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When Chris Granner, 63, became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, he jumped on the opportunity to register through the city of Evanston's website — but... [Read More]
Lacrosse Northwestern protected their undefeated record this weekend with a 21-14 win over Ohio State. Even though the Wildcats scored eight first-half goals — six... [Read More]
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Lacrosse Junior attacker Izzy Scane was looking for an open teammate.  For the first time this season, No. 2 Northwestern was behind at halftime. Staring... [Read More]
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Baseball After five straight weeks on the road, Northwestern looked to regain traction against Rutgers in their first home series of the season. A 6-5... [Read More]
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Women's Soccer After defeating Purdue in the first round of the Big Ten Regional Weekend, Northwestern looked to overtake Wisconsin and clinch a semifinalist spot... [Read More]
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Softball Despite kicking off April with a series win over Maryland, No. 22 Northwestern took a step backwards this weekend. Minnesota (19-5, 19-5 Big Ten)... [Read More]
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Scores of students rushed to Norris University Center in the middle of the night Saturday for a chance to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. In an... [Read More]
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Starting Monday, all Illinois residents outside of Chicago aged 16 and older will become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as part of the state... [Read More]
In the second virtual election cycle in Associated Student Government history, SESP juniors Teresa Vergara Miranda and Daniel Rodriguez are running uncontested for president and... [Read More]
Starting Monday, Evanston/Skokie School District 65 will celebrate its second LGBTQ+ Equity Week dedicated to exploring topics such as identity, family structures, gender expression, stereotyping... [Read More]
In response to Mr. Holland's April 12 op-ed: The prison-industrial complex, for which police are foot soldiers, is responsible for the current reality of mental... [Read More]
A&E In the eyes of Jen Spyra (Communication MFA '12), successful comedic writing boils down to two key elements: confidence and perseverance.  "Confidence in your... [Read More]
Content warning: This article mentions suicide. It is extremely difficult to look back on 2020 and not define it as one of the most polarizing,... [Read More]
In mid-March, members of The Daily interviewed University President Morton Schapiro on diversification of admissions, divestment and his legacy. Schapiro said he looked forward to... [Read More]
When Evanston resident Noé Nelli was 13, a stranger misgendered them. But when Nelli corrected the woman, they said, all they got in response was... [Read More]
Devon Reid has won the 8th Ward aldermanic race Saturday after candidate Matthew Mitchell officially conceded the race Saturday. Reid, who currently serves as City... [Read More]
Director Hao Wu immediately saw a story in the early moments of the COVID-19 pandemic. Wu, who was living in China at the time, said... [Read More]
University administrators announced plans for in-person instruction in Fall Quarter and are still considering a vaccination mandate. Currently, less than half of faculty and staff... [Read More]
Women's Soccer After losing to Purdue by one goal in mid-March, the tables turned for Northwestern in the postseason.  A penalty shot goal from senior... [Read More]
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