Summer 2012

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In Your Face

Rahm Emanuel marks one year as Chicago's mayor

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Swing Time

Luke Donald's go-to guy is Wildcat golf coach Pat Goss.

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All-Star Seniors

Our annual salute to some stellar students.

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Art on Our Block

Block exhibit highlights prints, drawings, photographs.

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Campus Life

Then: Gold at the ‘Austerity Games'

William Porter hurdled to victory at the 1948 Olympics.

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Bring Your Posse

Partnership to bring scholars from urban high schools.

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The Doors to Knowledge

Deering Library main entrance to reopen in the fall.

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Collections: Revealing Ravel

Music Library brings "new" Ravel work to life.

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Ty’s To-Do List

Northwestern friends prepare tribute to Tyler Lorenzi.

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The Face of Hope

Bioengineered innovation might heal wounded warriors.

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Robotic Rehabilitation

Machines help stroke victims regain functionality.

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Father Knows Best

Tough love taught Shannon Smith perseverance.

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Patience at the Plate

Adrienne Monka racks up record number of free passes.

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Blog Central

Bloggers offer info and opinions on Wildcat athletics.

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Alumni Life

Honoring Outstanding Alumni

The 2012 Northwestern Alumni Association Awards.

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All Roads Lead to Northwestern

Reunion co-chairs share common devotion.

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Rufus Reid: The Evolving Bassist

Jazz bassist comes home to Northwestern.

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Michael Stanton: Remembering Danny

Father launches foundation to prevent seizure deaths.

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Michelle Edgar: Music Unites

Program gives teens behind-the-scenes look at music biz.

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Alumni Updates

Daring doctor honored, Chicago theater star does Disney.

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Remembering Duke Ellington singer and Rose Bowl MVP.

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Purple Prose

Jerry, We Hardly Knew Ye

Media law expert revisits Seinfeld in a mad marathon.

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Northwestern professors refute climate change denier.

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