Stories by Shreyas Iyer
NBN Sports breaks down what to watch for on offense and defense under the lights on Saturday night.
NBN Sports looks at key matchups and players to prepare you for kickoff.
This is a unique opener for Northwestern on Thursday night in West Lafayette. It’s the first opener against a Big ...
“It is important to take off blinders regarding misrule, misgovernance, corruption, and denial of democratic rights,” Joseph said. “[We must] Grapple with [democracy] frankly. It is important to challenge the university community to engage with many countries in Africa in which this global wave of authoritarianism is being resisted.”
Politics in Illinois should not come with a price tag attached, for the good of both voters and politicians.
The ‘Cats will enter an uncertain offseason, with departures weighing heavily on a program that dramatically improved from last season.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Georgia Ian Kelly and current Georgian Ambassador to the United States David Bakradze discussed Georgian-American relations regarding Russia at this year's Barry Farrell Lecture.
There are slugfests, and then there are games that you blink twice before you realize that this is indeed a baseball game – and not football, despite what the score might suggest.
Green, along with her partner and fellow ASU professor Robin Phillips discussed the journey toward marriage equality through the lens of Green’s parents and then their own relationship at a discussion Wednesday night.
”The elites are getting policy, and the mass of the Republican Party is getting outrage.”
Men’s tennis finished a relatively disappointing year with two losses in their weekend doubleheader against No. 35 Minnesota (14-7, 7-3 Big Ten) on Friday and Wisconsin (13-11, 5-6 Big Ten) on Sunday
Litman, along with New York Times political correspondent Jonathan Martin, looked back at the post-election period and at the state of the Democratic Party in the lead up to the 2018 midterm elections in a discussion hosted by the Contemporary Thought Speakers Series (CTSS) Thursday.
Former Illinois gubernatorial candidate Daniel Biss elaborated on the moral motivations for his election to office over coffee with students.
After a couple of impressive victories against Michigan State and Purdue, Northwestern Men’s Tennis suffered a pair of crushing defeats against No. 43 Penn State and Big Ten frontrunner No. 3 Ohio State this past week.
A third violation would result in the candidates' removal from the ballot.
“The biggest thing for me, at the core of it, is to make sure ASG is an approachable space.”
Northwestern has done a phenomenal job so far integrating their first-years and finding their offensive rhythm.
Northwestern ended the year in all-too-familiar fashion: by giving up 13 unanswered points with five minutes left.
Three speakers explored complications of the Vietnam War and PBS's "The Vietnam War" documentary at a discussion panel on Tuesday.
Northwestern Men’s Tennis (4-8) is entering a two-week hiatus prior to conference play on a low note, reeling after two consecutive 3-4 losses to Vanderbilt (9-2) and Harvard (12-2) during its third weekend double-header in a row
"This February bore witness to an astonishing level of ignorant political discourse concerning African Americans, especially with regards to sports."
"When basketball was taken away, I was just a Muslim. ... Basketball was my test of faith."
The Wildcats dropped a tough contest to Louisville (8-3) before steamrolling IUPUI (4-6) for another weekend split.
In many ways, a non-conference schedule is a time to be challenged and identify weaknesses. This weekend was a wake-up call for Northwestern Men’s Tennis.
Northwestern (2-2) left the Intercollegiate Tennis Association kickoff event this past weekend on a high note after splitting their first matches against Oklahoma and Georgia Tech.
They say all’s fair in love and war, but what happens when the U.S. government is at war with itself, and a shutdown ensues?
"Merit-based immigration would benefit the U.S. by incorporating a greater emphasis on newcomers’ skills rather than improving diversity."
Northwestern dropped the opening match of its non-conference slate to North Carolina State after a hard-fought loss.
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"Pressure from the youth will push the party in the new direction, even though the same people will be in place."
It's been a tough year for NU men's soccer.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the former CEO of Exxon Mobil Corp., has been irrelevant to the point of ineffectiveness.
The team decided to link arms after talks between the coaching staff and players regarding unity and a proper way for the players to peacefully protest.