Medill School Of Journalism

James Foley on assignment in Aleppo, Syria. (Credit:  Nicole Tung)

Northwestern To Hold Memorial For Slain Journalist James Foley

Foley earned a master’s degree from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism in 2008. He was in Syria in 2012 when he was captured by militants. He was killed in August by members of the Islamic State terrorist group.

11/14/2014

Northwestern University graduate Kit Fox took this picture of a classmate's diploma, with a misspelling in the name of the Medill journalism school. (Credit: Twitter/@kitfoxnews)

Medill F? Northwestern Journalism Diplomas Misspelled

What does nearly $170,000 in tuition for four years of college get Northwestern University graduates? For honors students in the Medill journalism school, it apparently doesn’t get them a proofreader for their diplomas.

06/23/2014

Pat Fitzgerald

NU’s Fitzgerald On Racism Accusations: ‘If I Could, I’d Sue’

Pat Fitzgerald was on vacation with his family when he received an e-mail from Northwestern director of football operations Cody Cejda.

CBS Chicago–02/23/2012

Reporter James Foley has been covering rebel efforts in Libya. (Global-Post)

NU Campus Celebrates Release Of Journalism Grad

Students and faculty on the campus of Northwestern are breathing a sigh of relief today after one of its journalism graduates was released from Libyan custody after more than 42 days of captivity.

WBBM Newsradio–05/18/2011

Members of the Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak Republican Guard deploy outside the national television building in Cairo. (KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/Getty Images)

Former Medill Student On Front Lines In Egypt

A student at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University is finding herself right in the middle of the uprising in Egypt.

CBS Chicago–01/31/2011