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A screenshot of the Facebook page for the community group, Evanston Rejects Racist Reparations.

Community group seeks to delay vote on reparations they call “racist”

Jason Beeferman, Reporter March 3, 2021

A group of residents has launched a campaign to pressure City Council from voting to approve distribution of the first $400,000 of the city’s reparations fund, characterizing the current reparations...

A large crowd of indigenous people, holding a red sign that reads

Illinois Indigenous and environmental groups call Biden administration to shut down Dakota Access Pipeline expansion

William Clark, Reporter March 2, 2021

Illinois Indigenous rights activists, tribal governments and environmentalist groups are joining a national call for the Biden administration to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline after the Illinois...

A flyer advertising “Still Life with Iris” with a blue background and a purple button with flowers.

Production “Still Life with Iris” raises questions about children’s power and memories

Rayna Song, Reporter March 2, 2021

Stolen memories, corrupt rulers and family ties — that's what the audience at Purple Crayon Players’ "Still Life with Iris" has to look forward to. The live production “Still Life with Iris”...

The Northwestern Hillel building at 629 Foster St. Hillel and other student religious organizations are adapting their programming to the pandemic.

Religious student groups find community in limited in-person gatherings

Katrina Pham, Reporter March 2, 2021

As COVID-19 restrictions loosen, some student religious groups are holding in-person events to welcome students to campus. To recreate feelings of community, Catholic, Muslim and Jewish students on...

A view of The Garage lounge. Two individuals stand over a table in the distance.

Student board game start-up prepares to launch flagship game

Arianna Carpati, Reporter March 2, 2021

Communication junior Elam Blackwell grew up playing board games with his family. He continued his love of board games as an underclassman, playing with his friends in the Willard Residential College lounge. He...

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