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Holtzman: Evanston should invest in dockless bike-share, ditch Divvy

Rachel Holtzman, Op-Ed Contributor

January 28, 2018

Evanston’s relationship with bikes is constantly evolving. Last week, the Evanston renewed a 12-month contract with Divvy Bikes, which launched 10 Evanston stations in late 2016. During the next year, City Council will collect data on the bi...

Northwestern joins pledge to recruit more low- and moderate-income students

Allie Goulding, Assistant Campus Editor

January 10, 2018

Northwestern recently joined more than 80 colleges and universities in a pledge to recruit more low- and moderate-income students by 2025. The American Talent Initiative works with universities that consistently graduate at...

‘Crime and Punishment’ reinvents classic novel into fast-paced psychodrama

Rachel Holtzman, Reporter

March 1, 2017

Three actors will perform the classic novel "Crime and Punishment" as a fast-paced psychological drama that explores the implications of murder, the justice system and the need for redemption. The play, directed by second-year...

Patterson: The cost of diversity

Sky Patterson, Op-Ed Contributor

September 20, 2016

I remember the first time I saw the Black House on Sheridan Road when I visited Northwestern. I was pleasantly surprised that the space existed on campus, and when I found out NU also has a black student union, I felt ecstatic....