BERKELEY, Calif. | The starting quarterback went down with a concussion on the first drive. The defense was gassed after being on the field for 99 plays.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. | The stuffed monkey spent the last year in storage, out of sight but still in everyone's mind.
The turnaround at Minnesota has passed a significant milestone. The Gophers are going to a bowl game.
Indiana gets it now.
No. 16 Michigan State 80, No. 13 Indiana 65
Light Opera Works welcomes 2012 with a production of "The Secret Garden," directed and choreographed by Stacey Flaster at Northwestern University's Cahn Auditorium running through Sunday, Jan. 1.
EVANSTON, Ill. | John Shurna scored 32 points, including a school-record tying nine 3-pointers, as Northwestern defeated Eastern Illinois 87-72 Sunday night.
Remember the three-way title that capped the 2010 Big Ten football season?
CALUMET TWP. | For some Calumet High School students, a presentation from representatives of the Center on Wrongful Convictions, Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, brought their project-based assignment on DNA to life.
Penny Beerntsen, a speaker/advocate on criminal justice issues, tells how she had a hand in a wrongful conviction. Behind her is a mug shot of Steven Avery, the man who was wrongly convicted and later exonerated thanks to the Wisconsin Innocence Project. Beerntsen was speaking to sophomores …
From left, Kayla Brooks and Amanda Bratton, sophomores at Calumet High School, talk with Catherine Schur, a student at Northwestern University School of Law, after Schur gave a presentation about DNA and wrongful convictions to sophomores at the school.
Sophomore Haley Johnson listens to a presentation on wrongful convictions given by Northwestern University School of Law as part of her biohealth course at Calumet High.
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio | Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert refused to comment Tuesday on reports he has offered a job to Michigan State's Tom Izzo and says superstar free agent LeBron James will not be consulted during the team's search for a new coach.
Northwestern University's Rubloff Building on the downtown Chicago campus is no longer in lockdown after a man with a gun was spotted there, according to the school's Web site.
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