Northwestern President Morton Schapiro welcomes the incoming class of undergraduates. And now that they are here, his goal is for them to think of Northwestern as their home, their community and their family — not just for the next few years, but for a lifetime.
Tucked away behind a wall of hawthorn hedges lies Shakespeare Garden, one of Northwestern’s cherished hidden gems. The garden is home to various trees, shrubs, flowers and herbs that were mentioned in Shakespeare’s writings, were common during his lifetime or are modern cultivars of those older plants. The Garden Club of Evanston has maintained the garden since its creation more than 100 years ago. The garden was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
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