Stories by Audrey Valbuena
From #MeToo to Fiona the Hippo to Cardi B, 2017 is a year we certainly won't forget.
In King's view, we assume mankind improves as time passes, but this assumption is far from the truth.
Maybe your phone is dying super fast or every time you type “I” it’s replaced by a strange question mark character.
There’s no place like home. But what if that home is the White House, and those who live in it hate you?
Venezuela is not just a place mentioned in the news – it’s a home to many, including a number of students.
“Coming to America, it’s very much Black or white ... and then you get into the complexities of how you interpret what is happening to you because of your race.”
Twitter is exploding and NASA is crashing, but it’s all good things?
This story was taken down as Arts Alliance's Garden Party show was canceled due to legal concerns.
Google Docs has fallen prey to yet another phishing scam.
Go on a virtual Chicago Tour de Brunch with two writers and get inspired for your next Insta-worthy outing.
In photos: Earth week.
"Leave it to scientists to turn a ton of craziness into a positive display of logic and camaraderie."
On Thursday night, Northwestern’s Global Engagement Summit brought futurist, civil rights activist and educator DeRay Mckesson to the stage as their keynote speaker.
FAFSA, an actual Twitter war and more, all this week in science news.
China now leads the world in solar energy production, an anonymous hacker took down a fifth of the dark web and more, all this week in science news.
A quick guide to staying fit throughout your daily grind, in the comfort of your own dorm.
The newest addition to the Knight Lab, the Device Lab carries everything from the newest iPhones to the latest virtual reality technology.
In 2016, we saw “the hottest year ever recorded,” and in 2017, we may see a total shift in environmental efforts ... or none at all.
President-elect Donald Trump wants to move iPhone production to the U.S. What would that mean for Apple and your smartphone future?
"While the ever-present availability of basement booze may appeal to the average college kid, occasionally, we need a semblance of something a bit more adult. The solution: apartment party, cocktail edition."
A new form of effective male birth control is deemed to have too many side effects, prompting some criticism from women who face similar contraceptive side effects.
Big victories in the battle against HIV and Zika, Trump's effect on tech and a climate change tipping point
NBN talked to two unlikely Trump voters on why they broke the mold.