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One last guide to Trader Joe’s cheap wine

One last guide to Trader Joe’s cheap wine

Evelyn Baker

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Food & Drink

It’s cold, either snowing or raining and DePaul students are (hopefully) confidently wrapping up fall quarter finals and heading into the holiday season. This week’s cheap wine selection should carry you through any occasion whether that is drowning your grade-related sorrows or using your aunt’s a...

DePaul falls 72-58 to Notre Dame in Wintrust debut

DePaul falls 72-58 to Notre Dame in Wintrust debut

Shane Rene and Konrad Markowski

November 12, 2017


Filed under Sports

“This is how we envisioned it.” That’s how DePaul’s head coach David Leitao described the atmosphere at Wintrust Arena on the most anticipated opening night in the history of Blue Demon basketball. The game itself, however, did not conform to Leitao’s vision.     In front of a pac...

Women’s basketball drops opener to Northern Colorado

Women’s basketball drops opener to Northern Colorado

Garret Neal

November 10, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

On the day that happened to be the first snow fall of the year, the women’s basketball team tipped-off their season with a matchup against the Bears of Northern Colorado University who defeated the Demons 94-88.  The starters announced to the crowd at McGrath-Philips Arena matched the starters brought...

Concert preview “For Emma, 10 Years,” celebrating Bon Iver’s legacy

Concert preview “For Emma, 10 Years,” celebrating Bon Iver’s legacy

Sabrina Miresse

November 10, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

Bon Iver announced a 10-year anniversary show to take place in Milwaukee, Wis. on Feb. 17 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The one-time concert, For Emma, 10 Year, is going to celebrate Bon Iver’s debut album “For Emma, Forever Ago.” The concert will feature Wisconsin bands Field Report and Collections...

The Opioid Crisis: The medical industry’s role in creating and ending it

The Opioid Crisis: The medical industry’s role in creating and ending it

David P. Stein

November 6, 2017


Filed under Nation & World

Addiction to opioids has plagued the U.S. for decades, and it's a problem that hasn't shown signs of slowing down. Out of the 1,889 deaths caused by opioid-related overdoses across Illinois in 2016, it’s doubtful that any of these individuals wanted a life stifled by a possessive drug addiction. ...

Red Bull Sound Select kicks off with Ne-Hi

Red Bull Sound Select kicks off with Ne-Hi

Matt Koske

November 6, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

Red Bull Sound Select Presents: 30 Days in Chicago has officially kicked off. The Los Angeles-based event has brought its talents to Chicago to spotlight Chicago artists in a month long event at various venues throughout the city. Read More »...

Sexual assault awareness, one social media post at a time

Sexual assault awareness, one social media post at a time

Nikki Roberts

November 6, 2017


Filed under Opinions

If your Facebook timeline looks anything like mine, then you’ve seen an abundance of posts over the past few days that contain two haunting words: “me too.” Read More »...

Power to the Planets: Learning to read your birth chart beyond your sun sign

Power to the Planets: Learning to read your birth chart beyond your sun sign

Rachel Fernandez and Carina Smith

November 6, 2017


Filed under Focus

Horoscopes have become the latest trend, with sassy Twitter astrologists and magazine columns boasting they know exactly how your entire life will look based on your birth date. The actual science of horoscopes and astrology is much more intricate than a single sign, though. Your real astrological signs are dec...

DePaul professor seeks legal charges after alleging driver hit her in Uber incident

DePaul professor seeks legal charges after alleging driver hit her in Uber incident

Amber Colón Nuñez

November 6, 2017


Filed under News

With the rise of rideshare services, another Uber passenger has come forward to say that she was attacked by her driver. This time, it was adjunct professor Lily Kim, who teaches in the Driehaus College of Business. Two weeks ago, social media stormed with photos and video posted to Kim’s personal Fa...

DePaul alumnus becomes key figure in Russian collusion investigation

DePaul alumnus becomes key figure in Russian collusion investigation

Benjamin Conboy and Neil Sengupta

November 6, 2017


Filed under News

A DePaul alumnus has become an unlikely linchpin in the special counsel investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Read More »...

What’s new on Netflix

What’s new on Netflix

Matt Koske

November 6, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

[accordions] [accordion title="While We're Young" load="show"] Shortly after director and writer Noah Baumbach's "The Meyerowitz Stories" was released on Netflix, one of his past gems from 2014, "While We're Young," was added to the streaming service. Ben Stiller plays Josh, a documentarian that is n...

Standing Ovations: Who gets them and why

Standing Ovations: Who gets them and why

Sarah Julien

November 6, 2017


Filed under Sports

After Houston Astro’s first basemen Yuli Gurriel escaped a World Series suspension for a racist gesture toward the Los Angeles Dodger’s Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish, the fans at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas welcomed Gurriel to the plate with a standing ovation. Read More »...

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