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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 board voted Wednesday to close two of its older branches.

Evanston Public Library to close branches on Chicago Ave. and Central St.

August 20, 2020

Evanston Public Library will close the Chicago Ave./Main St. Branch and the North Branch by the end of year. The library’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted for a closure in an effort to redirect the...

Sen. Ram Villivalem (D-Skokie) (left) and Dharani Villivalem (right) honor Ela Gandhi (center) Thursday at Skokie Public Library.

Granddaughter of Gandhi discusses importance of nonviolent resistance

October 18, 2019

SKOKIE — While living with her grandfather in his rural, monastery-like home in India, 7-year-old Ela Gandhi found herself eating boiled pumpkin — a quick, simple meal — twice a day, every day. At...

Dr. Terry Mason, chief operating officer of the Cook County Department of Public Health, speaks at an event Wednesday at the Segal Visitors Center. Health practitioners, community organizations and parents gathered to discuss empowering childhood resiliency in the face of trauma.

Speakers target ways to fight childhood traumas with resilience

November 16, 2017

Three health experts said at an event Wednesday that in a world full of increasing trauma and life challenges, dialogue is the key to ensuring children learn to cope with issues like accidental harm and...

Bill Anthony, founding director of Northwestern’s Study Abroad Office, discusses his inaugural goals at a meeting in 1997. Anthony will step down from his post in July after a combined 30 years at the University as an educator and administrator.

Director, founder of Study Abroad Office to retire after 30 years at Northwestern

May 27, 2016

Bill Anthony comes from a long line of storytellers. Growing up with three siblings, his parents would read him the Sunday comics, from which he acquired a self-professed “irreverent” sense of humor....

Illinois social services cuts to continue with lack of state budget

February 21, 2016

Illinois Budget Crisis Putting pressure on the governor to pass the state budget is the only way to prevent further cuts to state social services, local and state officials said. As the Illinois...

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