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

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

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News Quiz: Dillo Day, city manager and a Buddha head

Alex Perry, Newsroom Strategist May 16, 2022

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Student performers and bands competed at Mayfest’s Battle of the Artists for a chance to perform at the 50th anniversary of Dillo Day.

Mayfest hosts Battle of the Artists, provides platforms to student performers

Audrey Hettleman, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 16, 2022

Communication freshman and rapper Ciel McDaniels performed live for the first time in elementary school. This week, he will take to a much larger stage with a set at Dillo Day. “I love just seeing...

Second year students and gap-year students dressed up and danced under the architecture of the Congress Plaza Hotel.

Northwestern hosts second year prom to give students a milestone experience

Kristen Axtman, Reporter May 16, 2022

Students who graduated high school in 2020 faced many disappointments during their senior spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They missed out on classic high school celebrations and had to enter college...

Parham: Beyond housing inequities in Evanston

Parham: Beyond housing inequities in Evanston

Opeyemi Parham, Op-Ed Contributor May 16, 2022

Content warning: This story discusses miscarriages. Evanston’s reparations program is currently focusing on addressing financial inequities for the generations of Black folks greatly discriminated...

Nick Nelson and Charlie Spring look at each other underneath the text “Heartstopper”

Reel Thoughts: ‘Heartstopper’ captures the importance of found families within the queer experience

Jacob Fulton and Isabel Funk May 15, 2022

From the first minute of Netflix’s “Heartstopper,” the screen is saturated with blues and yellows, as scattered hand-drawn pastel leaves and flowers whirling across the screen. It’s clear early...

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