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Letter: Responding to on-campus tension

Letter: Responding to on-campus tension

Elizabeth Ortiz

February 26, 2017


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DePaul students have been open about sharing with me their views about their experiences on campus. Whether they are excited about a new program or suggesting ways we can improve, I appreciate every piece of feedback that I have received.  Read More »...

Harsh immigration policies have always been present, public now noticing

Harsh immigration policies have always been present, public now noticing

Daniel Reyes and Yazmin Domingue

February 20, 2017


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The American public is well versed on President Donald Trump’s own unique methods of leading the country. A month of presidency has displayed him as a painfully honest politician who has so far kept all of his campaign promises. On that agenda was the well known topic of immigration and the rhetoric ...

SGA no different than administration, students call for action

SGA no different than administration, students call for action

Amber Colón

February 19, 2017


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The Student Government Association (SGA) released a statement Feb. 9, that fell short on addressing actual demands or a plan of action to protect undocumented students. Read More »...

Trump’s travel ban remains suspended, but its impact carries on

Trump’s travel ban remains suspended, but its impact carries on

Bela Famularo

February 13, 2017


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Jan. 27, President Donald Trump issued an executive order that banned refugees from seven Muslim-majority nations from traveling. Trump stated this was necessary to keep America safe, when rather it has been causing more harm across the globe. Read More »...

Media engagement in civic activism overbearing to the public

Media engagement in civic activism overbearing to the public

Matt Koske

February 12, 2017


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Whether you support one political side or the other, or float lifelessly in the middle, a majority of Americans received some type of R & R over the last weekend. Last weekend’s events featured numerous tweets from President  Donald Trump, cries of laughter from Saturday Night Live and an epic c...

Editorial: DePaul must make bolder statements

Editorial: DePaul must make bolder statements

DePaulia Staff

February 6, 2017


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We’re often asked what have we done for justice. Monsignor John Egan, who’s been immortalized as a statue in front of the Student Center, asked this question, slapping his hands together for emphasis. Read More »...

Fixing Chicago’s “carnage”

Fixing Chicago’s “carnage”

Nicole Roberts

February 6, 2017


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His name is displayed in five bold letters across one of the most impressive buildings in Chicago. Placed on the seventh tallest building in the world, standing 1,362 feet tall, the letters T-R-U-M-P are visible for all the downtown area to see. Although President Donald Trump’s name is in the cen...

To resist #NoDAPL, more than protesting needs to be done

To resist #NoDAPL, more than protesting needs to be done

Amber Colón

February 5, 2017


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Within the first week of his presidency, Donald J. Trump has been signing a hefty amount of executive orders, one of which included an easement which ordered the Army Corps to continue with advancement of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Read More »...

Through photojournalism DePaulia photographer has hope for future

Through photojournalism DePaulia photographer has hope for future

Geoff Stellfox

January 30, 2017


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I still remember the exact moment I saw my shot. Read More »...

Twitter parody account perfectly captures Trump’s lunacy

Twitter parody account perfectly captures Trump’s lunacy

Navgeet Sandhu

January 30, 2017


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With every great villain throughout history there has always been a greater hero that would come along and put a stop to the madness. Goliath had David; Joker had Batman; the Emperor had Luke, and now that Donald Trump's in the oval office we have been lucky enough to be graced with the presence of w...

Missing web pages challenge American values

Bela Famularo

January 29, 2017


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Alternative facts and the removal of specific pages on the White House's official website were among the first stories to break shortly after President Donald Trump took office. Pages representing issues such as LGBTQ, climate change, civil rights and healthcare were removed from the White House website. The newly ...

Moving forward in a Trump nation

Moving forward in a Trump nation

Yazmin Dominguez

January 23, 2017


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When it was first announced Donald Trump was going to run for the presidency in June 2015, laughter was the common reaction. Read More »...

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