Stories by David Deloso
From the honey-like harmonies of Kehlani to the epic final installment of the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy, or if you don't want to leave your couch, NBN's got your spring break entertainment covered.
Bienen and Weinberg junior Zoe Morfas studied the electronic music scene in Berlin, Germany for her summer research project, “EDM: From Production to Performance.”
Be who you wanna be. As long as you're not hurting anyone, why not. If you're a little more American, if you're a little more Asian. If you like to drink hot water, if you like to drink cold water, just do what you want.
The Chinese Year of the Pig, which began Feb. 5, served as the show’s theme.
It's as a source of locally sourced ingredients for your own recipes cooked in the comfort of your dorm kitchen.
At 7:30 p.m. Friday, the cast randomly picked Twelfth Night to perform, and by the same time Saturday, the show was fully cast, rehearsed and staged.
We'd like to start with a PSA that it is Lunar New Year, not Chinese New Year. Because Lunar New Year is celebrated by many other Asian countries that are not China.
Topics covered in Davidson’s set included mental disability, R. Kelly and social media. Davidson never shied away from making offensive jokes throughout the night, often explicitly referencing sex and drugs.
From language barriers to meme pages, Hannah, Sophia and David take a closer look at what makes the Asian American experience unique.
Both performers were loud and energetic, and the crowd especially came to life when Jepsen sang some of her more popular songs like "Call Me Maybe" and "I Really Like You."
Northwestern University's Knight Lab hosted its first open house showcasing virtual reality technology Nov. 1
While both rappers employ melodic flows and a heavy use of autotune in their individual discographies, their styles have been distinct enough to make this collaboration sound good on paper. Unfortunately, the pairing simply doesn’t work
From May 25 to June 23, Kanye’s label G.O.O.D. Music dropped one album every week, each exclusively containing beats produced by Mr. West himself from his studio in Wyoming.