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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

In an illustration, two women look at Northwestern’s Kellogg Global Hub.

Womxn in Economics group founded to lend support, confront field’s gender disparities

March 10, 2021

The need for Northwestern’s new Womxn in Economics organization was proven in its creation. Weinberg senior Eliana Buckner said she met more female economics majors on the group’s executive board than...

April 1 is Census Day, the day that determines who and where people are counted in the 2020 census. The Constitution mandates a census of the population every 10 years.

A Northwestern student’s guide to filling out the 2020 Census

April 3, 2020

During the month of March, homes across the United States received an invitation to fill out the decennial, which every U.S. resident has a constitutional mandate to complete. Given the COVID-19 pandemic...

The Ripple: Challenges and importance of the 2020 Census

The Ripple: Challenges and importance of the 2020 Census

February 27, 2020

CLARE PROCTOR: From the Daily Northwestern, I’m Clare Proctor. MAYA RETER: And I’m Maya Reter. Welcome to The Ripple, a biweekly podcast on the effects of state and national politics on the Evanston...

Supporters for the Simple Plan hold banners and sing at the 2019 Special Session of the United Methodist General Conference. Some local Methodists are considering a split from the Church.

After ban on LGBT-inclusive practices, progressive Methodists in Evanston see potential split of church

May 15, 2019

Many progressive Methodists in the Evanston community are facing difficult decisions after the church strengthened bans on LGBT-inclusive practices, with some predicting a possible split. At a special...

Weinberg Prof. Bill Savage spoke to a crowd of students. He gave a talk Thursday about gentrification and his experiences as a Rogers Park native.

Weinberg Prof. Bill Savage talks gentrification in Rogers Park, social justice at community event

April 12, 2019

Bill Savage has rented and lived in Rogers Park for the past 55 years, but when he made the decision to become a homeowner, a question dawned on him: “Am I gentrifying Rogers Park?” The Weinberg...

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