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

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

The Daily Northwestern

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Northwestern libraries and Center for Applied Transgender Studies launch new journal on trans life

Yiming Fu, Managing Editor June 21, 2022

Filling a gap in trans scholarship that centers trans life, the Bulletin of Applied Transgender Studies published its first double issue this month. BATS is the first journal led by an entirely trans...

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Saving up this summer? Here are some student-friendly spending options for food, transport and more

Iris Swarthout, Senior Staffer June 20, 2022

Summer comes with an open campus and a hiatus from typical collegiate activities. But between internships and summer classes, students staying in Evanston often pay rent unaided by Northwestern. NU’s...

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Q&A: Julie Payne-Kirchmeier reflects on her time at Northwestern

Isabel Funk, Summer Editor June 20, 2022

Vice President for Student Affairs Julie Payne-Kirchmeier announced in April that she will leave Northwestern to become vice president for student success for the Indiana University system. Payne-Kirchmeier...

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Deering Library debuts Frederick Douglass exhibition

Charlotte Varnes, Managing Editor June 19, 2022

When Charla Wilson and her colleagues reexamined the McCormick Library’s African American document collection, they were surprised to find a series of letters written by 19th century abolitionist Frederick...

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Northwestern honors the legacy of Black Chicago in Juneteenth event

Audrey Hettleman, Managing Editor June 19, 2022

Northwestern hosted its 2022 Juneteenth celebration, “The Vibrant Legacy of Black Chicago,” Friday over Zoom. The Center for Health Equity Transformation hosted the event in collaboration with the...

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