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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

Evanston Public Library aims to continue diversifying its collection as legislation in Illinois outlaws book bans in public libraries.

Amid statewide law prohibiting book bans, Evanston Public Library continues diversifying collection

January 8, 2024

Even when the content was “harsh,” Evanston resident Heather Jean said she always encouraged her two children to explore all types of literature when they were growing up.  Much of that literature...

This program has been in the works for three years.

School of Communication, Weinberg and Medill faculty join forces to launch new graduate program

October 19, 2023

Four graduate students make up the first class to be enrolled in the new Rhetoric, Media, and Publics program, born of combined faculty efforts from the School of Communication, Weinberg College of Arts...

SESP professor and scholar of inequality Mesmin Destiny is appointed as the faculty director of student access and enrichment

Mesmin Destin appointed new faculty director of student access and enrichment

October 2, 2023

SESP professor Mesmin Destin was appointed faculty director of student access and enrichment Sept. 1, according to a Friday news release. Destin will bring leverage to Student Enrichment Services and First-Generation-Lower-Income...

Digital Diaries Season 3 Episode 4: The problem with housing, once again.

Digital Diaries Season 3 Episode 4: The problem with housing, once again.

May 1, 2023

    With priority numbers being released last week, the Daily Northwestern spoke to students about housing. Specifically, about how disparities in housing affect the residential experience. PAUL...

A picture of cars in a street framed by two buildings

Evanston, NU collaborate on guaranteed income pilot

January 18, 2023

In December, Evanston began giving $500 each month to 150 residents as part of the city’s guaranteed income one-year pilot program. The city launched applications for the program in August, selected...

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