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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

Black letters spell out on the outside glass of an art gallery “Abortion is not a crime”.

‘For Those Without Choice’ art exhibit celebrates abortion rights and bodily autonomy

March 8, 2023

On view at Weinberg/Newton Gallery in River West through April 15, “For Those Without Choice” explores abortion rights and reproductive rights.  In partnership with Planned Parenthood, the exhibit...

Three people hold a sign with the words “Commit for Pro-Choice!”

Chicago for Abortion Rights meets to discuss past rallies and future plans

October 20, 2022

Chicago for Abortion Rights held a virtual general meeting Thursday to reflect on the abortion rallies it sponsored this month in Chicago and Evanston as well as discuss plans for the months ahead.  A...

A glass door labeled Northwestern Medicine

Here’s how to prepare for and prevent health-related issues at NU

August 12, 2022

Dorm life creates a social environment unlike any other — students are constantly surrounded by their peers in lounge areas and even living spaces. Still, the close-knit network of peers in which you...

A purple question mark surrounded by illustrations of an IUD, a first aid kit, a condom and a pregnancy test.

Sexual health, sexuality resources on and off campus

August 12, 2022

Leaving home and starting college grants independence to have new experiences and explore untapped facets of your identity. Sex and sexuality are often at the center of that exploration, but questions...

Two signs, one illustrating a shackled uterus and the other reading “Reproductive Rights Now” in green text, are interspersed between human hands held in fists against a light-green background.

NU students discuss past and future work in abortion rights post-Roe

August 2, 2022

When Weinberg junior Vivica Lewis first learned the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, she said she stayed off social media and avoided talking to people about the news because “it just hurt so bad.” Lewis...

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