5 questions with Doug Meffley

Doug Meffley joined the Northwestern athletic communications as a work-study student in 2002. For the past 15 years, he’s worked his way up through the department, and today he serves as the director of digital and social communications. In that role, Meffley...

5 questions with Will Kunkel

Will Kunkel learned the value of having Medill on his resume during his initial phone interview for what would become his first on-air job. Here is what Jim Shaw, who at the time was the News Director at KVRR in Fargo, North Dakota, told Kunkel during that phone call:...

5 questions with Brandon Parker

Brandon Parker (MSJ07) spent nearly nine years as a sports reporter after graduating from Medill. He started his career at The Beaufort Gazette/Island Packet in South Carolina, moved to Bristol, Conn., to be an associate editor/writer for ESPNHS, and then became a...

5 questions with Maddie Lee

Major League Soccer (MLS) was founded in December 1993. That same year, Maddie Lee (MSJ17) was born. She went on to become an enormous soccer fan with dreams of working as a reporter covering a professional soccer team. One year in Medill’s Sports Media specialization...

5 questions with Megan O’Brien

Megan O’Brien graduated from Medill just over one year ago. Today, she’s covering the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. During her time at Northwestern and since graduation, she worked as a field reporter for Fox Sports, a digital media contributor...