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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

Tables and chairs are spaced six feet apart in preparation for in-person dining at Northwestern.

Dining services adjust to Wildcat Wellness, COVID-19 restrictions

September 18, 2020

Despite initial student speculation, Northwestern will not be going viral on TikTok for serving moldy food during Wildcat Wellness. However, dining during and after the first week of school will look very...

Weinberg sophomore Hugo Compton studies at Norris University Center. Compton has Type 1 Diabetes, which he said can significantly affect his academic performance.

Students with Type 1 Diabetes say dining halls don’t have enough options

November 26, 2019

Students with Type 1 Diabetes said they often lack the healthy meal options they need on campus, adding to the difficulties of dealing with a chronic illness. Weinberg sophomore Melanie Wolter said...

Sodexo and Aramark employees march in a protest last spring. Service workers allege a University employee has been abusive and created workplace conflict, said advocacy group Students Organizing for Labor Rights.

SOLR alleges Compass employee mistreated and abused dining hall workers, calls for his removal

May 31, 2019

Students Organizing for Labor Rights, a group working toward improving conditions for service workers on campus, alleged Wednesday that a Northwestern employee has been mistreating and abusing dining hall...

 Elder dining hall. Elder is one of the on-campus dining halls that will be closed for the fall due to the University’s decision to de-densify campus.

Students say construction to Elder dining hall has made the dorm ‘uninhabitable’

April 14, 2019

Studying for finals in Elder Hall’s first-floor lounge, Weinberg freshman Abby Heath was alarmed when she heard “jackhammer noises” beneath her. She quickly realized where the noise was coming from:...

Boxes of food Campus Kitchens distributes to food-insecure Evanston residents. The organization can no longer use University vans, and now drives Zipcars or personal vehicles to transport the food around Evanston.

After losing access to University vans, Campus Kitchens struggles with transportation costs

March 1, 2019

A single van is all Campus Kitchens would need to help feed the food-insecure people of Evanston. But since the beginning of the academic year, Campus Kitchens — alongside several other volunteer organizations...

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