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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

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The Weekend Ahead: Campus performances to catch for Week 9

May 26, 2022

If you’re looking for weekend plans, here are some student performances you won’t want to miss. Lipstick Theatre: She Believed She Could, So She Did Norris University Center Wildcat Room Saturday...

A black sign outside of a beige house. The sign states, from top to bottom, “Office of Global Marketing, Asian American Studies, and Latina and Latino Studies.”

APIDA groups demand departmentalization, anti-racism education and NUCNC support

May 4, 2021

A coalition of Asian Pacific Islander Desi American student groups released a letter calling on Northwestern to better support students of color.    Published on May 1 — the first day of Asian...

“The Trojan Women,” a classic play about a group of Trojan women following the fall of Troy, will feature the actors performing from their own residences.

“The Trojan Women” features virtual set where actors perform from their individual residences

October 7, 2020

When Communication sophomore Arella Flur was selected to produce a show for the student theater organization Lovers and Madmen back in May, she could not have predicted that the actors would end up performing...

Let’s get digital: Northwestern, Evanston arts communities stay connected through online performances, classes

Let’s get digital: Northwestern, Evanston arts communities stay connected through online performances, classes

April 22, 2020

Samara Malik did not plan for this. The Communication sophomore was supposed to direct for Lovers and Madmen, a member board of Northwestern’s Student Theatre Coalition. This year, the board was preparing...

Students rehearse for Communication junior Simran Bal’s adaptation “Sohni Mahiwal.” The play is one of three original works that will be featured in Lovers and Madmen’s first adaptation festival this weekend.

Lovers and Madmen to showcase student work in first adaptation festival

April 19, 2018

Communication senior Preston Choi was looking for a way to bring a new twist to classical plays. And he wanted to do it in a way that would focus less on the voices of “dead white men.” That’s...

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