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The Daily Northwestern

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 Gay Chicago Rat Hole Wedding Next Door
Luis Castaneda, Video Editor • January 29, 2024

The Chicago 'rat hole' has taken the internet by storm. In this episode of The Daily Explains we explore the gay wedding at the infamous Windy...

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Room to Room: The Essentials
Adelina Jembere, Reporter • February 27, 2023

What makes a place a home? In the sixth episode of Room to Room, The Daily speaks with Weinberg sophomore Lydia Ketema as she shows us how essentials...

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From the Archives: The all-night teach-out that inspired generations
Sarah Aie, Video Editor • May 2, 2022

On January 23, 1970, Northwestern Students for a Better Environment organized “Project Survival: A Public Teach-Out on the Environmental Problems...

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Chealen Berry: Notes from the Newsroom
Jessica Ma, Micah Sandy, and Kunjal Bastola February 28, 2024

McCormick senior Chealen Berry performed Sunday for The Daily’s sixth installment of the Notes from the Newsroom concert series.  In February,...

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Why Club Sports at Northwestern?
Janelle Mella, Reporter • February 29, 2024

Students at Northwestern share their experiences with Club Sports and reflect on the reasons in which they decided to join. Email: [email protected] Twitter:...

Taco Diablo sets a fiery stage as Evanston’s best date spot
Luis Castaneda, Video Editor • February 27, 2024

A dim-lit haven known for its fiery ambiance, Taco Diablo attracts couples for romantic evenings with delicious Mexican cuisine.  Co-owner...

S’mores on the Square brings campfire traditions to downtown Evanston
Sasha Draeger-Mazer, Reporter • February 23, 2024

S’mores on the Square brought Evanston community members together downtown in Fountain Square to enjoy the traditional campfire treat.

Pouring Fire: The 2023 Segal Iron Pour
Cole Reynolds, Development and Recruitment Editor • January 19, 2024

Students from the 2023 Segal Design Institute’s Leonardo, Geometry, and the Art of Manufacturing class spent Winter Quarter 2023 designing...

Running Dead: Zombies chase participants at annual Zombie Scramble
Laura Simmons and Kara Peeler October 26, 2023

Evanston held its eighth annual Zombie Scramble on Saturday, Oct. 21. Zombie scramblers and volunteers came for a spooky evening and a fun time....

Cats Corner: The Gameday Podcast Season 2: Episode 2
Lawrence Price, Gameday Editor • October 20, 2023

After a few weeks off, Cats Corner returns with its second episode of the Gameday Podcast’s second season featuring Gameday members Lawrence,...

Cats Corner: The Gameday Podcast Season 2: Episode 1
Lawrence Price, Gameday Editor • September 29, 2023

It's the moment we’ve all been waiting for. Cats Corner returns with the second season of the Gameday Podcast featuring some familiar faces...

Julia Marshall, Northwestern first-year figure skater, carves up success on ice
Alicia Tang, Reporter • August 3, 2023

Weinberg freshman Julia Marshall is a nationally-ranked figure skater who trains six days a week and skates in Northwestern’s synchronized...

A day in the life at Northwestern vs. the University of Chicago
Ava Mandoli, Ashley Lee, and Michael McClure May 31, 2023

What’s a day in the life of a student at Northwestern and the University of Chicago like? Join The Daily Northwestern and The Chicago Maroon...

The Downtown Evanston Farmers’ Market returns, reducing food insecurity and serving the community
Sonya Dymova, Reporter • May 29, 2023

The Downtown Farmer’s Market is returning to Evanston after a lingering winter. As Walmart closures in Chicago highlight food inequity, farmers...

Evanston Resident Empowers Female Athletes
Emma Sullivan, Reporter • May 29, 2023

Evanston Resident Liz Maday founded Girls Play Sports to close the gender gap in sports. Since then, female sports enrollment in Evanston has...

Engineering students grow plants and farm fish sustainably through AutoAquaponics
Sarah Aie, Reporter • May 29, 2023

AutoAquaponics, a student-led engineering project, combines sustainable agricultural practices like aquaponics with automated processes. Run...

From raves to stages: Vitamin K keeps the music flowing
Valerie Chu, Design Editor • May 28, 2023

By day, she’s Kay Cui, but by night, she’s Vitamin K, a rising DJ at Northwestern. With events like residential college formals, A&O’s...

Leonidas brings a taste of France to the Chicago area
Laura Simmons and Kara Peeler May 17, 2023

French-inspired Leonidas Chocolate Cafe sells Belgium chocolate, crepes and drinks at its three locations. Employees and customers share what...

How ResilientNU’s founder prioritizes campus mental health services
Simone Garber, Reporter • May 10, 2023

Navigating yet another busy midterm season, some students may struggle to maintain their mental health. ResilientNU founder Sam Conway is working...

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