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Margaret Atwood at Northwestern

Tonight, Northwestern hosted author Margaret Atwood for this year’s One Book One Northwestern keynote event. She sat down with Helen Thompson  to discuss The Handmaid’s Tale in Pick-Staiger Auditorium, and our team supported the event with an overflow stream to the Block Museum of Art. Addressing a packed auditorium, they talked about humor in bleak times, neologisms, and the influence of dictatorships on language.

Polarization in Politics

As part of a series we produced to highlight faculty and research in the Department of Economics, we created this short...
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Google Summit Chicago 2018

Hosted at Navy Pier, the Google Cloud Summit offered a great opportunity to catch up, connect, and learn about the new...
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Engineering, Coding and Musical Instruments

Digital music is not a subject you would typically learn about in an engineering class. However, McCormick School of Engineering Professor...
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Do Personality Types Actually Exist?

Two months ago, we were approached by Northwestern researchers Luis Amaral, William Revelle and Martin Gerlach to create a video about...
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The Online Master of Science in Law Officially Launches!

  The Pritzker School of Law officially began its fully online Master of Science in Law Course on August 27th. Northwestern...
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Do Energy Efficiency Projects Work?

We’ve been working with Data Science Initiative to create an ongoing series that highlights research at Northwestern. In the most recent...
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Filming at the Technology Support Center

This week the Media & Design Video Production team collaborated with Technology Support Services to make a film about the people...
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Farewell to Riham!

For the past three weeks, our Media & Design team has been privileged to host one of six Palestinian undergraduate students...
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TEDx Northwestern U Videos Launch

We are excited to announce the launch of Northwestern’s 2018 TEDx videos. Working alongside the team at TEDx Northwestern U, we...
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