Stories by Julia Clark-Riddell
Who is Treeman? Who is Lizardwoman? What brings them together? More than you'd think.
NU Divest announced a new and more focused campaign with a night of artistic resistance.
Evanston and Northwestern respond to yesterday's non-indictment decision in the killing of Michael Brown.
A representative police force is critical to good policing. So how do NU and Evanston stack up?
About 35 students held up signs and handed out flyers outside the meeting in favor of removing university endowment investments from the coal industry.
The case called on the University to fire Professor Peter Ludlow.
Updated Nov. 14 at 5:35 p.m. with statements from Vice President for University Relations Alan Cubbage and Kevin O'Connor, the ...
Northwestern's disaffiliation with the Chabad House has been validated by the Court of Appeals.
A philanthropy event planned by Kappa Kappa Gamma and Zeta Beta Tau was cancelled on Sunday night after public outcry about the event’s offensive nature.
President Barack Obama spoke Thursday to a crowd of local political figures, Northwestern students, and journalists in Cahn Auditorium.
Updated Sept. 30, 11:45 a.m.: President Morton Schapiro confirmed in an email to students that Obama will be speaking at Northwestern's Evanston campus ...
This summer, Evanston evaluated the racial makeup of its police force, passed a bike plan proposal and brought in new business.
NU may not be as sustainable as they have us believe.
The City Council passed a livability plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent by 2016 and discussed banning plastic bags on Monday night.
Relay for Life kicked off Friday night, and it was a night of fun, games and inspiration.
Aldermen voted to support an increase in state income taxes and to expand taxes on 9-1-1 calls Monday evening.
Sustained Dialogue moderated conversations between students about their experiences on campus and about possible solutions with faculty and administrators.
WNUR will work with Chicago musicians to curate a second stage lineup of four to five diverse and up-and-coming artists.
The new north campus parking structure will partially open as the University prepares for new Kellogg construction.
A proposed bike lane on Sheridan Road, a new hotel and other city news you might have missed.
Northwestern appealed the decision by the National Labor Relations Board.
In an emotional and contentious meeting, the Evanston Township met for their last annual meeting on Tuesday night following the ...
The extreme cold and the snow has cost the city almost $1.5 million dollars, according to Director of Public Works Suzette Robinson, who spoke at the Evanston City Council meeting tonight.
We asked dancers what songs they WISH had been played.
The City Council celebrates the 59th birthday of Alderman Mark Tendam (6th Ward) with cupcakes. The fire chief was on ...
A keynote speech by Lisa Lee (of Thick Dumpling Skin) kicks of NU's Body Acceptance Week.
City Council voted to pursue the installation of more security cameras. Crime rates dropped last year possibly due to such technological advancements.
Evanston will soon join the growing number of cities across the country that provide public WiFi to their residents.
IGNITE starts this week, and three students share their hopes and apprehensions about what this continuation of Wildcat Welcome will mean for their school year.