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Transit authorities delay bus route changes after residents voice concerns

Transit authorities delay bus route changes after residents voice concerns

Keerti Gopal, Reporter

April 30, 2018


Filed under City, Latest Stories, Local, Top Stories

Transit authorities delayed changes that would threaten direct transportation to and from Evanston Township High School after unanimous recommendation from aldermen on Monday. The proposed changes were released in April as part of the North Shore Coordination Plan, a joint effort between Pace and...

Aldermen place ‘brothel law’ discussion on committee’s agenda

Aldermen place ‘brothel law’ discussion on committee’s agenda

Samantha Handler, Assistant City Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under City, Latest Stories, Local

Aldermen unanimously voted Monday to place the discussion about the city’s three-unrelated rule — often referred to as the city’s “brothel law” — on the agenda of the next Planning and Development Committee meeting. The ordinance states that more than three unrelated people cannot live...

Aldermen approve changes to city code allowing for rental of coach houses

Aldermen approve changes to city code allowing for rental of coach houses

Jane Recker, Assistant Monthly Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under City, Latest Stories, Local

Aldermen amended city code at an April 23 council meeting to allow the rental of coach houses to non-family members, a change that aims to increase affordable housing in Evanston. The amendment passed unanimously, changing city policy that formerly only allowed property owners to rent out coach houses...

Northwestern professor earns American Academy of of Arts and Letters award

Northwestern professor earns American Academy of of Arts and Letters award

Jonah Dylan, Campus Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under Campus, Facilities, Latest Stories

Slavic Prof. Clare Cavanagh received the American Academy of Arts and Letters 2018 Award in Literature, according to a Monday news release. The award is given out for exceptional accomplishment in writing by an academy comprised of 250 members, including architects, artists, composers and writers....

Dining transition, tuition increase, Latinx Asian American Collective discussed at community dialogue

Dining transition, tuition increase, Latinx Asian American Collective discussed at community dialogue

Gabby Birenbaum, Assistant Campus Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under Campus, Events, Latest Stories, Top Stories

Students, faculty and administrators discussed the University’s new dining contract, tuition increases and the Latinx Asian American Collective, among other topics, at a community dialogue in Foster-Walker Complex on Monday. Robert Brown, the director of Social Justice Education, facilitated the...