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Interactive: Evanston Crime Map, April 23

The Daily Northwestern and The Daily Northwestern

April 22, 2010

The Daily Northwestern breaks down the day-to-day crime in Evanston and around NU's campus.Red: Violent crimeGreen: Theft/burglaryYellow: Vandalism/disorderly conductBlue: Hit and run/vehicle accidentsTeal: Alcohol-related crimePink: Drug-related crimeView Evanston Crime Map in a larger map...

Contest-winning poems to be engraved in library’s concrete

Alan Yu

April 20, 2010

Aspiring Evanston poets may soon see their work set in stone.The City of Evanston's Public Art Committee and Evanston Public Library have announced a poetry competition open to all Evanston residents. Five winning poems will be chosen in May and set in concrete on the sidewalk outside the library. Contestan...

Appellants unsure on appealing Great Room decision

Brittney Wong

April 20, 2010

A day after the Evanston Zoning Board's decision to keep Northwestern's Great Room open, appellant George Gaines said he was unsure if he would take his appeal to the next level at the Cook County Circuit Court."I'm disappointed with the decision," he said. "I haven't really decided what I'm going to ...

Blotter: April 21

Emilia Barrosse

April 19, 2010

Alumnus calls repeatedly, leaves angry messages for Alumni Relations OfficeA Northwestern alumnus called the Office of Alumni Relations and Development several times Monday and left profane and angry messages, police said.In the messages, the man complained about the education he received at NU, said...

New district representative, Evanston resident accepts seat

Emilia Barrosse

April 18, 2010

Evanston resident Robyn Gabel will head to Springfield early, since the Democratic party elected her Sunday to replace Julie Hamos as 18th District state representative.Gabel, an Evanston resident who won the Democratic primary for Hamos' seat in February, hopes to collaborate with her predecessor to implem...