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A Year in Review
The wave of political activism that swept the nation after President Donald Trump’s inauguration was felt on campus and in Evanston, as students and city residents alike protested and debated policies put forth by the president. As much as politics defined the year, join The Daily Northwestern for a snapshot of all the news from 2017. From Northwestern’s first appearance in the Big Dance to an examination of fraternity life on campus following reports of sexual assault, take a look at the top news stories and features from this year.
The Daily Audio Desk addresses the construction of Northwestern’s Evanston campus on Native American land. Asha Sawhney, co-president of the Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance, talks about student efforts to redress this action.