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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


Schill defended his decision to negotiate with pro-Palestinian activists and emphasized his commitment to free speech and student safety Thursday morning.

University President Michael Schill tried to walk a thin line in his remarks before congress. He still faces dissatisfaction from dueling camps.

May 24, 2024

Facing tough questions from lawmakers about his response to pro-Palestinian activism, University President Michael Schill attempted to perform a balancing act during his Thursday morning testimony before...

Evanston Made’s group show features various photography and mixed media works.

Evanston Made exhibits ‘painstaking’ photography, mixed media art

January 7, 2024

Local art nonprofit Evanston Made opened its Photography & Mixed Media group show at Gallery OTR Saturday, featuring everything from photography to bubble wrap art. The exhibit, which will run until...

A building with trees and a lawn in front.

Proposed Illinois bill would ban schools from referring students to police to be ticketed

March 6, 2023

A proposed Illinois bill would prohibit school officials from referring students to local law enforcement for ticketing.  Introduced by State Rep. La Shawn Ford (D-Chicago) in mid-February, the legislation...

An old stone building with towers and a red roof, covered in ivy.

Harley Clarke Mansion faces uncertain future as Artists Book House withdraws from project

February 2, 2023

After a contentious Administration & Public Works Committee meeting Jan. 9, Artists Book House decided it would withdraw from the Harley Clarke Mansion, capping off the group’s three-year attempt...

A gavel placed over a pie chart with different-sized slices representing students of different skin tones.

Northwestern faculty reflect on Supreme Court affirmative action cases, discuss past and future of race in college admissions

November 2, 2022

Three months after its decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and revoke the constitutional right to an abortion, the Supreme Court is back in session. This term, it’s taking up another major issue: the future...

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