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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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Lakefront operates under new management for first summer since sexual misconduct allegations

October 27, 2022

Content Warning: This story contains mentions of physical violence and sexual misconduct, including sexual assault. After a report determined city officials failed to properly address systemic sexual...

Photo of Fisk Hall. It is a brick and concrete building with the words “McCormick Journalism Building.”

Not all ‘gloom and doom’: Panel of journalists find hope amid a local news crisis

November 18, 2021

A panel of journalists discussed the importance of finding optimism during an ongoing local news crisis in a Wednesday webinar hosted by Evanston RoundTable. Over 1,000 communities have become news...

Erika Storlie sits at the dais, wearing a black blazer.

Erika Storlie recognized at her final City Council meeting

September 28, 2021

City Manager Erika Storlie was recognized at Monday’s City Council meeting ahead of her Oct. 8 exit from the role. Storlie has been a city employee since 2004, most recently serving as city manager...

Several Evanston officials sit in the Council chamber during Monday’s Council meeting. From left to right: 3rd Ward Councilmember Melissa Wynne, 4th Ward Councilmember Jonathan Nieuwsma, Interim City Manager Kelley Gandurski, Mayor Daniel Biss, City Clerk Stephanie Mendoza, and 5th Ward Councilmember Bobby Burns.

City Council confirms Kelley Gandurski as interim city manager

September 21, 2021

City Council voted 7-1 Monday to appoint deputy city manager Kelley Gandurski as interim city manager, following the narrow approval of Erika Storlie’s resignation just under a month and a half prior. Storlie...

Erika Storlie sits at the dais, a flag behind her, wearing a suit jacket and white shirt.

Storlie may step down as city manager following allegations of sexual harassment by lakefront staff

August 6, 2021

City manager Erika Storlie may leave her position in the wake of allegations of a culture of sexual harassment among lakefront staff, with a separation agreement on Monday’s City Council agenda. Storlie,...

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