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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

Four circles with a dollar bill, an image of a phone dialing the Office of Financial Aid, a computer, and two people smiling.

Calling all incoming First-Generation/Low-Income students: Here’s how to survive Northwestern on a budget

August 12, 2022

While Northwestern hosted $16.1 billion worth of net assets at the end of 2021’s fiscal year along with an abundance of financial aid for first generation/low-income students, most of those at NU are...

Drawing of green vegetables inside of a paper grocery bag behind food cans and a tomato.

Low-income students living off-campus manage food insecurity

April 13, 2022

As a low-income student who has lived off campus for two years, McCormick senior Yaritza Chavez doesn’t have a Northwestern meal plan, so she said she has to balance the responsibility of credit card...

 A candlelight vigil at the Rock. CaSA held the vigil Thursday to show support for survivors of sexual abuse.

Amid scandal in the Catholic Church, CaSA holds candlelight vigil for survivors

October 12, 2018

The Northwestern Catholic Students Association held a candlelight vigil for survivors of sexual abuse at The Rock on Thursday night. The event, planned by the CaSA board, began at Sheil Catholic Center;...

Students wait in line to get food at Sargent Dining Hall. Several groups on campus, including student organizations and administrative departments, have been addressing food insecurity on Northwestern’s campus.

Northwestern community increases efforts to address food insecurity on campus

February 27, 2018

Though most Northwestern students generally appear to be fairly affluent, food insecurity still affects some students every day, causing some student groups and University officials to increase efforts...

Archbishop Blase Cupich educates an audience at Sheil Catholic Center about Pope Francis. Cupich’s talk to an audience of about 80 people marked his first visit to Sheil.

Archbishop Cupich visits Sheil, praises Pope Francis’ personable qualities

February 24, 2016

Archbishop Blase Cupich visited Sheil Catholic Center for his first time Tuesday to talk about Pope Francis, the papacy and qualities that make the pope an extraordinary Catholic. Sheil hosted about...

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