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The Daily Northwestern

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

Front of closed Burger King at 1740 Orrington Ave. shown with snow-covered exterior at sunset.

Ten-story office building may replace former Burger King

Jacob Wendler, Reporter January 27, 2022

Evanston’s Land Use Commission met remotely Wednesday night to discuss the repurposing of land at the intersection of Orrington Avenue and Clark Street, where the city’s former Burger King stood. After...

Players in white jerseys observe game

Men’s Basketball: Northwestern’s inability to finish late looms large in two-point Michigan loss

Lawrence Price, Assistant Sports Editor January 27, 2022

Excluding its 20-point loss to Purdue on Sunday, Northwestern’s last six contests in men’s basketball have been decided by 29 points total. However, the team won only one of those meetings.  In...

A player in a gray jersey and gray shorts dribbles an orange ball.

Men’s Basketball: Northwestern fails to close game despite second half run, falls to Michigan 72-70

Alex Cervantes, Reporter January 27, 2022

Northwestern's inability to close out games once again stymied any momentum or progress shown on Wednesday.  The Wildcats' 72-70 defeat to Michigan gives it six Big Ten losses by eight or fewer points....

Two students sit at a table with two laptops in front of them. They are starting at one of the screens.

ASG’s new amendment promotes inclusivity of all students

Emma Rosenbaum, Assistant Campus Editor January 27, 2022

When Weinberg sophomore Dylan Jost was elected speaker of the Senate last spring, his goal aligned with other Associated Student Government reforms: to ensure everyone has a voice in the Senate. After...

A teacher sits at a desk grading a paper. Half of the room is shadowed.

Olivia Alexander, Assistant City Editor January 27, 2022

In the fall, the Evanston Township High School math department wrote a letter to the District 202 Board of Education to advocate for hiring more Black teachers in its five-year goals.  According to...

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