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Lincoln Park High School teachers participate in 1-day walkout

Lincoln Park High School teachers participate in 1-day walkout

Antonio Serna Rosellini

April 1, 2016


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Educators protested peacefully outside Lincoln Park High School in one of many events across the city aimed at attracting the attention of those responsible for the state budget deficit. Read More »...

Despite optimism, Sanders fails to overcome Clinton

Despite optimism, Sanders fails to overcome Clinton

Matthew Paras

March 16, 2016


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It couldn’t have been more ironic, really. Read More »...

Kim Foxx promises to ‘turn the page’ after Cook County State’s Attorney nomination

Kim Foxx promises to ‘turn the page’ after Cook County State’s Attorney nomination

Emma Krupp

March 16, 2016


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Reform candidate Kim Foxx won the Democratic nomination for the Cook County state’s attorney race, following mass outrage over incumbent Anita Alvarez’s handling of the Laquan McDonald case. Read More »...

After a controversial year, Alvarez defeated by Foxx

Brenden Moore

March 16, 2016


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Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” blared from the speakers at the beginning of State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez’s election night event, audible to the quiet, near-empty room filled mostly with press and campaign workers. Read More »...

Hillary Clinton wins Illinois Democratic primary

Hillary Clinton wins Illinois Democratic primary

Mariah Woelfel and Megan Deppen

March 15, 2016


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With a 50 percent win in Illinois, Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was declared the winner of the Illinois Democratic Primary. She finished the Tuesday primaries strong and strengthened her odds of becoming the democratic nominee for president.   Read More &r...

LIVE: 2016 Illinois primary

LIVE: 2016 Illinois primary

Brenden Moore, Kirsten Onsgard, Mariah Woelfel, Megan Deppen, Matthew Paras, and Emma Krupp

March 15, 2016


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Quick facts: What's at stake: 156 Democratic delegates, 69 Republican delegates. Who's ahead: Polls last month gave Clinton a wide lead, but more recently, they've varied, with some giving Sanders a lead. On the Republican side, Trump leads with Cruz in close second, according to YouGov. M...

Sanders addresses violence, income inequality at Chicago rally

Danielle Harris

March 15, 2016


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After campaign stops in Missouri, Ohio and North Carolina, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders took the stage March 14 around 11 p.m. at Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre. Nearly 4,000 Sanders supporters attended the March 14 rally, where he addressed the importance of high voter turn...

Republican students fight for voice at DePaul

Republican students fight for voice at DePaul

Pat Mullane

February 28, 2016


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To be conservative at DePaul is to be in the few. Read More »...

Sanders highlights educational affordability at Chicago State University rally

Sanders highlights educational affordability at Chicago State University rally

Maddy Crozier

February 26, 2016


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Speaking to race and education disparities, Sen. Bernie Sanders, who seeks the Democratic Presidential nomination, spoke to several thousand people at a rally at Chicago State University (CSU) on Feb. 25. Read More »...

Bee & Tea employees, including DePaul students, without pay after closure

Bee & Tea employees, including DePaul students, without pay after closure

Jackson Danbeck

February 5, 2016


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Bee & Tea at 818 W. Fullerton Ave. had been doing well throughout the warmer months since its establishment last March, selling its specialty boba bubble tea and bao buns to craving DePaul students and others who passed by. Read More »...

Education students, professors give thoughts on CPS issues

Education students, professors give thoughts on CPS issues

Kyle Woosley

January 31, 2016


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Chicago Public Schools (CPS) will be making some heavy layoffs in the next month and it has DePaul’s education community worried. Read More »...

Emanuel proposes raising smoking age to 21

Emanuel proposes raising smoking age to 21

Kyle Woosley

January 24, 2016


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Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced an ordinance that would raise the age of purchasing tobacco products from 18 to 21 years old. Read More »...

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