The Daily Northwestern

Police Blotter

Katie Park

October 6, 2009


Filed under City, Crime

Student harassed through text messagesA Northwestern student was harassed by an unknown man over text messages last week, police said.The girl received a text message from an unfamiliar number containing an image of a penis last Thursday night, University Police Deputy Chief Dan McAleer said. She delet...

Evanston, NU weigh possibility of lobbyist

Ali Elkin

October 5, 2009


Filed under City

In keeping with recent cooperative efforts, representatives from Northwestern and Evanston say they plan to work together to represent mutual issues at both the state and national levels of government.At a recent goal-setting meeting of the City Council, the aldermen and Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl discussed th...

What the Food! serves authentic Asian dishes

Dan Hill

October 5, 2009


Filed under City, Local

Sandwiched between Sherman and Benson avenues, restaurants at 822 Clark St. have notoriously suffered from bad luck and quick exits from the Evanston dining scene. The site's newest incarnation, an Asian bistro called What the Food!, is the sixth restaurant in the last 10 years to call the space home.Tacos De...

Blotter: Trek bike, credit card stolen; broken door at AT&T

Grace Johnson

October 5, 2009


Filed under City, Crime

NU student's Trek bike stolen from KelloggA Northwestern student reported a stolen blue Trek bike worth more than $300 Monday morning, police said.The bicycle was stolen between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Sept. 30 from the Donald P. Jacobs Center, 2001 Sheridan Road, said Dan McAleer, university police d...

I-GO offers alternate transportation

Grace Johnson and Grace Johnson

September 27, 2009


Filed under City

A Chicago non-profit organization aims to make car sharing a regular part of the city's public transportation system.When the Center for Neighborhood Technology first started I-GO car sharing as a pilot program in 2002, it was the first of its kind in Chicago. Under the program, members can sign up to use ...