Stories by Victoria Alfred-Levow
"I have exactly the life that I wanted to have. I didn't set out to be a teacher. I didn't set out to be a teacher-actor. It just happened, and it's the perfect life."
“This moment is special because it is the culmination of all the grit that more than 1,000 of you have contributed to this organization and this cause.”
This marks the second baseball-related appearance of the day, after former Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood in Block 7.
"As we are a fundraising organization, [finance chairs] sort of have hands in everyone’s activities.”
Truly a Blockbuster. Here are five things you need to know about Ron Swanson - um, Nick Offerman.
Here are five must-know Purple Pride facts about Stephen Tyrone Colbert.
It’s 30 hours. 1,800 minutes. 108,000 precious seconds.
“Ask me again in Block 9, but right now … sex.”
Here are five things you should know about the voice behind “Brand New” and “Something Like This.”
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Williams spoke about everything from interracial relationships to her Hogwarts house.
“Not only is her resume extremely impressive, but as an African American woman thriving in entertainment, she has a lot to say regarding her experience in the industry.”
23-year-old rapper Lil Uzi Vert headlines and pop singer-songwriter MØ opens A&O Productions' show at the Riviera Theater on Oct. 13.
One of the best things about summer is that you can put down your textbooks and pick up something you actually want to read.
"La La Land" producer Jordan Horowitz spoke at NU.
Laugh at a comedy night on Monday, chill on the lakefill with The Bix musical comedians on Thursday, and throw some (choreographed) punches and kicks with Stage Combat Collective on Friday.
Studio 22 announced that La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz (Comm ’02) will speak on campus after a screening of the film.
“This is not … drama therapy, but it's just representing art, and the natural therapeutic elements of art are what come through to the kids.”
Local Uber and Lyft drivers have to deal with Wildcats all the time. So what do they really think of us?
Go Dog Go! opened last weekend, and NBN sat down with the assistant director for the doggone truth about it.
From creative storytelling and A&O Ball to musical events, theatre productions and more, there's something for everyone this week in entertainment.
Faculty and students discuss financial issues low-income students face on campus at community dialogue.
In this “Inspired By Sound,” a writer used Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" as the muse for their story.
"Between sleeping and studying. Nobody cares; On the road where ‘keep moving’ is more common than stares"
Classes are starting to set in – why not distract yourself with some Northwestern entertainment?
To procrastinate for that sociology paper, here are the next few weeks in Northwestern entertainment.
After 10 blocks, the results are in – the dancers want sex, and they want it now.
“Good luck dancing for 30 hours! Get ready to bust a move."
Eight extremely adorable puppies, sponsored by Community Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.), made an appearance at Norris during Block 6.
NBN sat down with Dance Marathon's Finance co-chairs Nate Korn and Kalli Koukounas during Block 6.
Apparently, 18th-century nuns swiping through Facebook in the basement of Cahn isn’t as weird as it seems.
"This show created something transcendent and courageous from the most human quality there is: honesty."
"Our bad habits are The things we can justify to ourselves, The things that block out other things"
This risqué show boasts a multifaceted comedic cast and stars a Northwestern alumnus.
NBN sat down with four NU couples who found love in many places – some conventional, others ... not so much.
The Jewish Theater Ensemble's production of Parade, this past weekend, left audience members wowed.
Coming home from college can sometimes mean feeling like a visitor in your own home.
Avoiding going outside? Snuggle up in bed with some book recommendations from the owner of Bookends & Beginnings.