Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

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Professors and state representatives host teach-in on Roe v. Wade, outline potential consequences of leaked draft majority opinion

Joanna Hou and Selena Kuznikov May 17, 2022

Illinois Chief Equity Officer Sekile Nzinga and Northwestern professors hosted a teach-in on the implications of Samuel Alito’s leaked draft majority opinion striking down Roe v. Wade on Monday. “There...

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Dearborn Observatory and CIERA host public viewing of total lunar eclipse

Jacob Wendler, Reporter May 17, 2022

Northwestern students and Evanston residents gathered atop the South Campus Parking Garage Sunday night to view the total lunar eclipse of the May full moon, also known as the flower moon.  The Dearborn...

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Former White House Russia expert Fiona Hill speaks on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine at Buffett Institute event

Maya Ravi, Reporter May 16, 2022

Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Fiona Hill discussed the implications of Russia’s war on Ukraine in a Buffett Institute for Global Affairs fireside chat Monday. Hill served as national intelligence...

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News Quiz: Dillo Day, city manager and a Buddha head

Alex Perry, Newsroom Strategist May 16, 2022

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Second year students and gap-year students dressed up and danced under the architecture of the Congress Plaza Hotel.

Northwestern hosts second year prom to give students a milestone experience

Kristen Axtman, Reporter May 16, 2022

Students who graduated high school in 2020 faced many disappointments during their senior spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They missed out on classic high school celebrations and had to enter college...

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