Campus

Residential Life

Speaking in tongues

Of the 84 cherubs, 19 identified themselves as bilingual, and many speak English as a second language.

Instructor groups become a second family

Group and one-on-one meetings serve as a form of personalized teaching

Anatomy of a cherub backpack

When in class or around Evanston, don’t forget these essentials

Play: Cherub Simulator 2015

Experience a day in the life of a Medill-Northwestern cherub

The sounds of dorm life

Shhh! What’s that? Sounds like cherubs to me.

Sports hybrids become cherub dorm games

There’s skill, luck and freshness in these newly created matches

When Hinman isn’t enough

Late-night strategies mean no one goes to bed hungry.

Come on in, take a look around the cherub dorm

Video tour and floor plans show you what things really look like.

Shut up and (write) with me

Take a tour of East Fairchild as cherubs riff on this year’s Show Off theme

If cherub shoes could talk

The right shoes help journalists put their best feet forward.

Journalism nerds have musical talent, too

Dozens of students brought their entertainment with them.

Video how-tos to help you survive cherub life

Because journalists would rather show than tell

Cherubs (attempt to) do laundry

Cherubs came to campus with varying laundry skills

The ultimate cherub playlist

Cherubs pick their songs of the summer

Exploring Campus

The scary, somewhat misunderstood Spit List

You’ll have to wake up early on Sunday, but you won’t have a record

Hinman Hacks: 7 ways to enhance dining hall food

Perk up that dinner with some creative thinking

Keeping a healthy body and a healthy mind

Cherubs take advantage of NU’s campus to stay fit

Cherubs find favorite study spots

Cherubs look for the ideal spot to get their assignments done

Cherubs lounge by the lake

During free time, cherubs enjoy spending time by Lake Michigan

The big question: where to eat?

Cherubs chose between eating in the dining hall or splurging on food in downtown Evanston