Stories by Camille Williams
Northwestern University’s Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center production of Guys and Dolls turns the quintessential musical comedy on its head for a modern twist.
The theme for this year’s SASA Show was “Dosti,” or “Friends.”
The show, set in 1896, tells the story of how socialite-turned-matchmaker Dolly Levi whisks the wealthy bachelor Horace Vandergelder and a gaggle of other characters from the small town of Yonkers to the lively New York City to find love.
Whatever your preconceived notions about student-run dance showcases are, cast them aside, because Graffoniks Take 5, the fifth collaboration between contemporary dance company Graffiti Dancers and Northwestern’s only tap group, Tonik Tap, will blow you away.
Earthquake Chica is a romantic comedy woven with fundamental questions about love and identity.
On Nov. 16, Afropollo united members and friends of Northwestern’s African community under one roof to experience a bit of African culture.
Nagasu, 25, became a household name at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics when she became the first American woman to land the triple axel at the Olympics.
"Salads, lesbians, space, what more could you want?"
At the Dittmar Memorial Gallery in Norris this Fall Quarter, visitors enjoyed a worthy break by glimpsing into an artist's soul at Elisa R. Boughner's "Implication of Color" exhibit.