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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

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Vibrant Colors Collective trailblazes with inaugural winter cabaret Pa’ Lante

January 17, 2023

In a packed Shanley Pavilion, Vibrant Colors Collective finished its three-show run of Pa’ Lante on Saturday to roaring applause. VC2, Northwestern’s only multicultural student theatre board, debuted...

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Witches will take center stage in WAVE Productions’ ‘Macbeth’

November 10, 2022

WAVE Productions’ take on Shakespeare’s classic “Macbeth” brings the play’s oft-overlooked yet omnipresent witches and women to the forefront.  WAVE will present its rendition of “Macbeth”...

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The Weekend Ahead: Campus and city performances to catch for Week 6

October 27, 2022

If you’re looking for weekend plans, here are some performances on Northwestern’s campus and in Evanston that you won’t want to miss. Chicago Strings: Halloween Open House  1642 Orrington...

Colorfully painted rocks by the shore of Lake Michigan. The Chicago skyline is in the background. In the sky, it reads “THE WEEKEND AHEAD.”

The Weekend Ahead: Campus performances to catch for Week 5

October 20, 2022

If you’re looking for weekend plans, here are some performances on Northwestern’s campus you won’t want to miss. Performance Hour by Sophie Schaeffer: Be Sweet Annie May Swift Hall, Krause...

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Lovers & Madmen’s ‘Antigone’ blends the classical with the modern

October 16, 2022

The set of Lovers and Madmen’s “Antigone” was white, designed to look like the walls of a mansion. But those walls had glowing cracks in their foundation, symbolizing the fall of the once-great rulers...

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