts RED101 throughout the year to give potential students a personal look at the various opportunities that NW has to offer. RED101 allows prospective students to experience more »

Opinion

Don’t put us in boxes

As I began my freshman year of college, I was hit with the harsh reminder of the stereotype that has pursued me throughout every stage in life: pastor’s daughter. These two simple words can drastically change the way people view me. Why does this title have so many connotations with it? Pastor’s daughter — such more »

Sports

Men’s soccer puts on offensive showcase

The Northwestern men’s soccer team prevailed with a 7-1 win over visiting Mount Marty on Tuesday, Oct. 7. NW now stands at a 9-3-1 record with five conference games remaining. In a display of offensive fireworks, four different Raiders scored a goal, and two scored two each. Junior forward Koray Karakas quickly got NW on more »