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The Cook County State Attorney’s office said that the decision is “consistent” with their policy about peaceful protesters.
Misdemeanor charges dropped against NU faculty for activity during pro-Palestinian encampment
Shreya Srinivasan, Print Managing Editor • July 19, 2024

Cook County’s State Attorney dropped charges against three Northwestern faculty members and one graduate student Friday after being charged earlier this month for “obstructing a police officer” at the pro-Palestinian encampment in April.  The four individuals were charged with Class-A misdemeanors,...

The Cook County State Attorney’s office said that the decision is “consistent” with their policy about peaceful protesters.
Four individuals face charges for April's pro-Palestine encampment
Shannon Tyler, Summer Editor in Chief • July 16, 2024
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Daily Mini Crossword, July 25, 2024
Lizzie Ferrazza, Summer Games Editor • July 25, 2024
Summer Sounds helps fulfill the Evanston Thrives Retail District Action Plan goals.
Captured: Downtown’s joint market, concert series offers eclectic summer night
Shreya Srinivasan, Print Managing Editor • July 22, 2024

Welcome to The Daily’s photo blog: Captured. This is a space for The Daily’s photographers to share their best work, including photos from weekend performances and events around the community. You can contact the photo editor by emailing [email protected]. Evanston launched the first joint concert of its Summer Sounds series last Thursday July 11 with the annual Thursday Night Market series, offering an eclectic summer experience.  Local funk ‘n rock band Chicken Bone cruised through a nearly two-and-a-half hour set.   The Thursday Night Market, in its fifth year of bringing Chicagoland artisans and small businesses to Fountain Square, saw around 1000 attendees, according...

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Meeting of the Musical Masters: Marc-Andre Hamelin and Midori in concert at the Ravinia Festival
Ben Kim, Reporter • July 9, 2024
Preview of what is happening in Chicagoland this week.
The Week Ahead, July 8-14: Markets, Art Festivals and Concerts in Chicagoland
Nineth Kanieski Koso, Reporter • July 8, 2024
Matt Gentile, peddles Independence Day merchandise out of a wagon before the parade.
Street vendors flourish at Evanston's Fourth of July parade
Benjamin Fogler, Reporter • July 8, 2024
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Perry: A little humility goes a long way
Perry: A little humility goes a long way
Alex Perry, Staff Writer • June 4, 2024
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NU Declassified: Prof. Barbara Butts teaches leadership through stage management
NU Declassified: Prof. Barbara Butts teaches leadership through stage management
Edward Simon Cruz, Assistant Audio Editor • May 19, 2024
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Emily Kim, Digital Managing Editor • June 19, 2024
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