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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

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A person with a gray suit, a colorful scarf, a beard, and glasses stands in front of two large canvas portraits, a yellow and orange one on the right and a predominantly green painting on the left.

Chicago artist David Geary’s exhibit ‘Experimental’ explores Black identity through colorful portraits

January 23, 2023

Chicago artist David Anthony Geary said he almost missed his life calling. While studying biology as a pre-med student at Xavier University of Louisiana, Geary was preparing to become a psychiatrist...

It’s Christmas time –- snow is falling from the sky and presents are heaped together on top of snow next to a tree and a snowman.

The Daily’s Guide to celebrating the holidays on campus

December 1, 2022

The holiday season is back. Here are some upcoming events around Northwestern’s campus, from performances to holiday treats and get-togethers. South Area  The South Area leadership team planned...

A person with long white hair and a white scarf stands in front of different colored frames.

Connie Noyes’ ‘we are built in water’ exhibit explores personal and collective grief

November 20, 2022

When Connie Noyes lost her husband and father within 10 days of each other, art served as a crucial healing and coping mechanism. Noyes’ most recent exhibit, “we are built in water,” reflects on...

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Evanston Art Center features artists over the age of 50 at Later Impressions Exhibit

October 23, 2022

Curated in partnership with the Chicago Alliance of Visual Artists, Evanston Art Center’s newly opened exhibit, Later Impressions, highlights the work of artists over the age of 50. The Later Impressions...

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New Evanston Art Center exhibit ‘HIVE Expanded’ reflects on man-made nature

October 2, 2022

The Evanston Art Center’s newest exhibit, “HIVE Expanded,” uses ceramics and sketches to draw attention to the impact a small change can have on the environment. The exhibit, originally curated...

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