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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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Schill, NU administrators talk collegiate athletics at Faculty Assembly

May 23, 2023

University President Michael Schill and administrators involved in athletics at Northwestern discussed name, image and likeness policy; recent shifts in the college athletics landscape and the Rebuild...

Jeremy Kipp talks to his team. After two years at Northwestern, Kipp accepted the head coaching job at USC on Tuesday.

Swimming: Jeremy Kipp leaves Northwestern for top job at USC

May 20, 2020

In just two years at Northwestern, Jeremy Kipp left his mark on both the men’s and women’s swimming programs. The men had been stuck near the bottom of the Big Ten for several years, while the women...

Dom Marcell is now officially a recording artist, best known for his pop-R&B hits “D.T.K.”and “Thats Whats Up.”

Q&A: Dom Marcell, Wall Street investment banker turned pop-R&B artist

May 8, 2019

Dom Marcell (JD/MBA '16) has always had a passion for music, but his life led him down a different path. Stuck in corporate America, Marcell was left dreaming of a job in the music industry — he wrote...

Yasmine Diara. Diara is one of many students frustrated with the hypocrisies of the elite college admissions scandal.

First-generation, low-income students discuss hypocrisies of the college admissions scandal

April 19, 2019
Rick Singer, the head of the college-admissions preparation business implicated in the nationwide admissions scandal, spoke of a "side door" to gaining admissions. Only one of those three doors was available to SESP junior David Guirgis, a first-generation, low-income student — albeit barely.“I had to kick down the front door to get here,” he said.
Parents and students involved in college admissions scandal are not victims

Parents and students involved in college admissions scandal are not victims

April 1, 2019

On March 12, The New York Times broke a story detailing the elaborate methods wealthy families used to bribe college coaches and standardized test proctors to increase their students’ chances of gaining...

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