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The Daily Northwestern

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


Graduate student attacker Izzy Scane attempts a flying effort toward cage against Penn State Saturday. Scane scored five goals to help Northwestern win its second consecutive Big Ten Tournament championship.

Lacrosse: No. 1 Northwestern captures second consecutive Big Ten Tournament title against No. 15 Penn State

May 4, 2024

With a dark sea of storm clouds descending upon Lake Michigan and turning a picturesque evening into a downpour, No. 1 Northwestern and No. 15 Penn State played out the final 96 seconds of Saturday’s...

A record-breaking turnout of over 1,000 students and community members attended the Pow Wow in Welsh-Ryan Arena on Saturday.

NAISA hosts third annual Pow Wow in honor of the water

April 28, 2024

The rhythmic sounds of drumming, singing and jingling reverberated within Welsh-Ryan Arena as the third annual Pow Wow, organized by the Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance, took place Saturday.  A...

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Jayal: For an exchange student at Northwestern, friend-making moves fast

April 10, 2024

I’m walking through Evanston on a Friday afternoon. A yellow light, dappled with green, butters the maple trees that line the road. I tread around the tall cylinders of their trunks, thinking wistfully...

Families can take advantage of easy access to the lakefront via public parks and beaches in Evanston.

Best Family Weekend Spot: The Lakefront

February 26, 2024

From picnics at Centennial Park to swims at one of Evanston’s six beaches to walks along the shoreline with your four-legged friends, there are plenty of family activities to be had on the picturesque...

Hwang: A Californian’s love letter to walking in the cold

Hwang: A Californian’s love letter to walking in the cold

January 24, 2024

Sound travels farther on cold days. The sound waves that would normally dissipate into the air instead bounce against layers of warmer air that blanket the surface, and so fall back to the ground. That’s...

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