In the classroomGo behind the scenes as students showcase their Medill Sports experience
Mike Greenberg spoke with Medill students about his career and the journalism industry. Joshua Jonah Fischman shares why he was inspired by the conversation.
Medill Sports Media specialization student Ben Friedl talks about advice he learned from hearing Kevin Blackistone.
Darren Zaslau goes behind-the-scenes of how he and his Medill Sports classmates created the Medill Sports Talk debate show.
Steve Shenbaum spoke with students about what makes effective leaders and how they strengthen those around them.
In the second episode of the Medill Sports Talk show, students in the graduate journalism sports media specialization discuss the NFL Playoffs, the Australian Open and the latest news and notes from the NBA. Anchors Jake Riepma Nick Mantas Lauren Rosen Analysts Daniel...
Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr spoke at Medill about social media and the importance of building meaningful relationships as a journalist.
Graduate students in Medill’s Sports Media specialization discuss Eli Manning’s benching, Lonzo Ball’s struggles and the World Cup 2018 draw.
J.A. Adande discusses Jemele Hill’s controversial tweet about President Trump, the White House’s reaction and the point few people are talking about.
Medill graduate journalism students reported live from the NBA Draft in Brooklyn, New York as part of a student-created NBA Draft Preview show.
Candy Lee teaches journalism and integrated marketing communications at Northwestern. She used to be VP of marketing at The Washington Post.
Look back on the highlights and lowlights from the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft in this special Medill Sports NFL Draft broadcast.
Astasia Williams looks back on her journey to Salt Lake City to cover Northwestern basketball’s historic run in the NCAA Tournament.
Astasia Williams looks back on meeting industry leaders in New York City and covering NCAA and NBA basketball during her second quarter at Medill.
Meet Medill faculty member Desiree Hanford, who is the adviser for the student chapter of the Association of Women in Sports Media (AWSM).
Sports journalism graduate student Astasia Williams discusses her favorite memories and assignments from her first quarter at Medill.
Two games commenced at Wrigley Field on Saturday: The Chicago Cubs vs. the Cleveland Indians and street peddlers versus potential customers.
Michael Wilbon met with Medill graduate sports journalism students to talk about his career and how he and the sports media industry have evolved.
Meet adjunct lecturer Melissa Isaacson, who has covered the Olympics, Super Bowls, championship runs by Chicago’s four major sports teams, and more.
Mike Greenberg recently visited campus to talk about his career path and share journalism advice with current Medill graduate students.
The Chicago Cubs captured their first World Series title in 108 years, and Medill students were outside Wrigley Field reporting on the historic moment.
Doug Collins shared stories about life coaching in the NBA, but he also offered five tips that will help students become better journalists.
Little Ricky Wade has long had a passion for the Chicago Cubs, but this season, he turned his love into a viral theme song. Here’s his story.
Former NBA coach and current analyst Doug Collins talked about coaching Michael Jordan and how the game has changed in a conversation with J.A. Adande.
As J.A. Adande prepares to join Medill’s faculty, we look back on some of the key messages he shared with students while serving as Homecoming Grand Marshal.
In honor of Mike Greenberg’s induction into the Medill Hall of Achievement, take a look back at the advice he shared during his 2013 visit to campus.
Joe Musso (MSJ15) was one of more than 20 Medill Sports Media specialization students who were able to cover the 2015 NFL Draft. Musso took some time to look back on the memorable experience.
Rachel Nichols (BSJ95) hosted a lunchtime Q&A session with students, where she talked about her career path, building relationships and much, much more.
ESPN commentator and columnist J.A. Adande stopped by Medill to talk with students about his professional career and offer his thoughts on the journalism industry.