NURJ Print Vol. 16
University Archives 2021
NURJ Online Volume 6

Examining Mainstream Perspectives on Mental Health: A Conversation with Medical Anthropologist Dr. Rebecca Seligman

FARIHA AHMEDFariha is a senior majoring in Cognitive Science. She is interested in the ways culture and identity shape experiences of health and illness, and the implications these interactions have on the practice of medicine. In her free-time, she enjoys horse-back...

NUChem Videos: The Mutually Beneficial Intersection of Graduate Research and Undergraduate Learning

CAROLINE HARMS Northwestern '23 Caroline is a sophomore majoring in Materials Science and Engineering with minors in Chemistry and English Literature. Currently involved in research projects regarding the use of nanomaterials to remediate heavy metals and plastics,...

Kings, Queens and Kermit

LYDIA WEIR Northwestern ’21 Lydia is a senior studying Theatre, with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies and a certificate in Music Theatre. Primarily seen on campus performing in a variety of departmental and student produced productions, she has spent much of...

Guns and Gridlock: Examining the NRA’s Legislative Influence in Congress

PATRICK RYAN Northwestern ’20 Patrick is originally from Arlington Heights, Illinois. He graduated from Northwestern in Spring 2020 with a BA with honors in Political Science. During his time at Northwestern, he was heavily involved with the Northwestern Jazz...

Disseminating Destruction: The Impact of the Image during World War I

MATT LIEBERMAN Northwestern '21 Matt Lieberman is a senior from Boston studying Journalism, Political Science and Integrated Marketing Communications. He wrote this research paper during Northwestern's Art, Literature & Contemporary European Thought (ALCET)...

“It Wasn’t Made for Him”: Examining Female-Led Superhero Films Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel and the Internet Commentary that Follows

RACHEL FIMBIANTI Northwestern ’20 Rachel graduated in 2020 with a BA in Radio/Television/Film, minors in Italian Language and English Literature, and completion of the Media and Creative Markets Module. Her work was accepted into The National Collegiate Research...

NDUFS4, miR-27b and Cardiac Hypertrophy

NORMA MARSHALL Northwestern ’23 Norma is majoring in Biological Sciences and minoring in Global Health Studies. She has been interested in research since high school and previously worked on investigating the genetic basis of obesity and its association with non...