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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

Shelley Barry protests outside a talk by Princeton Prof. Peter Singer, who in the past has advocated for euthanizing disabled babies. Singer arrived at NU on Saturday as a speaker for the Chicago Humanities Festival and was met by a group of protesters outside Norris University Center.

Disability rights activists protest Princeton philosopher Peter Singer

October 25, 2015

Demonstrators lined up outside Norris University Center on Saturday to protest Princeton philosopher Peter Singer, who spoke on effective altruism and animal equality for the 26th annual Chicago Humanities...

Qaseem: Patients should not be denied assisted suicide

March 31, 2015

On March 22, Valentina Maureira, a 14-year-old Chilean girl suffering from cystic fibrosis, changed her mind about her desire for euthanasia. A mere month after pleading for permission to die, the girl...

Evanston Police Cmdr. James Pickett updates aldermen on the city’s efforts to take over operations at the Evanston Animal Shelter. Pickett is one of several city officials overseeing the shelter’s transition to city control.

City to consider two possible replacements for CARE

April 29, 2014

City Council voted Monday night to discuss the two volunteer animal care organizations who had expressed interest in replacing Community Animal Rescue Effort as a partner of the Evanston Animal Shelter....

Search for CARE replacement will start next month, mayor says

April 11, 2014

City officials will begin a search next month to find a new organization to run the Evanston animal shelter and replace the Community Animal Rescue Effort, Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl announced Thursday. At...

Ald. Delores Holmes (5th) speaks to City Council and recommends the city end its relationship with Community Animal Rescue Effort. The council voted 4-2 to terminate the partnership with the nonprofit.

City Council votes to cut ties with CARE

April 9, 2014

At a heated and tense meeting, City Council moved Tuesday night to end Evanston's relationship with Community Animal Rescue Effort, ordering the organization to end its work at the city's animal shelter. “To...

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