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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 custom-made top created by members of UNITY Charity Fashion Show. This and other unique fashion pieces were available for purchase at Mayfest’s “Mayfit” festival on Wednesday.

Mayfit brings runway looks to the Dillo dancefloor

May 30, 2019

The shimmering purple sequins and oversized ruffles could be seen shining from across Norris East Lawn. There, amidst pleather skirts and distressed jean jackets sat a Dr. Seuss-like creation waiting to...

National math scores on college entrance exams began to fall nationwide last year, including at Northwestern.

College entrance exam scores raise red flags about math achievement

November 28, 2018

Scores on the ACT and the SAT are raising red flags about college readiness and math achievement across the nation. Four million high school students took the ACT or SAT in 2018, an increase from 3.8...

People line the sidewalks in front of the YWCA Evanston/North Shore in 2015 for the annual “Stand Against Racism.” The event drew a number of local residents, officials and organizations who pledged to work toward ending racism in Evanston.

Local organizations take annual pledge against racism

April 30, 2017

Local businesses, organizations and residents lined the streets in Evanston and Skokie on Friday for “Stand Against Racism,” an annual event organized by the Evanston/North Shore YWCA to raise awareness...

Michelle Kim stars as Zachary Briddling in “The Grumpiest Boy in the World.” The show opens Nov. 17 at Shanley Pavilion.

‘The Grumpiest Boy in the World’ explores the idea of being average

November 16, 2016

A&E It can be hard to be average. “The Grumpiest Boy in the World,” written by Finegan Kruckemeyer, comes to Northwestern in a production by Purple Crayon Players. The 45-minute play recounts...

Authors David Beck and Rosalyn LaPier discuss their book, “City Indian: Native American Activism in Chicago, 1893-1934.” The authors visited the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian on Thursday to talk about how activists organized around Native American issues.

Authors discuss history of American Indian activism in Chicago

May 21, 2015

Chicago was once the central location for Native American activism, author David Beck said Thursday during his visit to the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian. Co-authors Beck and Rosalyn LaPier...

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