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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

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The Best of Distros: 12 classes you should consider to fulfill your degree requirements

August 12, 2022

Still trying to figure out what to take in the fall, or perhaps an easy way to breeze through distribution requirements? Or maybe you’re trying to plan out all of your undergraduate courses until you...

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MSA Queer Book Club, APIDA Book of the Quarter to hold discussions in winter

February 1, 2022

Cozying up with a novel is often a luxury for Northwestern students, as finding free time can be difficult amid a busy quarter system.  Book Clubs and Reading Series, a NU Multicultural Student Affairs...

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Caregiver faculty, students reflect on University childcare aid, voice concerns around return to in-person work

May 28, 2021

For much of the past year, Asian American and African American Studies Prof. Nitasha Tamar Sharma said she felt like she failed her son. While her daughter has managed to independently finish fourth...

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Activists and scholars imagine a world without police and prisons at “Abolitionist Futures” speaker event

May 6, 2021

On the sixth anniversary of Chicago’s reparations ordinance, local activists and scholars discussed police abolition, collective approaches to community organizing and healing from state violence in...

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“Another chapter in a very old, very long, very American story”: Scholars discuss Atlanta spa shootings

April 8, 2021

Northwestern’s Asian American Studies program co-hosted a panel Wednesday alongside Brandeis University and Dartmouth College to discuss the ways the recent Atlanta spa shootings reveal historically...

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