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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 sign welcomes drivers to Evanston at the southern end of the city. Officials from Evanston Police Department, local school districts and city government formed a task force in December to assist refugees in their resettlement.

Evanston task force formed to aid refugee resettlement

February 3, 2017

A new Evanston task force, created after the recent presidential election, met last week for the second time to explore options for assisting refugees in their resettlement. The group, which met for...

Demonstrators gather Sunday outside Terminal 5 of OHare International Airport to protest President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigrants and refugees. Over the weekend, about 150 attorneys and at least 1,000 protesters gathered at the airport to help detainees gain entry.

Locals mobilize against Trump’s immigration actions

January 31, 2017

On Saturday morning, Suzanne Akhras Sahloul said she woke up depressed, crying and unable to comprehend the action taken by her new president. As a Syrian immigrant, she said Donald Trump’s executive...

New animal hospital on Dempster Street to open next summer pending city approval

November 22, 2016

A new animal hospital on Dempster Street will open next summer pending approval by the City Council. The hospital, which will be headed by veterinarian Gail Henry, would be located at 516 Dempster...

City staff looks to regulate small cell towers

November 2, 2016

City staff introduced an ordinance last week to regulate the placement of small cell towers on utility poles in Evanston. The proposed ordinance comes after Illinois municipalities saw a recent uptick...

The residential hall at 1835 Hinman may undergo changes to accommodate the two-year live-in requirement. Administration previously encountered setbacks when the building’s proposed height exceeded Evanston’s zoning variance codes.

University, city officials continue talks on Hinman expansion to help fulfill two-year live-in plan

October 25, 2016

Northwestern is still searching for a way to accommodate its planned two-year live-in requirement slated to go into effect next year, after Evanston residents voiced concern about University plans to build...

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