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Evanston man charged with sexual assault for second time

Evanston man charged with sexual assault for second time

Cassidy Wang, Assistant City Editor

September 12, 2019

An Evanston man was charged last week with a sexual assault incident that took place on June 1, according to a Wednesday Evanston Police Department news release. After an investigation, EPD found that Evanston man Jason Taylor contacted a woman in her 20s through a dating app and sexually assaulted...

Football Notebook: Don’t expect Pat Fitzgerald to be honest about injuries

Football Notebook: Don’t expect Pat Fitzgerald to be honest about injuries

Peter Warren, Print Managing Editor

September 11, 2019

Football With the status of sophomore running back Isaiah Bowser and senior cornerback Trae Williams unknown after they both left the Stanford game, coach Pat Fitzgerald did not provide any further information at Monday’s press conference. Fitzgerald said both are “running around” — t...

Men’s Soccer: In loss to Bowling Green, Cats get shut out for second straight game

Men’s Soccer: In loss to Bowling Green, Cats get shut out for second straight game

Sophia Scanlan, Assistant Sports Editor

September 11, 2019

Men’s Soccer Things didn’t seem to fall in place for Northwestern on Sunday. Despite having nine shots, nine corner kicks and possession for 51 percent of the game, the Wildcats (1-3) couldn’t put the pieces together for a goal — much less a win — against Bowling Green (3-0-1) in front...

Change to health insurance could increase costs for students, will remove price limit on outpatient mental health treatment

Change to health insurance could increase costs for students, will remove price limit on outpatient mental health treatment

Cameron Cook, Reporter

September 11, 2019

Northwestern has removed a cap on mental health appointment copays as part of its insurance plan for the 2019-2020 academic year, which may increase the out-of-pocket cost for students and employees seeking treatment. Outpatient mental health treatment — which Aetna, the University’s insurance ...

Council advances reparations plan to counter wealth, opportunity gaps

Council advances reparations plan to counter wealth, opportunity gaps

Cassidy Wang, Assistant City Editor

September 10, 2019

Aldermen approved reparations recommendations made by the Equity and Empowerment Commission at City Council on Monday, a first step in addressing wealth and opportunity gaps experienced by black residents. From property tax relief for longtime residential property owners to down payment and rental...