Adam Lizakowski
University Hall (1869), the second building constructed on campus, and the oldest building still standing
The logo mark for TriQuarterly books, an imprint of Northwestern University Press.
Technological Institute in 1942, after the relocation of Patten Gymnasium but before the construction of the Lakefill
Northwestern campus as seen from the north end of the Lakefill peninsula
Sunset over Northwestern's Lakefill lagoon in 2021 with view of the Norris Student Center
Aerial shot of Northwestern's Evanston campus
The Montgomery Ward Memorial Building (1927) at Northwestern's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, America's first academic skyscraper
Weber Arch
Ford Motor Company Engineering Design Center (2005)
University Library (1970), in Brutalist style
Ryan Field, Northwestern's 49,000 seat football stadium
2005 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship game between the Virginia Cavaliers and Northwestern Wildcats
The Rock in front of University Hall
Harold Washington, first Black mayor of Chicago (JD, 1952)
John Paul Stevens, U.S. Supreme Court Justice (JD, 1947)
Robert Todd Lincoln, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom; 35th U.S. Secretary of War (LLB, 1866)
Gwynne Shotwell, president and COO of SpaceX (BS, 1986; MS, 1988)
George R. R. Martin, author of A Game of Thrones (BS, 1970; MS, 1971)
Ginni Rometty, president and CEO of IBM (BS, 1979)
William Jennings Bryan, 41st U.S. Secretary of State (LLB, 1883)
Saul Bellow, Nobel Prize-winning novelist (BA, 1937)
Stephen Colbert, Emmy Award-winning comedian (BS, 1986)
Charles Horace Mayo, founder of the Mayo Clinic (MD, 1888)
Cheddi Jagan, 4th president and Father of the Nation of Guyana (BS, 1942; DDS, 1942)
Claudia López Hernández, first LGBT mayor of Bogotá, Colombia (PhD, 2019)
Alexander De Croo, 71st prime minister of Belgium (MBA, 2004)
Ali Babacan, deputy prime minister of Turkey (MBA, 1992)
Charlie Baker, 72nd governor of Massachusetts (MBA, 1991)
Adlai Stevenson II, 31st governor of Illinois; 5th U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (JD, 1926)
Arthur Goldberg, U.S. Supreme Court Justice; 6th U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (BS, 1929; JD, 1930)
Peter G. Peterson, 20th U.S. Secretary of Commerce; founder of The Blackstone Group (BA, 1947)
Charlton Heston, Academy Award-winning actor (BS, 1945)
Warren Beatty, Academy Award-winning actor, writer and director (C1959)
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, actress and humanitarian (BA, 2003)
Edward Weiler, director of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (BA, 1971; MS, 1973; PhD, 1976)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Emmy Award-winning actress (C1982)
Seth Meyers, host of Late Night with Seth Meyers (BS, 1996)
Pharrell Williams, Grammy Award-winning rapper; Academy Award-nominated producer (C1995)
David Schwimmer, Emmy Award-nominated actor from Friends (BS, 1988)
David J. Skorton, 13th director of the Smithsonian Institution; 12th president of Cornell University (BA, 1970; MD, 1974)
John Musker, writer, producer and director of Disney's The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules and Moana (BA, 1975)
Ann-Margret, Academy Award-nominated actress (C1963)
Jason Wright, president of the Washington Commanders; first Black president in the NFL (BA, 2004)

Name shared by an American literary magazine and a series of books, both operating under the aegis of Northwestern University Press.

- TriQuarterly

He is a Frances Hooper Professor of Arts and Humanities at Northwestern University.

- Reginald Gibbons

At Northwestern, he was the editor of TriQuarterly magazine from 1981 to 1997, and co-founded TriQuarterly Books (after 1997, an imprint of Northwestern University Press).

- Reginald Gibbons

Studied creative writing at Columbia College Chicago where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree and Northwestern University where he received his Masters.

- Adam Lizakowski

Among his instructors were noted American poets such as Tony Trigilio, David Trinidad, Ed Roberson and Reginald Gibbons.

- Adam Lizakowski

TriQuarterly Online (formerly TriQuarterly) is a literary magazine published twice a year featuring poetry, fiction, nonfiction, drama, literary essays, reviews, blog posts, and art.

- Northwestern University

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