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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


A Divvy bike station on campus. NU student memberships with Divvy increased to 667 by the end of the 2016-2017 school year, according to a sustainability report released last week.

Sustainability report shows improvement in waste reduction, energy conservation

January 23, 2018

Northwestern diverted about 38 percent of campus waste from landfills during the 2016-2017 academic year, according to a new sustainability report released last week. The report detailed progress NU...

Vice president for B-status finances Parth Lalkiya speaks with student groups about their funding for Winter Quarter during Wednesday’s senate. Senators approved additional funding for Quest Scholars Network.

ASG passes sustainability code change, allocates B-status funding

November 30, 2017

Associated Student Government senators passed a code change Wednesday to prevent student groups using ground flyering from receiving publicity funding. The code change will impact A-status and B-status...

Parth Lalkiya, ASG vice president for B-status finances, speaks during Senate on Wednesday. ASG is expected to vote on a code change which would limit publicity funding for student groups who advertise using ground flyers.

ASG considering code change to prohibit ground flyering

November 17, 2017

Northwestern’s campus boasts scenic landmarks like the Lakefill, The Arch and University Hall, but one can’t help being distracted by the copious amount of flyers student organizations tape on the...

A Coca-Cola Freestyle machine in Norris University Center, where NU Dining’s ‘Cats Cups program is available. The program aims to reduce the amount of waste from disposable cups and glasses.

’Cats Cups program aims to increase sustainability with reusable plastic bottles

November 5, 2017

Students now have the option to fill reusable plastic bottles with more than 100 different beverages due to a new Northwestern Dining program that aims to increase campus sustainability. “‘Cats...

The Northwestern Dining program, “Choose to Reuse,” is available at Elder Dining Hall. The program, which aims to accommodate students’ busy schedules and reduce paper waste, launched Sept. 11.

NU dining program allows students to take out food, reduce waste

October 25, 2017

Northwestern Dining launched a new take-out program in Elder Dining Hall this quarter in an effort to reduce paper waste and cater to students’ busy schedules. The “Choose to Reuse” program launched...

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