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New policy to mandate diversity in the hiring process is now up for community review

Rebecca Crown Center, which includes the office of the Provost. The new hiring policy aims to increase diversity in University staffing.
January 22, 2021

Northwestern’s Policy Review Committee sought community feedback on the newly introduced Diverse Candidate Slates policy in a Friday email. The policy, developed by NU’s Office of Human Resources,...

Women’s Basketball: Lindsey Pulliam’s second half dominance leads Northwestern to eleventh straight win against Illinois

Senior guard Lindsey Pulliam makes a huge grin after scoring a jumper against Illinois. Pulliam scored 28 points Thursday night.
January 22, 2021

Women's Basketball With forty seconds remaining in the third quarter and a defender on her back, senior guard Lindsey Pulliam turned around and made a play she’s become famous for in her Northwestern...

Women’s Basketball: Pulliam’s big third quarter lifts Northwestern to victory over Illinois

Lindsey Pulliam watches her jumpshot. The senior guard scored 28 points in No. 21 Northwestern’s 73-54 win over Illinois.
January 22, 2021

Women's Basketball Throughout her Northwestern career, Lindsey Pulliam has played some big games. She scored a career-high 33 points against Indiana in Feb. 2018. She put up 19 or more points —...

Former Volkswagen employees purchase City Volkswagen of Evanston

Shawn Kohli and Anthony Scala, former Volkswagen employees, purchased the City Volkswagen of Evanston last July.
January 22, 2021

Shawn Kohli and Anthony Scala met in 2001 at the Autobarn Volkswagen of Evanston. Kohli sold Volkswagens full-time while earning his degree at DePaul University. Scala washed the Volkswagens that Kohli...

Evanston food pantries and soup kitchens prepare for winter

Community members get samples from various local food vendors at the fourth annual Taste of Evanston. Evanston’s food pantries and their partner businesses will continue to serve meals to food-insecure residents this winter.
January 21, 2021

Navigating post-holiday lulls and cold weather complications, Evanston’s food pantries and their partner businesses will continue to serve meals to food-insecure residents this winter. Leslie Shulruff,...

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