The Daily Northwestern

Blotter

Grace Johnson

October 14, 2009

Vehicle tires punctured in campus parking lotAn individual slashed a vehicle's tires in a Northwestern parking garage Wednesday night, police said.The victim, who was not affiliated with the university, found two flat tires on her 2004 Ford Expedition when she returned to the parking lot, 1847 Campus D...

Arts Council Program gives downtown a makeover

Dan Hill

October 13, 2009

Downtown Evanston took on a new look Tuesday. Local artists filled empty storefront windows downtown with original paintings, portraits and pottery.Vacant spaces on Church Street and Orrington and Maple avenues received the makeover through Evanston Arts Council's "Art Under Glass" program, which was...

Blotter: staff member hospitalized, locked bike stolen

October 13, 2009

NU staff member taken to hospitalA Northwestern staff member was taken to the hospital Tuesday morning, police said.A staff member in Information Technology, 1800 Sherman Ave., felt nauseous and vomited around 10:30 a.m., said University Police Deputy Chief Dan McAleer.An ambulance arrived, and parame...

City: Swine flu shots on the way

Adam Sege

October 13, 2009

Evanston still awaits word on the arrival of H1N1 vaccines, said Evonda Thomas, the city's director of health and human services."We're just in a holding pattern right now," Thomas said. "We are still waiting to hear from the state."Although no specific dates have been provided to the city, the Health...

Hundo to close in March

Nathalie Tadena

October 13, 2009

The 1800 Club, 1800 Sherman Ave., will close in March 2010. The bar, popularly known as "Hundo," will end its lease in the Northwestern-owned building next year, said Dale Wright, the bar's general manager.NU purchased the building, located only blocks away from campus, in 2005 and will gain complete ...