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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

Borrok: A farewell, with some thoughts on how we talk about slurs

March 12, 2021

This past week, NBA player Meyers Leonard was caught on a livestream yelling an anti-Semetic slur during a video game. He is not the first person to be caught using hate speech, in the realm of athletics...

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 1004 Greenwood St. Religious leaders recently created a group to protect marginalized people.

Religious leaders form group to protect marginalized residents

May 17, 2017

Members of Evanston’s religious community are spearheading an effort to protect marginalized groups by standing together to resist acts of hatred and violence. The effort, dubbed “Evanston4All,”...

Gov. Bruce Rauner declares victory on election night celebration in 2014. Rauner unveiled plans recently to combat hate crimes in Illinois.

Rauner aims to combat hate crimes, anti-Semitic attacks in Illinois

April 11, 2017

In light of the recent nationwide attacks on Jewish community centers, synagogues and cemeteries, Gov. Bruce Rauner unveiled new plans last month to combat hate crimes across the state. Rauner announced...

Lawyer: Kafker intoxicated during Alice Millar vandalism

May 11, 2016

Former Northwestern student Matthew Kafker was “incredibly intoxicated” when he allegedly vandalized Alice Millar Chapel in March, his lawyer said Wednesday. Kafker, who pleaded not guilty to two...

Former Northwestern student Anthony Morales pleads not guilty in vandalism case

May 11, 2016

Former Northwestern freshman Anthony Morales pled not guilty Wednesday to two dozen criminal charges, including 12 hate crime charges, related to the March 11 vandalism of Alice Millar Chapel Morales...

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