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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

The Emergency Resource Exchange connects manufacturers and organizations with idle supplies to healthcare providers in need of help.

Rheaply, Northwestern lab launch medical supply exchange to fight shortage crisis

April 9, 2020

Early this week, Chicago startup Rheaply and the McCormick School of Engineering collaboratively launched an online marketplace to help healthcare providers get necessary supplies to face the COVID-19...

(Stephen Council/Daily Senior Staffer) Student Holdings’ office in October. The independent nonprofit will have to pay rent, even as the off-campus space sits unused this spring.

COVID-19 crisis deals financial blow to nonprofit Student Holdings

April 7, 2020

Student Holdings, the student-run nonprofit holdings company that manages three Northwestern and Evanston businesses, had one of its best months ever in February, CEO Henry Forcier said. Then, suddenly,...

Over 75 percent of the materials at Art Makers Outpost comes from partnerships and contributions in order to prevent items from ending up in landfills. Repurposed items include old milk crates and coffee cans.

Art Makers Outpost brings creativity and sustainability to South Evanston

February 2, 2020

Paper towel rolls and plastic caps might seem like items meant for the recycling bin. But Valerie Kahan thinks differently. She does not see these things as garbage, but rather as art materials. That’s...

Huang: Businesses should value the employees that make them

January 6, 2020

Whenever I need a ride, I’ve always enjoyed using Lyft more than Uber; I’ve found that Lyft drivers are kinder, more relaxed and are almost always up for meaningful chats along the ride.  As I...

Flyhomes CEO Tushar Garg and VP of Operations Jonathan Paul. The four-year-old real estate startup has helped over 1,000 clients close on over $1 billion in homes.

Flyhomes, four years after starting at Kellogg, scales up with $141 million in financing

November 26, 2019

On August 15, Flyhomes announced $141 million in new financing, a huge infusion of cash for the four-year-old real estate startup. At some companies, that might warrant a break or a few days of celebration. Not...

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