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WELCOME TO THE BEST COMMUNITY ON CAMPUS


Northwestern's only dorm with a movie theater (actually, we have two)

 

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WELCOME TO THE BEST COMMUNITY ON CAMPUS


Northwestern's only dorm with a movie theater (actually, we have two)

 

 

SO WHAT'S CRC?

The Communications Residential College, CRC, at Northwestern University is the home for students interested in communication and its various forms: written, video, audio, and photographic.

Because of this, CRC typically features residents with a strong interest in media and communication. Our most popular majors are journalism, radio/television/film, and communications studies.

The Communications Residential College exists to foster an environment promoting the study and collective understanding of communication in all its myriad forms, be it words, images or sound.
— Constitution of the Communications Residential College
 
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Meet Our People


Why is membership in the Communications Residential College so amazing? It's because of our student exec board, college staff and faculty fellows. 

Meet Our People


Why is membership in the Communications Residential College so amazing? It's because of our student exec board, college staff and faculty fellows. 

ROGER BOYE, FACULTY CHAIR

Roger Boye joined the ranks of Northwestern University’s emeritus faculty in 2005.

He continues to direct the Medill-Northwestern Journalism Institute (previously called the Journalism Division of the National High School Institute), and serves as faculty chair of Northwestern’s Communications Residential College.

As faculty chair, Roger provides support to members of the executive board in the operation of the residential college, and organizes faculty-led events and excursion for the residential college's members.

r-boye@northwestern.edu

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Beth Koehler, CRC PRESIDENT

Beth Koehler studies Radio/TV/Film (RTVF) in the School Communications, and she is from Wheaton, Illinois. She loves dogs, the Chicago Cubs (especially Kris Bryant), and thinks the Star Wars vs. Star Trek fight is pointless because she loves them both. She also enjoys puns more than she should.

As president, Beth presides over executive board meetings and All-College Meetings, represents the Communications Residential College on the Residential College Board and during University events, oversees residential college activities, ensures officers fulfill their responsibilities, and organizes CRC's internal elections.

elizabethkoehler2020@u.northwestern.edu

 

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Check Out Our Home


CRC is home to 100 residents in all schools on campus, and our little home has something for everyone.

Check Out Our Home


CRC is home to 100 residents in all schools on campus, and our little home has something for everyone.

Big Screening room

Located off the main lounge, the screening room has an HD projector and a fifteen-foot wall screen, and is outfitted with sofas and chairs to make it one of the best places for a medium-sized group to watch films anywhere on campus

Radio Room

The Radio Room, exclusively managed by the Radio Room Chair, is perhaps one of the most mysterious of CRC's open-to-all facilities. Every year, the Radio Room is the center of life for Radiothon, CRC's annual 50-hour radio broadcast fundraiser

Suites

Suites are open to all members of CRC, and people often spend time hanging out in each other's suites. The lounges often end up as the center of social interaction and exam reviews during the course of the academic year, by offering a smaller community within the larger social group of CRC.

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Upcoming Events


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