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The Keg is tapped: Bar closes after 36 years Owner loses lease after year-long legal battle with Evanston By MARSHALL COHEN
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The Keg of Evanston, a bar engrained in Northwestern and Evanston lore, permanently closed early Sunday morning after 36 years in business. The embattled watering hole lost its lease this month after a tumultuous year of legal wrangling with city officials. Dozens of patrons filled the bar Saturday for one last night of partying at 810 Grove St., and owner Tom Migon shut the doors for good early on Easter Sunday. The property, described by Chicago Real Estate Resources as “one of the most popular locations in Evanston,” is listed as available for rent with an annual rate of $145,800. “It’s unfortunate the way things unraveled,” Migon said. “We had
some great memories and touched a lot of people’s lives. It was a great run, and unfortunately it had to come to an end. It’s sad to leave something that was a part of my life for twenty years.” More than a year has passed since Evanston Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl pulled The Keg’s liquor license. The bar stayed open during a drawn-out legal process, but all appeals were dropped last month as the bar’s fate became clear. Underage college and high school students were known to flock to The Keg, and Evanston officials and residents worried for years that the bar endangered young people. These fears were confirmed by a string of detrimental incidents in recent years that placed pressure squarely on Migon to get his bar under control. A 22-year-old man was killed in 2005 after a gang-affiliated shooting inside the bar. An underage patron landed in the hospital after a brawl in 2010. Seventeen people were arrested on the same night in January 2012 for underage drinking » See KEG, page 10
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BLAME IT ON THE ALCOHOL The Keg of Evanston closed Sunday after more than three decades of business.
Class of 2017 most diverse By ALLY MUTNICK
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Along with a record-low acceptance rate of 13.9 percent, Northwestern’s class of 2017 is the most diverse group of admitted students to date. For the first time in school history, more than a quarter of incoming freshmen are black or Hispanic, according to the offices of the provost and undergraduate admissions. About 1 in 10 students in the class of 2017 are from another country, the highest proportion yet. “This is by far our most diverse admitted group ever,” said Christopher Watson, dean of undergraduate admissions. Black and Hispanic students comprise 26.3 percent of incoming freshmen, an increase from 21.9 percent and 18.8 percent for the classes of 2016 and 2015, respectively. International students make up 8.3 percent of admitted students this year, rising from 6.9 percent admitted in 2012 and 5.8 percent in 2011.
The combined percentage of black and Hispanic students has risen 7.5 percentage points since 2011. The percentage of international students has risen 2.5 percentage points over the same period. The admissions numbers come amid recent efforts by the University to attract more minority and low-income students. Last year, NU partnered with the Los Angeles site of the Posse Foundation, which pairs students from diverse backgrounds with elite schools. The class of 2017 will have the first 10 NU Posse scholars. The incoming class also has the highest number of students from Questbridge, a nonprofit organization that matches low-income students with scholarships at top-tier colleges and universities. Daniel Flores, president of NU’s Questbridge chapter, said the organization had visited more high schools to recruit potential Questbridge students in recent years. “All of these students come from schools that are not necessarily the most
represented here at NU,” the Communication junior said. “Even if they don’t get Questbridge, they can apply Regular Decision on their own.” Tarik Patterson, a spokesman for black student organization For Members Only, said he doesn’t feel that NU has been successful in reaching out to underrepresented students in the past. The Weinberg senior recalled meeting with suburban Chicago students who didn’t know about NU until their senior year. Patterson said students are often more effective at recruiting their peers than admissions officials. He lauded the NU Ambassadors program, which works to recruit black students, and the Latino recruitment organization, the Council of Latino Admission Volunteers for Education. “Northwestern has done a poor job of recruiting minority students,’ Patterson said. “I think what the Ambassadors program does is great because it’s students » See ADMISSION, page 10
Diversity admission rates by class International Students 2015 2016 2017
1% of students admitted Source: Offices of the Provost and Undergraduate Admissions
Black and Hispanic Students 2015 2016 2017 Lauren Kandell/The Daily Northwestern
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Northwestern will officially introduce new men’s basketball coach Chris Collins on Tuesday, the latest chapter in the athletic department’s fast-moving quest to replace Bill Carmody. The 11 a.m. news conference comes two days after Duke, where Collins was an assistant, failed to reach the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament with a 85-63 loss to Louisville. When the NU athletic department announced the Collins hiring Wednesday, it said Collins wouldn’t meet the press until the Blue Devils’ 2013 season ended. Less than six hours after the buzzer rang at the tournament match-up in Indianapolis, the athletic department notified reporters of the upcoming news conference. It will culminate an 11-day process to find and hire the next basketball coach. The news conference will mark the end of a hectic cycle since athletic director Jim Phillips fired Carmody on March 16. The decision came days after the former coach ended a disappointing 13-19 season in his 13th year at the helm of the program. The school subsequently hired the Parker Executive Search firm to lead the search process for a new coach. The Atlanta-based company has helped five other Big Ten schools find basketball coaches. After multiple interviews last week, the school announced Wednesday it had hired Collins as the new coach. Collins was widely considered to be the favorite for the position after Carmody was let go. Collins was reportedly
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NEW ERA Chris Collins, a former assistant at Duke, will meet the press today at Welsh-Ryan Arena. The appearance will be his first time in Evanston as new NU men’s basketball coach.
one of the first interviews Phillips conducted, and he was named the coach just a short time after the interview. He dined with University President Morton Schapiro on Wednesday night prior to the announcement, according to multiple reports. He took to Twitter shortly after the Blue Devils’ loss to thank Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and talk about his excitement for the new job. “For 17 years, I have given Duke Basketball my all and I’m so proud of every moment! I can never repay Coach K for what he has meant to me,” Collins tweeted. In his next tweet, Collins wrote, “Tomorrow my new journey begins and I’m excited to get started and meet my new family @NUMensBball #B1GCats.” firstname.lastname@example.org
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Candidates spar over contribution By JIA YOU
Someone stole more than $200 worth of items Monday from a woman’s two cars in central Evanston, Evanston Police Cmdr. Jay Parrott said. Parrott said the 34-year-old woman’s 2006 Toyota Prius and 2011 Toyota Highlander were parked in the 900 block of Crain Street when someone broke into them. The thief took several
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CONTENTIOUS CONTRIBUTIONS Ald. Judy Fiske (1st) criticized her opponent Edward Tivador for accepting a $1,000 donation from Dawn Overend, who is seeking a permit to operate a bed-and-breakfast in the city. Tivador denies the contribution was improper.
unsuccessful over the weekend and Monday. The planned five-room bed-and-breakfast at 1622 Forest Pl., if approved, would be Pritzker’s second bed-and-breakfast in the city. In November 2011, the City Council approved a permit application by Evergreen Manor, a company primarily owned by Pritzker, to open a bed-and-breakfast at 300 Church St., reversing an earlier decision by the city’s zoning board of appeals. The establishment is located adjacent to Pritzker’s home. The new bed-and-breakfast business got the go-ahead from the site plan and appearance review committee March 20. A public hearing is scheduled
for this evening before the zoning board. Fiske also called on Tivador to disclose his donors on his campaign website. On her own campaign website, Fiske released her donors who have given $150 or more. Tivador said on Monday he will disclose the information by this weekend. “It’s not like it’s a big deal,” he said. “All of that information is public.” Early voting for the April 9 elections began last Monday. The early voting period ends April 6. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Evanston 1st Ward challenger Edward Tivador is standing by a campaign contribution that incumbent Ald. Judy Fiske (1st) said is “clearly improper” and should be returned. On Friday, Fiske criticized Tivador for accepting a $1,000 donation from Dawn Overend, who is listed as a partner on a zoning application that could come before the City Council. Patriot Park LLC, a firm led by billionaire James N. Pritzker, has asked Evanston officials to ease zoning restrictions so it can turn a historic home into a bed-and-breakfast near the lakefront. “I don’t know what my opponent was thinking,” Fiske said in a news release. “It is clearly improper to seek or receive gifts from someone whose pending project will require City Council approval.” After a campaign event Saturday afternoon, Tivador told The Daily that Fiske’s claim is “completely unwarranted.” In a separate interview about an hour later, Tivador said he was aware of Overend’s dealings with the city but denied any misconduct. “There is absolutely zero impropriety connected to that donation,” Tivador said. “We received support from a diverse set of 1st Ward residents ... Frankly, I’m very proud of that and I won’t apologize for assembling a large group of diverse supporters.” Several attempts to reach Overend were
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items, including a pair of sunglasses, a leatherman set, a GPS and $2 in change, Parrott said. There was no forced entry or damage to either vehicle, and it was not clear if the cars were unlocked, Parrott said.
Tires of Evanston woman’s car slashed Someone slashed all four tires of an Evanston woman’s car Thursday night on the city’s
south side, Parrott said. Parrott said the 48-year-old woman’s 2008 Toyota was parked in the 700 block of Brummel Street when the incident happened. There are no suspects and police don’t know why the tires were split open, Parrott said. — Tanner Maxwell
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Prof. Kate Bosher leaves legacy in classics By CAT ZAKRZEWSKI
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Weinberg Prof. Kathryn Bosher, an energetic scholar of the origins of fifth centry Greek theater in Italy, died March 23. She was 38. Colleagues and students said she will be remembered at Northwestern for her scholarship and energy. â€œShe combined a good critical sense of her field with a tremendously positive disposition,â€? said Robert Wallace, who worked with Bosher in the department of classics and theater. Bosher, who went on medical leave Winter Quarter, passed away after a private battle with cancer. Bosher came to NU in 2006 after getting her doctorate in classical studies from the University of Michigan. In 2009, Bosher helped win a Mellon Foundation grant for a two-year series of conferences called â€œTheater Outside Athens,â€? which focused on new research and brought together scholars of theater and antiquity. She recently published a book about the
NU establishes campus shuttle stop after push by Elder Hall residents
Northwestern on Monday added a new stop at Sheridan Road and Lincoln Avenue to the Campus Loop and Chicago Express shuttle routes. The campus shuttles will pick up from the Chicago Transit Authority bus stop near the intersection, according to an email to the NU community from University Services. NU expects to install its own sign in about a week. The addition comes after a post on CampusVoice asking for a new stop near Elder Hall
first seminar series. â€œIt was a major event,â€? Wallace said. â€œShe was really a phenomenon.â€? In addition to the conference, Bosher acted as a faculty affiliate of the Kaplan Institute for the Humanities in the 2009-10 academic year. Weinberg Prof. Jules Law, the director of the program, said Bosher was asked to teach a freshman seminar in the program due to the â€œincredible care she took with students.â€? â€œStudents were just blown away by her knowledge and blown away by her passion,â€? Law said. Law said the freshman seminar Bosher taught focused on comedy as both a literary form and a theatrical program. He remembered her taking extra time with her students â€œone on one.â€? â€œThe students really want professors who are not only scholars, but genuine teachers and mentors,â€? Law said. â€œFreshmen particularly rely on that kind of guidance, that kind of human guidance.â€? Weinberg senior Ian Coley was a student in Bosherâ€™s Kaplan seminar during Fall Quarter 2009. He said it shaped his decision to declare a major in classics. â€œItâ€™s an absolute tragedy to lose her at such a young age, when she had so much more to give the Northwestern community,â€? Coley said. garnered more than 90 likes. The Associated Student Government website lets students share their ideas for improving campus life. On the website, students argued that it would make it easier to travel south on campus shuttles. Previously, Elder residents had to walk to Technological Institute to catch a southbound shuttle. â€œIf something is that important to that many students, itâ€™s important to senators and ASG committee members,â€? said Haley Hinkle, ASG director of transportation. Hinkle, a Medill freshman, said the new stop likely wonâ€™t affect the schedule shuttle because the campus buses already run on Sheridan Road. â€” Cat Zakrzewski
In addition to taking the seminar with Bosher his freshman year, Coley took a Latin course with her last Spring Quarter, one of the last courses Bosher taught at NU. Coley said he remembered her being â€œinspiringâ€? during the class. â€œThere was no room or desire to do anything but pay attention to the material and learn and ask questions,â€? Coley said. â€œShe was extraordinary in the smaller setting in connecting with students.â€? Coley said he had intended to take yet another course with Bosher but could not because she went on medical leave. Bosher is survived by her husband, LaDale Winling, and their son Ernest. A funeral service was held for Bosher on Friday at the University. Weinberg is planning a later memorial service that is yet to be finalized. Wallace said the department of classics and theatre will discuss a way to commemorate Bosherâ€™s legacy at an upcoming faculty meeting, possibly through a form of endowment or an award. â€œWe intend to do something in her honor,â€? Wallace said. â€œWe will miss her.â€? email@example.com
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â€˜A PHENOMENONâ€™ Northwestern faculty members and students remembered Weinberg Prof. Kate Bosher for her contributions in the classics and theater departments. Bosher, who went on medical leave Winter Quarter, died last month.
Across Campuses Alleged threats cause FAU to put communications instructor on leave
BOCA RATON, Fla. â€” The Florida Atlantic University instructor who asked students to step on a piece of paper with â€œJesusâ€? written on it as part of a communications class exercise has been placed on leave by the university, not for his conduct but for safety reasons. Lisa Metcalf, director of media relations for FAU, released a statement Friday afternoon saying that Deandre Poole â€œhas been placed on administrative leave effective immediately for safety reasons. As a result of the reaction to a recent exercise in Dr. Pooleâ€™s intercultural communications class, the instructorâ€™s personal safety has been compromised.â€?
Metcalf said FAU has no police reports but other agencies might be investigating. Poole will continue to be paid by FAU, Metcalf said. Susan Reilly, a colleague of Pooleâ€™s in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies, said the department has â€œreceived all kinds of horrible threats.â€? â€œTheyâ€™re awful, racist and threatening to hurt him. Itâ€™s very bad,â€? Reilly said. Last week, FAU released a statement saying Poole was â€œa non-tenured instructor on an annual appointmentâ€? and that â€œno students were forced to take part in the exercise.â€? â€” Andrew Abramson (Palm Beach Post)
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ASG considers to-go meals, other dining changes By JEANNE KUANG
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Associated Student Government is in talks with the administration and campus catering provider Sodexo about potential changes to student dining plans such as providing to-go meals and opening Allison dining hall on weekends. Alex Van Atta, ASG vice president for student life, attends regular meetings with Julie PayneKirchmeier, vice president for student auxiliary services, and Steve Mangan, nuCuisine resident district manager, to improve student dining. ASG is currently working on three potential changes to the dining plans, Van Atta said. The ideas include increasing the availability of
the weekly six-meal plan, which is currently only for students living off-campus or in Greek houses. The change would allow all juniors and seniors residing on campus to purchase the six-meal plan. â€œIt would be a reduced meal plan available to all,â€? Van Atta said, adding that the plan gives students more chances to eat off-campus with friends and explore dining options in Evanston. Van Atta, a McCormick junior, also said ASG is also looking to â€œinstall a to-go menu optionâ€? in dining halls such as 1835 Hinman. This would allow students who are in a rush or heading somewhere to study to select a meal and get it to go, he said. Another possible change would be to open Allison on the weekends instead of 1835 Hinman. Van Atta cited Allisonâ€™s kosher food station, larger capacity and central location on campus as reasons to keep it open for weekend dining.
During Fall Quarter, Van Atta supervised a nowdisbanded ASG working group that researched dining options at other schools as well as ways to make dining hall hours more convenient for students on campus. Now, he and the ASG Student Life Committee will take this information and student feedback into consideration in developing new dining plans. The six-meal plan and Allison dining hours on weekends were popular ideas on student feedback website CampusVoice, he said, and the to-go idea was inspired by options at other schools such as Washington University in St. Louis. â€œThe more we hear from students, the better off we can be with dining on campus,â€? he said. Van Atta said he meets with Payne-Kirchmeier and Mangan every few weeks to discuss potential changes.
â€œWe consider ASG to be partners with us in the food program because they represent the student point of view,â€? Payne-Kirchmeier said. She said the partnership helps the administration â€œknow what the student voice is â€Ś and make some substantive changes on behalf of our students.â€? Payne-Kirchmeier said the three ideas are still in the exploratory stage, and ASG and administrators must work with NUâ€™s contract with Sodexo in order to make changes. Mangan said the futures of all three plans remain uncertain. â€œI think thereâ€™s a strong likelihood of some sort of to-go offer,â€? he said. â€œThereâ€™s some constraints that are making that difficult â€Ś itâ€™s something weâ€™d like to do.â€?
Rhodesâ€™ new principal envisions global programs By OLIVER ORTEGA
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Source: Dr. Bessie Rhodes Magnet School
NEW KID ON THE BLOCK Principal Carlos Menendez took over at Dr. Bessie Rhodes Magnet School this year, filling a vacancy.
Principal Carlos Mendez has big plans for Dr. Bessie Rhodes Magnet School â€” on a global scale, in fact. Rhodesâ€™ new top educator wants to teach students Mandarin Chinese, send them to study in China and bring in an exchange group from Spain. Earlier this year, the K-8 school hosted a group of Chinese students as part of continuing efforts to strengthen its global studies program. â€œI want to have our students experience the world beyond the wealth of Evanston,â€? Mendez said. â€œCan you imagine what the world would look like if all students did this type of thing? There would be so much more tolerance.â€? Mendez was appointed principal of the Skokie school last month after working as interim principal since the start of the school year. Rhodes serves about 350 students and has focused its curriculum on global studies. â€œDuring his initial year at the school, Mr. Mendez has embraced parents, teachers and students as
an instructional leader and advocate for the school,â€? said Hardy Murphy, Evanston/Skokie District 65 superintendent, in a news release. Mendez is originally from Cuba and moved to Miami when he was 13. He became interested in teaching because his father was a math teacher, and in college he decided to become an educator. Mendez moved to Chicago about a decade ago to pursue a masterâ€™s degree and work at a middle school in the city, where he taught science and math for five years. Before coming to Rhodes, Mendez was an assistant principle at Haven Middle School, 2417 Prairie Ave. â€œI am committed, have been committed, since day one,â€? Mendez said of his time at Rhodes. â€œI told my teachers, â€˜If youâ€™re with me, Iâ€™m with you all the way.â€™â€? During Mendezâ€™s tenure, Rhodes has expanded its sports program and started an initiative that rotates teachers among the different grades once a year in an effort to build teacher-student bonds and increase retention. Mendez isnâ€™t the only head of a local school in his family: His wife Sarah Mendez is the principal of Nichols Middle School, 800 Greenleaf St. â€œIt gets very competitive when it comes to dinner
time,â€? he said with a laugh. Wendy Woodward, a Rhodes parent and member of the principal advisory committee, said parents are happy with the appointment and impressed with the work Mendez has done. Rhodes has had four principles in the past five years, and parents have expressed concerns about the schoolâ€™s leadership. After the previous principal announced in May that she would be leaving her post, parents petitioned the district for an assistant principal at Rhodes, which is the only district school serving middle school students that does not have one. Mendez agrees he could use an assistant principal to help manage the school, and the district may look to hire someone for next year. But he maintains that his commitment to Rhodes is unwavering and he will not be leaving any time soon. â€œIâ€™m in it for the long haul,â€? Mendez said. â€œIâ€™m looking forward for many years to come.â€? Mendez has kept Rhodes is in good hands, parent Jennifer Phillips said. â€œEveryone welcomed Mr. Mendez in the fall and wanted to see him succeed,â€? Phillips said. â€œHe has proven himself to be a rising star.â€?
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