The Daily Northwestern

Police Blotter: Former Officemax employee charged with forgery

Jeremy Margolis, Reporter

February 23, 2016

A 39-year-old former OfficeMax employee who reportedly stole $7,400 from the store over a three-month period was charged with forgery Monday, police said. The loss prevention manager of the store, 2255 Howard St., reported the th...

Client of School of Law’s wrongful convictions center cleared of 1980 murder and attempted rape

Peter Kotecki, Reporter

August 18, 2015

Daniel Andersen, a client of Northwestern School of Law’s Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth and The University of Chicago’s Exoneration Project, was cleared Thursday of murder and attempted rape convictions for w...

ETHS, District 65 stand to lose millions from state budget proposal

Marissa Page, Assistant City Editor

May 29, 2015

Evanston schools could lose up to almost $9 million in state assets if a bill passes that reforms funding for Illinois schools. The losses — about $6.6 million for Evanston/Skokie School District 65 and $2.2 million for School...

Northwestern alumni win Pulitzers

Mariana Alfaro, Assistant Campus Editor

April 20, 2015

Two Northwestern alumni were part of reporting teams that won the highest award in journalism Monday. Rebecca Kimitch (Weinberg ‘98) won the Pulitzer Prize for local reporting and a Seattle Times team that included Brian Rosenthal (Medill ‘11) won the Pulitzer for breaking ne...