Named after Bertram Joseph Cahn, a University trustee who donated $100,000 two months before construction began on Scott Hall ... More
Cahn Auditorium, Northwestern University
Named after Bertram Joseph Cahn, a University trustee who donated $100,000 two months before construction began on Scott Hall in 1940, Scott Hall is a center for University social life, and the auditorium is connected to the hall. The L-shaped building has 1,011 seats, has been the venue for a wide range of notable speakers, important ceremonies and musical and theatrical productions, and is the permanent home of the annual Waa-Mu Show.
The Best Western is conveniently located approximately 12 miles from O'Hare International Airport and 15 miles from Six Flags. Public
transportation is available just two blocks from the hotel. Guests can enjoy the Sherman Street Grill, seasonal outdoor heated ...
Discover the culture and social fabric of the southwest, northwest and Arctic territory Native Americans. Displays feature textiles, pottery and
other materials to illustrate the contemporary and historical life of these natives. Peruse the large selection of baskets on ...
This suburban center was added to the University campus more than 20 years ago as a performance and activity space
for such events as lectures, concerts, fine arts and a host of other cultural events. Now, regularly staged events ...