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Kelly Amonte Hiller: Women’s lacrosse conference coming to Big Ten in 2015

Ava Wallace, Assistant Sports Editor

May 15, 2013


Filed under Latest Stories, Sports Blogs, Wildcat Extra

Coach Kelly Amonte Hiller said today that a Big Ten women's lacrosse conference will debut in the 2014-15 season. Northwestern, Ohio State and Penn State will play one last season in the American Lacrosse Conference before moving to the Big Ten conference. Michigan, which will debut its women's lacrosse...

Men’s Swimming: Freestyler Matthew Margritier leaving Northwestern

John Paschall, Reporter

May 15, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Latest Stories, Sports Blogs, Wildcat Extra

Sophomore freestyler Matthew Margritier has left the men’s swimming and diving team and dropped out of Northwestern. Margritier cited “mostly personal and academic fits” as his reason for leaving the school. He also made it clear that his decision had nothing to do with the swimming program...

Evanston man, 20, killed in Chicago

Jia You, City Editor

May 14, 2013


Filed under Around Town, Blogs, Latest Stories

An Evanston man was shot dead on the South Side of Chicago early Sunday morning, police said. Police found Blake Ross, 20, in the 2800 block of East 76th Street in Chicago with multiple gunshot wounds to his head and body, said Joshua Purkiss, a Chicago Police Department spokesman. Ross, of the...

Legal dispute continues between city, food truck

Legal dispute continues between city, food truck

Ciara McCarthy, Assistant City Editor

May 14, 2013


Filed under Around Town, Blogs, Latest Stories

After months spent in a legal back-and-forth, the dispute between Evanston and food truck Beavers Coffee and Donuts is now back where it all started. A Cook County judge ruled Tuesday the case would proceed after several steps slowed down its progress. Beavers initially filed a lawsuit against...

IM Frisbee: Flick’s Law pulls out impressive win

IM Frisbee: Flick’s Law pulls out impressive win

Kevin Casey, Reporter

May 14, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Latest Stories, Sports Blogs

On a warm, sunny day at Long Field, two teams waged a close, tough battle of the disc with the men of science coming out on top. Flick's Law, a team composed of chemical engineering seniors, defeated a streaking Subprime Hucks squad 5-3 on Tuesday. The Hucks ranked sixth in the white league after...