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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

The exterior of the Robert Crown Community Center, a large stone building with glass windows on the first floor.

In Focus: Nearly two years after its reopening, residents remain divided on the Robert Crown Community Center’s impact

Jacob Fulton, Print Managing Editor November 22, 2021

Tucked into the bottom left corner of Evanston’s 4th Ward, a looming stone building with towering windows sprawls across 130,000 square feet. Behind its sliding glass doors, visitors can find two ice...

Silhouette of person climbing up stairs. Underneath the stairs are the words “Inaccessible NU” written in capital white letters.

In Focus: Students with chronic illnesses feel unsupported by University services

Arianna Carpati, Senior Staffer November 17, 2021

Three weeks ago, as her asthma symptoms flared, Communication and McCormick senior Gillian Finnegan sat in class struggling to suppress a cough. She couldn’t focus on taking her exam. All she could think...

A figure stands on a stage with curtains on each side and the title Access Denied in the background.

In Focus: Northwestern theater students receiving accommodations struggle to find accessibility within theater program

Rebecca Aizin, Summer Managing Editor July 12, 2021

In the fall of 2019, then-senior Dana Pepowski (Communication ’20) sought help from AccessibleNU after symptoms of her chronic illnesses began to worsen. The accessibility counselor she worked with...

A hand holds a phone playing a video of a lock. The title Locked Out appears in white against a green background.

In Focus: A mom wanted to know whether police pointed guns toward her kids. EPD kept the footage locked away.

Joshua Irvine, Senior Staffer July 4, 2021

Anya Tanyavutti was in her dining room preparing for dinner when her children told her they watched police officers pull their guns out in front of a playground. Her three kids, ages 1, 4 and 6 at the...

A football player holds a helmet, with a stadium looming in the background. The title A Labor of Likeness appears in the sky.

In Focus: As state, federal governments grapple with NIL legislation, Northwestern community members reflect on potential impacts

Jacob Fulton, Print Managing Editor June 8, 2021

If Weinberg junior Cole Sias wants to post on her social media accounts, she could make money with just a few taps. Sias is a micro-influencer, with over 4,500 followers on Instagram, which means she...

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