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Pepper pride

School of Communication celebrates tenth anniversary of hearing sciences lecture and the donors who have made it possible.

School of Communication faculty member’s new book takes a look at the visual remnants of the struggle for early Black freedom.

In memoriam

School of Communication emeritus professor, a "legend" and activist for free speech, dies.

School of Communication alumna and breakout star of American Horror Story shares secrets for navigating a Tinsel Town career.

New center

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The School of Communication celebrates the grand opening of its new state-of-the-art facility for audiology, speech, language, and learning diagnosis and treatment.

On the path

Young School of Communication alumni direct students to multiple pathways toward an entertainment career.

#Fifteenin15

The Northwestern Debate Society wins a fifteenth National Debate Tournament Championship.

Intimate spectacle

School of Communication directing and design students take big strides in storytelling by staging miniature productions.

Passion pitch

Award-winning ad man and alumnus Adam Tucker advises School of Communication students to find passion and sweat the small stuff.

Privilege of poetry

Steppenwolf Theatre Company leader, four-time Northwestern alumna Martha Lavey, advises students to follows their passions.

New clinic

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By combining forces in a new state-of-the-art facility, the School of Communication’s new Center for Audiology, Speech, Language, and Learning leads the way in communication health and in training its future practitioners.

Attention, attention

Two new books from School of Communication faculty members add to the discussion on public attention—its fragmentation and a few examples of those caught up in it after acting badly.

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