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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

Two photos of Ryan Field, one old and one new, are superimposed over each other like shattered glass.

Ryan Revamp: Northwestern announces plans for design of new Ryan Field

September 28, 2022

Nearly a century after first opening to the public, Ryan Field is gearing up for a major facelift.  Northwestern announced plans Wednesday for a new football stadium, after facility namesakes Pat Ryan...

An illustration of a bus, a CTA train, and the Metra train.

Your guide to public transit on campus, in Evanston and around Chicago

August 12, 2022

The abundance of public transportation in Evanston and Chicago will help you move quickly around campus and head downtown to explore the U.S.’s third largest city. But with seemingly endless transit...

Nimkii Curley stands outside his house in a blue cap, gown and stole. The cap and stole are decorated with traditional Ojibwe beadwork. He holds an eagle feather.

ETHS stopped a Native student from walking at graduation. Family members say it indicates a need for schoolwide change.

May 25, 2022

Content warning: This story contains mentions of anti-Indigenous violence.  Nimkii Curley was excited to walk at Evanston Township High School District 202’s graduation ceremony Sunday. While...

Indigenous students, faculty, attendees find community at Northwestern’s first annual Pow Wow

May 12, 2022

Northwestern’s Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance hosted its first annual student-run Pow Wow. Three years in the making, the spring celebration was dedicated to “Honoring the Matriarchy”...

A group of people link arms on a basketball court. The closest person wears yellow regalia.

Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance organizes Northwestern’s first student-run Pow Wow

May 9, 2022

Four years ago, lumber from the Menominee Tribal Enterprises, a Native-owned and operated business, was used to build the Welsh-Ryan Arena basketball court. The Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance...

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