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Wrestling: After marquee win against Virginia Tech, Northwestern set for Las Vegas tournament play

Wrestling: After marquee win against Virginia Tech, Northwestern set for Las Vegas tournament play

Greg Svirnovskiy, Reporter

November 28, 2018

Wrestling After a shocking loss to unranked North Dakota State the week before, No. 23 Northwestern, (1-1, 0-0 Big Ten) tried something different in the lead up to its last game against then-No. 10 Virginia Tech. Upperclassmen led the team on an impromptu prayer circle, emphasizing unity and stre...

‘Earthquake Chica’ to premiere this weekend, touch on feminism and Latinx culture

‘Earthquake Chica’ to premiere this weekend, touch on feminism and Latinx culture

Crystal Wall, Assistant A&E Editor

November 28, 2018

Communication sophomore Lucia Boyd said she wanted to create a show that was accessible to everyone, not just the theater community. Through outreach events like a multicultural poetry night, a free salsa class and dialogues on diversity in theater, “Earthquake Chica” has made an effort to bring...

Q&A: Debbie-Marie Brown on her new EP, “Not Too Fast”

Q&A: Debbie-Marie Brown on her new EP, “Not Too Fast”

Janea Wilson, Reporter

November 28, 2018

Most people would be happy just to have two full albums under their belt by the time they turned 21; that wasn’t good enough for Medill junior Debbie-Marie Brown. We sat down with her to hear more about her new EP, “Not Too Fast,” which drops early winter quarter on Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube. The Daily: ...

Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown to speak at ETHS

Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown to speak at ETHS

Charlotte Walsh, A&E Editor

November 28, 2018

Social worker, television personality, activist and father — these are all words that come to mind when thinking about Karamo Brown, resident culture expert and core member of the “Fab Five” on Netflix’s “Queer Eye.” Next week, Brown will show how he has combined these identities to succeed...

Evanston’s community engagement manager to retire

Evanston’s community engagement manager to retire

Kristina Karisch and Amelia Langas

November 28, 2018

Martha Logan’s first day working for Evanston was unremarkable. But she was glad to be there, and is glad she stayed. Nearly three decades later, Logan is now the community engagement manager, a position she will retire from at the end of the year. Logan said she started off working as a public...