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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

Two fencers compete with each other at a match.

Fencing: Northwestern competes at October North American Cup

October 29, 2023

A week after placing seventh at Penn State’s Garret Open, Northwestern wrapped up a four-day competition on Sunday at the October North American Cup. The team sent 16 athletes to Orlando — the first...

Cast members, in various colored costumes, sit in various positions around the stage while singing.

Wirtz Center hosts musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’

November 13, 2022

“As You Like It,” a modern musical adaptation of William Shakespeare’s play, opened Friday night at the Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts. It will run through Nov. 20.  The...

Athletes stand side by side, wearing matching red polos with medals around their necks.

Evanston athletes compete at Special Olympics USA Games, Special Olympics Illinois Summer Games

June 23, 2022

As a child, Riley Hoffman often wished he could go to Walt Disney World and see Mickey Mouse. Earlier this month, he finally did — and won a gold medal in Special Olympics flag football along the way.  “I...

Speakers from the vigil link hands in the front row of the Second Baptist Church to join in the singing of We Shall Overcome on Wednesday night. Over 300 people were present at the packed church in remembrance of the mass shooting that took place in Orlando three days prior.

Second Baptist Church holds vigil in remembrance of Orlando victims

June 16, 2016

Over 300 people filled Evanston’s Second Baptist Church Wednesday night with song, prayer and speech for a vigil in light of the recent mass shooting in Orlando, Florida. The Evanston Community in...

Women’s Golf: Wildcats slip to 7th at Annika Intercollegiate

September 30, 2014

No. 17 Northwestern fell four spots in the final day of the inaugural Annika Intercollegiate to finish seventh of 12 teams. “It really wasn’t that bad,” coach Emily Fletcher said. “We just...

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