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Public Safety falls short, students ask for more services

Public Safety falls short, students ask for more services

Daniel Reyes

April 16, 2017


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Pierce Horvath was a victim of an armed robbery in January. Read More »...

Letter: Debunking the myth of prescription drugs

Letter: Debunking the myth of prescription drugs

Katie Lower

April 16, 2017


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As the rate of misuse and abuse of prescription drugs increases across the country, more and more communities, including our DePaul community, are focused on ways to provide support and resources. Read More »...

Lynch running for presidency, vows to improve SGA involvement

Michael Lynch

April 16, 2017


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“You’re in SGA right? What exactly do you all do?” Read More »...

Rethinking the gender revolution

Rethinking the gender revolution

Ajee Gray

April 9, 2017


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A traditional household would begin with the women taking care of the kids and the home; the strong and devoted husband went out and worked to provide for the family. Gender roles for men and women have been a part of our history. Read More »...

To bridge the political divide, appeal to moral values

To bridge the political divide, appeal to moral values

Daniel Reyes

April 9, 2017


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Everyone enjoys being right. When it comes to politics, especially in this current political climate, the problem is that it becomes a lot harder and puts friendships on the line. Read More »...

Increasing attacks don’t stop students traveling abroad

Increasing attacks don’t stop students traveling abroad

Yazmin Dominguez

April 3, 2017


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When senior Ella Krikorian decided to study abroad in Brussels and intern at the European Parliament (EU), she was not expecting a terrorist attack which would make international headlines. Read More »...

SGA senator asks students to follow the Vincentian way

SGA senator asks students to follow the Vincentian way

Gracie Covarrubias

April 3, 2017


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When I stepped foot on DePaul’s campus I didn’t know what the word Vincentian meant—at best. I figured it was a marketing tagline. Three years immersed in student life would prove to me that the word “Vincentian” describes the heart that drives the decisions of this institution. Read More ...

War on media spotlights importance of perspective

War on media spotlights importance of perspective

Sam Johnson

March 6, 2017


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Freedom of the press, a directive protected by the First Amendment of our constitution. It allows for independent news agencies to seek truth, form opinions and present to the public view. This view, then, is up to the people for interpretation.  Read More »...

College Republican responds to criticism of party

College Republican responds to criticism of party

John Minster

March 6, 2017


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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) skipped out on President Donald Trump’s historic speech to a joint session of Congress last Tuesday. When speaking at a House Democrat's caucus meeting beforehand, Waters said she would not be able to control herself during the speech. In an interview with ABC News just after,...

#ToughToBeTough brings needed awareness to mental health

#ToughToBeTough brings needed awareness to mental health

Arielle Shapiro

March 6, 2017


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Addressing the issue of mental illness is difficult as the negative stigma surrounding mental health issues is strenuous to navigate. Read More »...

The fall of Yiannopoulos

The fall of Yiannopoulos

Jack McNeil

February 27, 2017


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Dear College Republicans: you got trolled. Read More »

Trump’s actions lead to questions surrounding health

Trump’s actions lead to questions surrounding health

Madeline Happold

February 27, 2017


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At 70, Trump is the oldest president to hold office. Given his age and his family's medical history — his father Frank suffered from Alzheimer’s in his 80s — concern over the health of the president has led to concerns. In a recent report by NPR, cognitive testing on presidents for illnesses suc...

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