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Vincentian Prayer Breakfast recognizes DePaul activists

Vincentian Prayer Breakfast recognizes DePaul activists

Benjamin Conboy

October 2, 2017


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Attendees of the Vincentian Prayer Breakfast gathered the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 27 to share a meal and prayer service while recognizing the recent accomplishments of the DePaul Dax Program. Read More »...

From prisoner to upstanding citizen: a gang member’s journey

From prisoner to upstanding citizen: a gang member’s journey

Erica Carbajal

October 2, 2017


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A former West Side Chicago gang member who struggled with drug addiction now dedicates her life to serving her community and helping to mediate violence on inner city streets. On Aug. 9, 2011, Angalia Bianca walked out of prison for the last time after serving a total of 12 years. She then spent seve...

Tumultuous times? Try Tibetan thought-control

Tumultuous times? Try Tibetan thought-control

Timothy Duke

October 2, 2017


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As political strife, disastrous storms and a seemingly constant stream of military conflicts chip away at the hope of many people across the globe, a growing desire for a new way to find optimism and peace in a chaotic world seems to have manifested. Read More »...

Challenged books celebrated for 35th Banned Book Week

Challenged books celebrated for 35th Banned Book Week

Evelyn Baker

September 25, 2017


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Words have power. The DePaul University Library and University Center for Writing-based Learning (UCWbL) wants to remind the DePaul community of  this week as it rings in the 35th year of the nationally recognized Banned Books Week. Read More »...

Professor says artificial intelligence could replace human interaction

Professor says artificial intelligence could replace human interaction

Timothy Duke

September 25, 2017


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Anthropomorphic devices such as Siri, Alexa or even a Roomba robotic vacuum can diminish feelings of loneliness and cause people to be less likely to engage in compensatory behaviors, according to a study done by James Mourey, an assistant professor of marketing at DePaul. Read More »...

DePaul renews Neighborhood Parking Program

DePaul renews Neighborhood Parking Program

Benjamin Conboy

September 25, 2017


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DePaul Parking Services have revived the program that allows residents of Lincoln Park to park at the university’s parking lots. Read More »...

Making waves: One student has big ideas for ocean conservation

Making waves: One student has big ideas for ocean conservation

Benjamin Conboy

September 25, 2017


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One day after President Donald Trump took to the podium at the United Nations General Assembly to threaten “Rocket Man” Kim Jong-un, one of DePaul’s students, junior Baylee Ritter took over the microphone on Wednesday, Sept. 20 to share a plea with world leaders to cooperate in keeping the oceans cl...

Interest in study abroad unchanged in light of attacks

Interest in study abroad unchanged in light of attacks

Sabrina Miresse

September 25, 2017


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On Sept. 17, four Boston College students studying abroad in Paris had hydrochloric acid thrown at their faces by a woman with a history of psychiatric issues. In light of such terrorist attacks that have been occurring overseas, DePaul’s study abroad programs have taken safety measures to ensure st...

Gone with the wind

Gone with the wind

Benjamin Conboy

September 25, 2017


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The homeless people who called the viaduct underneath Lake Shore Drive and Wilson Drive home were evicted by the city on Monday, Sept. 18. Read More »...

DePaul celebrates St. Vincent’s Feast Day

DePaul celebrates St. Vincent’s Feast Day

Amber Colón

September 25, 2017


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Friday marked the third annual Vinny Fest, a yearly celebration on the Quad that is held by the Office of Mission and Values to commemorate St. Vincent de Paul’s feast day. Read More »...

Inside-Out Program brings DePaul to Department of Corrections

Inside-Out Program brings DePaul to Department of Corrections

Benjamin Conboy

September 25, 2017


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Friday morning classes can sometimes feel like prison – especially when the class is inside of a maximum-security penitentiary. Students who chose to participate in DePaul’s Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program take classes alongside inmates at the Cook County Jail,  the largest jail in the U.S., and the...

DePaul’s political groups hit the ground running

DePaul’s political groups  hit the ground running

Benjamin Conboy

September 18, 2017


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As DePaul’s political student groups hold their first meetings of the year, they are all beginning to decide how best to engage the DePaul community with their groups’ messages.  Read More »...

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