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The Sesquicentennial book author reflects on Northwestern's rich history.

The Wildcats clawed their way to a three-way tie for the Big Ten championship.

Despite the loss to Nebraska, alumni had a blast in Texas.

The Sesquicentennial kickoff had something for everyone.

Cherished traditions and wacky events have enriched student life for 150 years.

The University has expanded building by building on two campuses.

Here's a look at 50 folks who helped guide Northwestern University.

Beginning with a classical studies program in 1855, Northwestern has grown into an outstanding university.

The athletic teams have had their ups and downs, but Wildcat loyalty has never faltered.

Perpetual scholarships have provided an enduring legacy to a precious few.

Alumnus and former dean considers his fulfilling life at the university by the lake.


[The First 150 Years] [A Season of Upsets] [Remember the Alamo!] [Celebrate!]
[All Thy Sons & Daughters] [Brick by Brick] [Charting the Way]
[It's Academic] [The Power of Purple] [A Gift from the Past]
[Purple Prose]