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ASG, students offer mixed views on new Subway in Norris

Cat Zakrzewski, Assistant Summer Editor

September 1, 2013

An Associated Student Government leader says her committee was not consulted about bringing Subway to Norris University Center, a move that has led to mixed reactions over the summer. Following the announcement earlier this month that Subway would replace Big Ten Cafe, nuSushi and Windy City Deli...

Kamel: My illumination: Making history by uncovering the past

Kamel: My illumination: Making history by uncovering the past

Jonathan Kamel, Guest Columnist

September 1, 2013

Ukraine used to be home to more than 2 million Jews. I grew up hearing stories from my grandfather of a thriving Jewish community in his hometown of Maniewicze (also known as Manevychi) in Western Ukraine. Jewish children played soccer in the streets, mothers cooked Shabbat dinner feasts every Friday night,...

ETHS students start first year without class ranking

Edward Cox, Assistant Summer Editor

August 30, 2013

Evanston Township High School students started their first year without class ranking this week, the result of a nearly unanimous decision over the summer. On June 24, the District 202 board voted 6-1 to discontinue the practice at ETHS and 5-2 to do so immediately with 2014's graduating class. Pete...

Statistical Preview: Northwestern vs. California

John Paschall, Reporter

August 29, 2013

We’ve done plenty of analysis on Northwestern with our positional previews. Here’s a look at the Wildcats' Week 1 opponent, the California Golden Bears: The Bear Raid It has been well documented that new Cal head coach Sonny Dykes will bring a high-powered offense to Berkeley this year. Some h...

OfficeMax to open in downtown Evanston

Jeanne Kuang, Assistant Summer Editor

August 28, 2013

OfficeMax is coming to downtown Evanston, a city official confirmed Wednesday afternoon. City manager Wally Bobkiewicz said the office supply store will open in Sherman Plaza, located on Sherman Avenue between Church and Davis streets. Crain's Chicago Business reported Wednesday that it will move in by the end of the year. Bobkiewicz said he does not know when the store will open. An OfficeMax spokeswoman did not respond to a request for comment Wednesday afternoon. This wil...