When not hunting down sources or typing away on their laptops, cherubs explored the Northwestern campus and downtown Evanston.
Instructor groups coordinate colors to compete in a water ballon toss, frozen T-shirt contest and more games.
Take a tour around the world by exploring the hometowns of each of our 84 cherubs.
Tennis, anyone? Students lobbed balls, swam in an Olympic-size pool and shot hoops during an evening at the athletic center.
Listen to how cherubs navigated living in single rooms –– pros, cons and surprises.
From hugs to slang, cherubs share a piece of their unique culture with each other.
Students to stay connected beyond the four-week confine.
Snack attack: Journalists share pizza, fries, chicken wings and even pad thai.
During their four-week journalism journey, cherubs never stopped believin’ in the power of music. After a long day of reporting and writing, clicking “play” could be the sweetest thing.
East Fairchild, the journalism cherubs dorm, is steps away from Medill’s Fisk Hall and McCormick Foundations Center. It’s the center of students’ nocturnal social life.
Cherubs share advice on the essentials (and non-essentials) of packing for four weeks.
After long days of lectures and writing, the cherubs spend the last minutes before curfew in front of Lake Michigan.
While there is not always a free laundry machine, you can run them for free.
Evanston pyrotechs over Lake Michigan give a fiery finish to a full day of reporting.
The East versus West basketball game returned this year, allowing students to exercise and make memories on and off the court.
Listen to three cherubs talk about where they go to unwind and have fun.
Shea Edwards, Brandon Kopp and Aubrey Warmke discuss the challenges of doing laundry in the basement of Communications Residential College.
The three CAAs Juliet Allan, Nicole Markus and Cole Reynolds share their favorite on-campus memories that took place outside of the dorms and Fisk Hall.
Gathering for celebrations, games and laughter, cherubs bond through late-night activities.