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The Year in Video

Watch the best moments from the past academic year, from Move-In Day to Dance Marathon

Another school year has come and gone at Northwestern University. With graduation ceremonies next week, watch the videos below to relive some of the best moments from the past academic year.

Move-In Day for Class of 2015

The newest freshmen arrive on the Evanston campus...along with all of their stuff. STORY

Seth Meyers at Homecoming

Seth Meyers (Communication '96) returned to campus for his 15-year graduation reunion and stole the show as Grand Marshal of the Homecoming Parade. STORY

Northwestern Unveils Strategic Plan

Plan to "discover, integrate, connect and engage" charts Northwestern's future. STORY

Meet the 2011 Northwestern Rhodes Scholar

Sarah Smierciak, who graduated in 2011 from Northwestern University, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, won a Rhodes Scholarship, one of the most prestigious international fellowships in the world. STORY

Northwestern Founders' Day Celebration

Watch a slide show featuring photo memories submitted by members of the Northwestern community from around the world. STORY

Dance Marathon 2012

Northwestern students spent 30 hours dancing and raised a record-breaking $1,107,670 to benefit The Andrew McDonough B+ (Be Positive) Foundation for childhood cancer and the Evanston Community Foundation. STORY

Bradley Hamm Named Medill Dean

Bradley J. Hamm will succeed John Lavine as dean of the Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications. STORY

Northwestern in Qatar Celebrates Inaugural Commencement

Amid tears, cheers and standing ovations, the 36 members of the Class of 2012 made history as the first students at NU-Q to earn Bachelor of Science degrees in journalism and communication. STORY

Groundbreaking for New Music and Communication Building

The new building will house the Henry and Leigh Bienen School of Music and the School of Communication (on the top floor) on the southeast corner of campus. STORY

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