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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

Mayoral candidate and 20-year-old Evanston Township High School graduate Sebastian Nalls. Nalls spoke with the Daily about his public safety platform.

Mayoral candidate Sebastian Nalls talks Police Reform

February 18, 2021

Evanston mayoral candidate Sebastian Nalls said his plan to implement police reform within his first 90 days in office sets his public safety platform apart from those of his opponents. Nalls, a 20-year-old...

Dr. Steven Thrasher is the inaugural Daniel H. Renberg Chair of social justice in reporting. His new class provides a space for students to think and learn about how viruses intersect with issues such as race, sexuality, disability, economics and the news media.

Dr. Steven Thrasher talks protests, coronavirus and policing

June 3, 2020

Dr. Steven Thrasher is the Daniel H. Renberg Chair of social justice in reporting at the Medill School of Journalism as well as a faculty member at the Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and...

Schwartz: Philadelphia riots reveal racial bias toward white violence

February 6, 2018

As I watched coverage of the celebrations taking place in Philadelphia after the Eagles won the 2018 Super Bowl this past Sunday, I thought, “This is going to get interesting.” People on social media...

President Barack Obama addresses the International Association of Chiefs of Police in Chicago on Tuesday. Obama defended police officers and their work amid the national debate surrounding officers use of force.

Obama urges federal support for police at law enforcement conference in Chicago

October 27, 2015

CHICAGO — President Barack Obama on Tuesday highlighted the need to restore trust between police officers and communities amid spikes of violent crime in many urban areas. The president addressed...

Painted messages cover boarded up windows in Ferguson, Missouri, a year after the city erupted following the police shooting of Michael Brown. Prof. Amy Sanders and seven students from NU-Q traveled to Ferguson this summer to study the issues of media coverage and race following the shooting.

NU-Q students study race, media in Ferguson

October 5, 2015

Sitting in the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport a little over a year ago, Amy Sanders waited for a flight that would take her more than 7,000 miles away from her friends and family. But even after...

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