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The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Red and brown round object on the right side. In front of it, to the left, is a white, black and blue syringe. To the right of the picture are the same colored bottles. To the extreme right of the photo are white gloves and a blue and gray bottle with a plus sign on it.

COVID-19 vaccine requirement established for city employees

November 16, 2021

All Evanston employees are required to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit negative tests to the city every week as of Nov. 15. The city first created the policy in mid-October, and by...

A CTA train pulls away from the station. Several individuals stand on the elevated platform in the daylight waiting for a train.

CTA plans 100 percent ADA accessible rail system by 2036

January 7, 2016

Chicago Transit Authority announced Wednesday its plan to make all CTA rail stations handicap accessible within 20 years. CTA President Dorval Carter introduced this plan at Chicago’s celebration...

Evanston art exhibit aims to change public perception of those living with disabilities

November 15, 2015

For Reveca Torres, using a wheelchair is not as much of a burden as people may think. Instead, Torres considers the wheelchair a tool for independence. “A lot of people think a wheelchair is limiting,...

Parks and Recreation Board votes to rehabilitate rather than redesign Penny Park

October 2, 2015

Evanston’s Parks and Recreation Board unanimously voted last week to formally recommend City Council decide to rehabilitate Penny Park to meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards rather than demolish...

Katie Young, a student at Lincolnwood Elementary School, speaks about Penny Park to Evanston City Council. Young submitted a petition signed by classmates calling for the park not to get demolished.

Evanston aldermen pass Penny Park decision to city board

January 26, 2015

Evanston City Council on Monday voted unanimously to pass the decision on how to approach the Penny Park redesign project to the city's Parks and Recreation Board. The board will determine how to address current...

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