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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

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Disability justice activists demand more accessible emergency transportation in Chicago area

October 18, 2022

For local disability rights activist Michael Grice, having his motorized wheelchair with him is essential. His ability to move freely determines his independence.  Because ambulance vehicles lack the...

In Focus: As Connections for the Homeless looks to purchase the Margarita Inn, residents remain divided on the building’s future

In Focus: As Connections for the Homeless looks to purchase the Margarita Inn, residents remain divided on the building’s future

May 23, 2022

More than 200 people packed St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on March 13 for a special 4th Ward meeting. They were all prepared to discuss the same topic: the future of the Margarita Inn.  The building,...

The exterior of a storefront. The wall is brick painted purple. A large banner above the door reads, “The WasteShed Evanston,” also in purple. There is a purple sign with whales on it that reads, “Enter to the right.”

The WasteShed Evanston brings creative reuse to the North Shore

January 6, 2022

Not everyone would expect to see a coffin-turned-ball-pit when they walk into an art store, but at The WasteShed in Evanston, customers can see exactly that and more unique, donated items.  “People...

Gov. J.B. Pritzker announces shelter in place guidelines during a Friday press conference.

Gov. Pritzker issues “shelter-in-place” order, effective Saturday

March 20, 2020

All 12.6 million Illinois residents are to “shelter in place” starting Saturday at 5 p.m. as part of the state’s latest effort to slow the COVID-19 outbreak, Gov J.B. Pritzker announced at a press...

Letter to the Editor: Bike-sharing models have bigger issues beyond individual companies

January 29, 2018

After narrowly passing a City Council vote two years ago, Divvy stations made their way into Evanston and throughout Northwestern’s campus. This sounds great on paper, and one need look only at the many...

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