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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

Jordan Wallace chats with people at the Dajae Coleman Achievement Award Ceremony on Sunday evening at Koi. Wallace and Aaron Smith each received the first annual award, which goes to two Evanston Township High School freshmen in memory of Dajae Coleman.

Dajae Coleman Foundation awards first annual achievement scholarship

March 2, 2014

The nonprofit inspired by slain 14-year-old Dajae Coleman awarded its first annual achievement scholarships Sunday to local students. The Dajae Coleman Foundation, created after the Evanston teen's...

The first annual Dae Dae World Weekend honored slain Evanston teen Dajae Coleman. Coleman was shot and killed a year ago Sunday.

Evanston community unites for first annual Dae Dae World Weekend

September 22, 2013

The Dajae Coleman Foundation hosted the first annual Dae Dae World Weekend to commemorate the honor roll student killed near Evanston Township High School a year ago Sunday. The high school freshman,...

Dajae Coleman Foundation members Rita Roseman (left) and LaTanya Copeland (right) on Saturday manage a ticket raffle for the four books Dajae had checked out from the library in Evanston Township High School before his death. Tiffany Rice, Dajaes mother, hopes to start an online book club based on the four books.

Photo gallery: Dajae Coleman Foundation kick-off event

June 15, 2013

Members of the Dajae Coleman Foundation met for the first time Saturday and prepared to launch youth-oriented initiatives in memory of the Evanston teen who was killed last fall. Friends and family...

Evanston residents paid tribute Saturday to Dajae Coleman, a 14-year-old boy who was killed in the 1500 block of Church Street. Dae Dae World is written on a red cloth on a tree near the site of the fatal shooting last fall.

Dajae Coleman Foundation plans youth programs to honor slain Evanston teen

June 15, 2013

Members of the Dajae Coleman Foundation met for the first time Saturday and prepared to launch youth-oriented initiatives in memory of the Evanston teen who was killed last fall. Friends and family...

ETHS freshman Dajae Coleman was killed in September. Tiffany Rice, Coleman’s mother, announced last month she is creating the Foundation for Dajae Coleman to honor her son and enrich the Evanston community.

Mother of slain Evanston teen to start foundation in son’s name

April 15, 2013

The mother of slain Evanston teen Dajae Coleman is starting a foundation in her son’s name to support youth in the city. Tiffany Rice, Coleman’s mother, announced last month she is creating the...

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