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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

The 10 Second Film Festival celebrates student-made films about sustainability and climate action.

10 Second Film Festival features student-produced videos about climate change

April 24, 2022

William Skin, a nine-year-old Evanston resident, said he considers himself an avid filmmaker. Encouraged by his father, who is a science teacher, Skin recently made a 10-second film on his iPad to explore...

 Evanston drive-in at Autobarn Service Center. The weekly series brings people together while raising money for Rotary International.

Friday Night Flicks

November 20, 2020

On Friday nights, the parking lot of Evanston’s Autobarn Service Center gets a unique addition: a giant inflatable movie screen. Tucked away behind a shopping center off of West Howard Street, most...

Mayor Steve Hagerty speaks during a Thursday event at Rotary International, 1560 Sherman Ave. Hagerty reiterated the city’s commitment to sustainability efforts.

Hagerty talks climate change, sustainability at Rotary International headquarters

April 20, 2018

Cities must take climate change prevention into their own hands in the face of a skeptical administration, climate change expert Kathleen Biggins said during a speech Thursday. She addressed a crowd...

Candidates for mayor speak at a debate co-hosted by The Daily and Northwestern Political Union. At Wednesday’s forum, they spoke about continuing current mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl’s legacy.

Mayoral candidates promise to further Tisdahl’s legacy at final forum ahead of primary

February 23, 2017

Evanston mayoral candidates discussed how they would further current Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl’s legacy while creating unique programs and policies at a forum hosted by Rotary International on Wednesday. The...

The Zoning Board of Appeals voiced their support of Beacon Academys request for a permit to move into vacant space at 1560 Sherman Ave. Beacon was founded last fall and currently has an enrollment of 83 students, mostly freshmen and sophomores.

Zoning Board recommends permit grant to new Beacon Academy site

October 6, 2015

A private high school that launched in Evanston last year received support from the Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday to expand as a result of unexpectedly fast growth of the student body. Beacon Academy,...

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