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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

A drawing of a brown-colored business with the sign “open” — and the Pride flag below it — both plastered on the window.

Queer-owned businesses in Evanston focus on positive customer experiences separate from sexual identities

August 8, 2022

Evanston hosted its annual Pride Month celebration this June with a series of events including parades and happy hours. But Pride isn’t just celebrated one month a year. For some local, queer-owned...

Hands wave various pride flags on top of a rainbow confetti background.

Carnations, cocktails and queens: How Evanston plans to ring in Pride Month

May 25, 2022

As Pride Month approaches in June, Evanston is getting ready to celebrate. From car parades to youth engagement opportunities and events recognizing the hard-won battles of LGBTQ+ activists, local residents...

Two girls with wavy brown hair and sunglasses stand nose to nose. The shoulders and chins of other crowd members are visible in the foreground, with a rainbow across the top left and bottom right corners.

Evanston Pride Celebrations to take place Saturday after rain cancellations in June

July 14, 2021

Evanston Pride Celebrations will take place this Saturday after Evanston Pride Inc. postponed two of its events late last month following multiple severe weather and tornado warnings.  The Pride Celebration...

Two girls with wavy brown hair and sunglasses stand nose to nose. The shoulders and chins of other crowd members are visible in the foreground, with a rainbow across the top left corner.

Evanston Pride, Inc. reviews needs assessment survey in first town hall

March 31, 2021

Evanston Pride, Inc. board members and residents discussed ways to reach a larger and more diverse audience within Evanston’s queer communities at the organization’s first virtual town hall Tuesday.  The...

Koster and Durudogan make earrings. The two SESP sophomores founded Friends Who Earring.

Friends Who Earring together, stay together

February 5, 2020

A&E When SESP sophomores Claire Koster and Cate Durudogan were developing their earring business, they went through a lot of potential names. Possibilities included Claire’s Ear Party, Smiling Ear...

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