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It was the top ranked school in Illinois.
Nina Barrett, who recently opened Evanston’s Bookends & Beginnings, has refused to return the manuscript and files, the university alleges.
American universities dominated the top of the list.
Eileen Budde is stepping down, so the board will appoint a new member to fill her seat until the next election.
The District 202 school board approved the raise Monday for Eric Witherspoon.
The board is petitioning the state to make carrying a concealed gun illegal anywhere on school property, including in vehicles.
The school district may require that food parents bring in for classes be commercially prepared — including birthday cupcakes or cut-up fruit.
Parents are being warned to be on the lookout for symptoms of the virus.
The U.S. News and World Report list came out this week.
The university filed papers with the National Labor Relations Board Wednesday.
Evanston ranked as the 17th most challenging in Illinois, putting it ahead of all other North Shore schools.
Northwestern University is seeking a permit for the Kellogg School of Management building on Campus Drive.
Sophie Hasty, 13, explains the humiliation of being ‘dress-coded’ and why she and her classmates decided to start a campaign against the rule.
Dr. Paul Goren was chosen from a total of 60 candidates to become the new superintendent of schools.
Vice president of university relations for Northwestern University expresses official disagreement with the National Labor Relations Board decision that football players on scholarship shoul
Northwestern University football players have been seeking union representation, and on Wednesday the National Labor Relations Board agreed that they should be treated as employees of the un
A Principal’s Advisory Team met Tuesday to discuss the school dress code at Haven Middle School with parents, administrators and students weighing in.
Northwestern University football is helping to generate substantial revenue for the City of Evanston, the Daily Northwestern reports.
Despite a directive from Evanston/Skokie School District 65, hundreds of students wore yoga pants and leggings anyway last week and have signed a petition in opposition of the new dress code
Four candidates remain for the top spot in Evanston/Skokie School District 65.