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Students give advice for surviving ‘Chiberia’

Students give advice for surviving ‘Chiberia’

Rachel Mann

January 9, 2017


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For DePaul students, returning to school during the winter means the sun sets around 4:30 p.m. Read More »...

Chicago ranked best city in the world by Time Out

Chicago ranked best city in the world by Time Out

Maddy Crozier

December 2, 2016


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Those who think Chicago is the best place to live might now have evidence to back it up. An extensive survey of nearly 20,000 people in 18 different countries found that, when it comes to the things that make a city great, Chicago ranked highest across the board. The Time Out City Index comes from...

Secrets to the best grilled cheese in Chicago

Secrets to the best grilled cheese in Chicago

Emily Rutherford and Owen Le Brun

November 13, 2016


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When it comes to food, simplicity is bliss. In times of simplicity, a grilled cheese is the best way to go. The ooey-gooey mix of melted cheese with perfectly toasted, buttery bread is a perfect meal. Some people consider it one of their favorite foods. Read More »...

Cubs fans reflect on the World Series win of a lifetime

Cubs fans reflect on the World Series win of a lifetime

Ben Gartland

November 6, 2016


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The 2016 World Series ended the longest championship drought in American sports. Read More »...

Thinking out loud: DePaul’s favorite political podcasts

Thinking out loud: DePaul’s favorite political podcasts

Maddy Crozier

October 30, 2016


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NPR Politics Podcast “By far, my favorite and the best one is the NPR Politics Podcast. That is the best show around. With how the election has been going, they’ve been putting out a new episode every three days or so. So much happens within the span of a few days,” Klain said. “The NPR Politi...

Ink outside the box

Ink outside the box

Rachel Mann

October 24, 2016


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Many people, like junior childhood education major Brianna Gougis, “don’t think there are many bad tattoos.” Although television shows like Bad Ink and Tattoo Nightmares might disagree, there are people all around Chicago, and DePaul’s campus in particular, who love their tattoos and want to ...

The art of clowning through the years

The art of clowning through the years

Jessica Villagomez

October 16, 2016


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When DePaul sophomore Alyssa Padilla watched the horror film “It”, Pennywise the dancing clown haunted her dreams and intensified her already poor perception of clowns. The heavy make-up disguising the human identity beneath, and horrific intentions against a group of children, added onto her belief...

DePaul students and faculty recommend their favorite books

DePaul students and faculty recommend their favorite books

Jake Ekdahl

October 10, 2016


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The Bible - “Hands down, you can't beat it for narrative, for storytelling, for drama. It has been frequently suggested that Christ's story of the prodigal son and the father's unrequited love is the greatest story ever told. I've been strongly influenced by Christ's parables in terms of how I try to ...

Offshore wind farms and the future of renewable energy

Offshore wind farms and the future of renewable energy

Adriana Kemper

October 3, 2016


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Offshore wind farms have the potential to blow other sources of energy out of the water. Despite the fact that the Department of Energy estimates that the United States has an offshore wind capacity of four million megawatts of energy, “four times the generating capacity of all U.S. electric power...

Rock the Boat: Chicago River’s untapped potential

Rock the Boat: Chicago River’s untapped potential

Jake Ekdahl

September 26, 2016


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From its days of industrial domination to modern recreation, the Chicago River has enabled the city to prosper. Chicago’s location at the meeting point between the river and Lake Michigan proved to be one of the major factors that enabled the city’s rise to prominence in the Midwest. Today, the ea...

DePaul students choose personal style over trends

DePaul students choose personal style over trends

Maddy Crozier

September 19, 2016


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New York City's runways might host the nation’s largest fashion week, but the sidewalks of DePaul boast just as many streetwise trends, if not more. Read More »...

New food hall offers quick bites near DePaul’s Loop campus

New food hall offers quick bites near DePaul’s Loop campus

Maddy Crozier

September 12, 2016


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The Loop’s largest lunch destination stands only a six-minute walk from the heart of DePaul’s Loop campus. Revival Food Hall (125 S. Clark St.) boasts 15 distinctive fast-casual booths of both Chicago’s rising favorites and debuts from acclaimed local chefs. This collective of Chicago’s most...

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