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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

Nine student protesters stand on a football field in front of a stadium of people holding banners that read, “Abolish NUPD invest in Black lives,” “No war on our board #wearedissenters,” “Board of Trustees meet with us now” and “Divest.”

Football: Student activists protest on the field at Saturday’s game

November 6, 2021

With less than a minute remaining in the first half, about nine student protesters holding banners stormed Ryan Field during Saturday’s game against Iowa.  The protesters were members of multiple...

Daniel Biss speaks in Fisk Hall. He is wearing a black sweater.

Mayor Biss creates new public safety committee as one of his first acts in office

May 11, 2021

As one of his first acts in office, Mayor Daniel Biss created the Reimagining Public Safety Committee, he announced at Monday’s City Council meeting. The committee, which comprises 17 city officials...

Mayoral candidate Daniel Biss. Biss rejected Ald. Ann Raineys endorsement after her comments against Clerk Reid.

Mayoral candidate Biss advocates for less spending on police, additional transparency around UP, NIPAS

January 25, 2021

Mayoral candidate Daniel Biss said the City of Evanston should reduce the occupational scope of the Evanston Police Department in an interview with The Daily. Biss said the role of the police in the...

In FY 2020, University Police expenses totaled $11.2 million — 90 percent of which went to compensation and external contract staffing. The University projects UP expenses for FY 2021 to be down by 5.2 percent to $10.6 million.

Northwestern releases long-awaited NUPD budget review, details $11.2 million in expenses for FY 2020

November 17, 2020

Northwestern released a review of University Police on Monday, detailing its role on campus, budget allocations and a slight decrease in spending over the past two fiscal years. Black undergraduate...

Crowe Hall, home of the African American Studies department. Faculty and affiliates sent an email to President Schapiro following his condemnation of student protests on Monday afternoon.

African American Studies faculty members send response to Schapiro email

October 20, 2020

A day after President Morton Schapiro wrote a community email condemning the protests about abolishing University Police, African American Studies department members sent a letter in response. In an...

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