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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

The Reparations Ambassadors program is made up of white and non-black people of color who will take on the responsibility of educating others and fundraising.

Evanston Present and Future starts Reparations Ambassador program

November 17, 2020

Ever since Evanston started talks of reparations in June 2019, Kemone Hendricks has been there. The Evanston Present and Future founder has spoken at several city council meetings in support of the...

Evanston artist Melissa Blount at a February event. Blount is a collaborator on a project sponsored by the city’s Arts Council.

Collaborative art project connects Evanston residents

February 18, 2018

Community artist and organizer Jason Brown launched a collaborative art project Sunday in a shared effort to bring residents together during the “cold, isolating” winter months. The “unCovered”...

Artwork by Evanston community members is displayed in Downtown Evanston to cheer people up in the winter. Artwork will be displayed in the next few months as part of “Winter HeARTh 2016: TryAngles.”

Public art project to install color, inspiration downtown

February 18, 2016

A&E In a few weeks, Evanston’s Church Street Plaza will be decorated with vibrant, three-dimensional artwork in order to brighten the daily routines of people getting on and off the Metra. Evanston...

Evanston resident Jessica Iverson (right) and others fold origami at “Flight for Peace.” The event was held at the Evanston Ecology Center and is a part of the Winter HeARTh series.

Evanston holds origami folding event to promote peace

March 1, 2015

As part of an ongoing winter program series, the city held an event Sunday where attendees attempted to fold 1,000 origami paper cranes to promote a wish for peace. The Evanston Arts Council sponsored...

A mural is being created on the fence surrounding an empty lots on the corner of Davis Street and Oak Avenue. The lot was once home to Taco Diablo and other businesses, which were destroyed in a fire in December 2013.

City brings art to lot destroyed by December fire

October 23, 2014

Local artists will be working throughout the next few weeks to create a mural surrounding empty lots on the corner of Davis Street and Oak Avenue, where a fire in December 2013 destroyed three local...

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