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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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Northwestern, UChicago students and community representatives discuss city-campus relationships

November 15, 2022

Content warning: This article contains mention of gun violence. Digital magazine publication Public Books hosted community representatives the Rev. Julian DeShazier and Patrick Keenan-Devlin (Bienen...

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Incumbent Toni Preckwinkle projected to win Cook County Board of Commissioners presidential race

November 8, 2022

After months of campaigning across the county, the Cook County 2022 Board of Commissioners presidential race came to a close Tuesday night.  Incumbent Toni Preckwinkle was re-elected as Cook County...

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The Daily Explains: What to expect on your ballot this November

October 12, 2022

With the 2022 general election quickly approaching, Evanston voters will soon choose their preferred candidate in the U.S. Congress and the state legislature. Although there is no aldermanic or Evanston...

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Public defenders can now defend noncitizens facing deportation in immigration court

February 10, 2022

Immigration rights activists like Eréndira Rendón have spent years fighting for what she calls universal representation.  Rendón’s organization, The Resurrection Project, is part of the Defenders...

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Mayor Hagerty received vaccine as a frontline worker

February 24, 2021

Mayor Steve Hagerty announced he received a COVID-19 vaccine along with frontline workers and senior citizens at a City Council meeting Monday. Hagerty, who had not previously notified the public of...

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