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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

Northwestern students returning home for the summer may apply for travel aid and other financial assistance. Students were also given the option of living in graduate housing, according to Residential Services.

NU offers support to international students deciding whether to go home

June 14, 2020

For international students who lived in Evanston this spring, the difficult decision to stay in the United States or return home at the end of the quarter is nothing new — they made a similar decision...

Safe Ride vehicles. Safe Ride is set to be replaced by the ride share service Via this upcoming academic year, though the deal is not yet finalized.

Safe Ride decision motivated by ‘a desire to increase safety,’ Jim Roberts tells students in email response

September 1, 2019

Northwestern has confirmed it will move forward with the plan to replace Safe Ride with Via despite student pushback, Jim Roberts, the University’s executive director of division services, told concerned...

A Via vehicle. Although students have reacted negatively to the Universitys partnership with the ride share service, which will replace Safe Ride, Northwestern administrators still plan to finalize the deal.

Despite student outcry, University plans to move forward with Via deal

August 25, 2019

Northwestern still plans to strike a deal with the ride share service Via this fall despite students’ negative reactions to the plan. The agreement with Via is still in the works, Jim Roberts, the...

A Via vehicle. Via, a private rideshare service will replace Safe Ride, which employs Northwestern students.

Safe Ride to be replaced by rideshare service Via, Northwestern announces

August 12, 2019

Northwestern’s Safe Ride service will be replaced with cars and drivers from the rideshare service Via for the 2019-2020 academic year, the Division of Student Affairs announced Monday in an email to...

University President Morton Schapiro. Schapiro discussed the $94 million budget deficit, CAPS funding and non-tenure-oriented faculty at a Wednesday Q&A.

Despite deficit, President Schapiro says ‘no constraint’ on student services funding

January 24, 2019

University President Morton Schapiro discussed the budget deficit and controversial visiting evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa during a Wednesday question-and-answer session. Schapiro’s “Southwest...

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