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Women’s Tennis: Northwestern has successful weekend in Baton Rouge

Women’s Tennis: Northwestern has successful weekend in Baton Rouge

Andrew Golden, Assistant Sports Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Sports, Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis In its second tournament of the season, Northwestern had a successful weekend at the LSU Tiger Fall Classic. Competing against Boston College, Louisiana State, Southern Methodist and Central Florida, the Wildcats won 24 matches, including 14 singles victories and 10 doubles win...

The Daily earns Online Pacemaker as one of nation’s best college newspaper websites

Jonah Dylan, Managing Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under Campus, Latest Stories, Student Groups, Top Campus Stories

The Daily Northwestern won an online pacemaker for one of the best college newspapers in the country, the Associated Collegiate Press announced last month. The Pacemaker is considered the most prestigious award in college journalism. The awards are given annually by the ACP in four categories: newspaper,...

EPD efficiency report recommends staffing review, technology exploitation

EPD efficiency report recommends staffing review, technology exploitation

Clare Proctor, Assistant City Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under City, Latest Stories, Police, Top City Stories

An efficiency report recommends that the Evanston Police Department review its supervisory and command staffing. The report — which was completed in October by Hillard Heintze, a security risk management consulting firm — made a series of recommendations to increase efficiency in the police department...

Blotter: Movie interrupted after EPD called for family discussing guns, shooting

Cameron Cook, Assistant Campus Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under City, Latest Stories, Police, Top City Stories

Evanston Police Department officers on Monday night responded to a report of disorderly conduct at the Century 12 Evanston/Cinéarts 6 movie theater in downtown Evanston. An employee of the theater informed officers movie attendees notified her that a group of people in Theater 7 were talking about...

NU alumni star in the national tour of ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’

NU alumni star in the national tour of ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’

Janea Wilson, Reporter

November 14, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Latest Stories, Theater

From falling props, forgotten lines and a dead corpse that can’t seem to stay dead, “The Play That Goes Wrong” is anything but a traditional play. “It’s sort of like if Monty Python and Sherlock Holmes had a baby,” Jacqueline Jarrold (Communication ’11) said, an understudy for both of...

“20 in 2018” comes to NU, asks 20-year-olds about their experiences

“20 in 2018” comes to NU, asks 20-year-olds about their experiences

Irene Chang, Reporter

November 14, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Latest Stories, Visual Arts

Who will you be in five years? New York City-based artist Brenna Lipset posed the question to 20-year-old Northwestern students for her multimedia project, “20 in 2018,” on Nov. 12 and Nov. 14. The name “20 in 2018” speaks for itself: Lipset interviews and takes photos of 20-year-old volunteers...

EPD to partner with NUPD to patrol south campus

EPD to partner with NUPD to patrol south campus

Kristina Karisch, City Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under Campus, City, Crime, Latest Stories

Evanston Police Department officers will partner with University police to patrol the 1800 block of Chicago Avenue, according to a news release. EPD will increase its police presence in the area — with officers patrolling in vehicles and on foot — following a number of incidents where women have...

Over 3,400 students sign up to go to Big Ten Championship game

Over 3,400 students sign up to go to Big Ten Championship game

Peter Warren, Sports Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under Campus, Football, Latest Stories, Sports

Over 3,400 students have signed up for the Big Ten Championship Game fan buses and free tickets provided by the Northwestern Athletic Department, according to a press release. Those 3,400 students comprise nearly 45% of the University’s undergraduate enrollment. “This is a tremendous opportunity...

Preservation Commission approves additional findings for preservation of Harley Clarke Mansion

Preservation Commission approves additional findings for preservation of Harley Clarke Mansion

Ruiqi Chen, Reporter

November 14, 2018


Filed under City, Latest Stories, Local, Top City Stories

The Evanston Preservation Commission reviewed and approved findings for the preservation of Harley Clarke Mansion at Tuesday’s meeting, following their unanimous denial of the city’s application for demolition last month. The Harley Clarke Mansion is located on the lakefront in north Evanston...

Pritzker, Rauner, to make joint appearance at bicentennial

Pritzker, Rauner, to make joint appearance at bicentennial

Kristina Karisch, City Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under City, Latest Stories, State, Top City Stories

To commemorate the Illinois bicentennial, Gov. Bruce Rauner and Governor-elect J.B. Pritzker will be making a joint appearance at the state’s 200th birthday celebration. The party will mark 200 years since Illinois was founded on Dec. 3, 1818, becoming the 21st state to join the Union. Following...

Cross Country: Aubrey Roberts clinches NCAA Championship bid as Wildcats fall short of berth

Cross Country: Aubrey Roberts clinches NCAA Championship bid as Wildcats fall short of berth

Troy Closson, Managing Editor

November 13, 2018


Filed under Cross Country, Latest Stories, Sports, Top Sports Stories

Cross Country At this weekend’s NCAA Midwest Regionals — a meet that marked either the end of Northwestern’s season or the team’s first appearance at NCAA Championships in program history — the Wildcats fell short. NU finished fifth overall in team standings with 205 points, traili...

Affording NU: Don’t assume everyone knows how to network

Allie Goulding, Development & Recruitment Editor

November 13, 2018


Filed under Columns, Latest Stories, Opinion

In this series, a writer explores the everyday struggles of being a low-income student at Northwestern. In my last column, I discussed the requirement I saw on many internship applications: “Previous internship experience is required.” This creates an unnecessary barrier to students who can’t afford to have previous unpaid inte...