Monthly Archive: November, 2015

Afropollo 2015 Promotional Videos

A 3-part series of promotional videos leading up to Afropollo, NU’s largest talent show with this year’s theme being: A Classic (Wo)man in an African Wondaland. Afropollo: Classic (Wo)man Advertisements

Living in Color Artist Showcase

November 13 was an afternoon of live performance and visual art hosted by ISNU-IIRON Student Network of Northwestern. The event promoted “art as a catalyst to discuss social justice issues and understand our role… Continue reading

NU Divest covers Campus Life awards to demonstrate persecution of Palestinians by Israel

“Victims of Your Complicity” covered the usual display of Campus Life awards in Norris University Center on November 6. NU Divest also posted printouts with information on victims who have been persecuted by the state of Israel… Continue reading

Check the Rhyme

Quinn Cunningham’s Funk Trunk Records store hosted the Check the Rhyme DJ and hip hop and rap event at the Red Line Tap on Saturday, November 7.

We Shocked the Sheriff

A number of organizations and allies banded together on Saturday, October 24 to interrupt the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in Chicago. They marched down South Halsted to protest “criminalization, police… Continue reading

Moments in Millennium Park

Statewide Arts Conference in Evanston

Norris University Center welcomed around 100 guests for the opening reception of the Arts Conference- hosted by Arts Alliance Illinois and the Illinois Arts Council Agency- on September 28 to celebrate the arts. The… Continue reading

Houndin’ Around

When we had both our pups, Lucy (13 y/o) and Friday (2 y/o) they were nothing but energy. Though Lucy was physically limited by age, she never let that stop her urge to run, chase, jump and bark- of course following behind Friday.

Send Silence Packing Display on Deering Meadow

Active Minds, a national non-profit organization, visited Northwestern University on September 28 to display their exhibit consisting of 1,100 backpacks, each representing the loss lives of students by suicide each year. The exhibit is… Continue reading