In 2010, Northwestern University's esteemed, sanctimonious Medill journalism school changed its name to include the phrase "integrated marketing communications," raising a few eyebrows among the journalists-who-care-about-honesty set. Now, Medill is apparently struggling to spell its own title. Instant karma?
This morning in Evanston, Illinois, Northwestern University's 2,800 graduating students gathered for commencement. On hand to give the commencement address? None other than alum Stephen Colbert of the class of '86, who delivered an uproarious 20-minute speech which squeezed in references to campus controversies like "Brothelgate" and a professor's infamous sex demonstration. It's embedded above for your enjoyment.