CPR, emergency medical readiness a top priority at Super Bowl LVII

CPR Super Bowl Family

By Kierstin Lindkvist Medill Reports PHOENIX — After the Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest during a game in Week 17 of the regular season, medical readiness and CPR training are top of mind at Super Bowl LVII.  At the Super Bowl Fan Experience in the Phoenix Convention Center, fans are taking the […]

Stoutland, Eagles use development to build premier offensive line

By Max Olsan Medill Reports  PHOENIX — Jeff Stoutland, the Philadelphia Eagles offensive line coach and run game coordinator, or Stout, as his players call him, picked up his empty coffee cup and flipped it onto the table of the bustling hotel conference room during the Philadelphia Eagles’ open media session. Then, with a wide […]

‘Togetherness’ of Eagles team similar to 2018 championship Super Bowl team

By Elena Shklyar Medill Reports PHOENIX — Green-and-white confetti fell onto the field at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis five years ago, as Fletcher Cox, Lane Johnson and Brandon Graham embraced one another following the first ever Super Bowl title for the Eagles and the first of their careers. Now, those same key guys are […]

2-time champion Joe Thuney heads to his 4th Super Bowl, first with Chiefs

By Mackenzie Meaney Medill Reports PHOENIX –  Kansas City Chiefs guard Joe Thuney has protected two of the best quarterbacks to play in the NFL in the past 20 years. Patrick Mahomes, his current QB and the 2022 season MVP, has consistently ranked in the top of the league due to his playmaking ability and […]

‘It should be exciting’: Northwestern international students share thoughts on relocating to U.S.

The main entrance of Northwestern University in Evanston. (Almagul Serikbayeva/MEDILL)

By Almagul Serikbayeva Medill Reports Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the number of foreign students arriving in the United States has risen by almost 4%. Despite this, Northwestern University graduate students report still experiencing language barriers rather than cultural transitions.  Ming-Hsiu Hsieh, originally from Taiwan, came to the leading American institution to pursue a doctorate […]