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Women’s Golf: Northwestern fades late, places fifth in California

Kevin Casey, Reporter

April 15, 2015

Filed under Sports, Women's Golf

Women's Golf Then-No. 12 Northwestern nearly completed an epic comeback on Tuesday before faltering at the finish. For the second consecutive event, the Wildcats entered as the highest-ranked team in the field and failed...

Women’s Golf: Northwestern attempts to build confidence for postseason at Silverado Showdown

Kevin Casey, Reporter

April 12, 2015

Filed under Golf, Sports

Golf All season, the Wildcats have geared their lineup decisions toward the Big Ten Championships. With one tournament to go before the large conference bash, the team finds itself relying more on its younger players. ...

Fencing: Wildcats look to go undefeated in Colorado

Kevin Casey, Sports Editor

January 15, 2015

Filed under Fencing, Sports

Fencing The fall preseason was stellar for the Wildcats — even with some injuries. Head coach Laurie Schiller has already voiced high expectations for his squad, including winning every dual meet, a trip to the conf...

Fencing: Northwestern carries high expectations into winter

Alex Lederman, Reporter

January 6, 2015

Filed under Fencing, Sports

Fencing The goals for Northwestern this year are simple. “We want to win every dual meet, we want to get to the conference championship and we want to send six kids to NCAAs and finish in the top five,” coach Laurie ...

Ski Trip’s upcoming event in Colorado raises questions about Northwestern’s marijuana policy

Emily Chin, Reporter

November 19, 2014

Filed under Campus, Latest Stories

Marijuana use will be prohibited on Ski Trip despite the drug's legal status in Colorado, a Northwestern administrator told The Daily. The trip, which is sold out for the first time this year, will take more than 900 students to Copper...

Northwestern releases John Evans report, committee concludes he had no direct involvement in massacre but University ignored ‘significant moral failures’

Ciara McCarthy and Rebecca Savransky

May 29, 2014

Filed under Administration, Campus, Latest Stories

Northwestern released Thursday a report detailing NU founder John Evans’ involvement in the Sand Creek Massacre, finding no evidence that Evans was directly involved in planning the massacre but that the University ignored his...

Protein Bar will not replace Lululemon

Paige Leskin, Assistant City Editor

April 13, 2014

Filed under Business, City

Health food restaurant Protein Bar is no longer coming to downtown Evanston, a city official confirmed last week. Protein Bar was slotted to replace athletic apparel store Lululemon Athletica, which closed its doors in August...