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DePaul men’s soccer routs Northern Kentucky 4-1

DePaul men’s soccer routs Northern Kentucky 4-1

Ben Gartland

September 4, 2016


Filed under News

Four Blue Demons scored as DePaul (2-1-1) dominated Northern Kentucky (0-3-1) 4-1 at Wish Field on Sunday. This marked their second win in three days as they were coming off a 3-0 win against Albany on Friday. “It’s such a short preseason and we were left with this idea that we can play,”...

Season preview: DePaul men’s soccer looks to capitalize on momentum

Season preview: DePaul men’s soccer looks to capitalize on momentum

Ben Gartland

August 26, 2016


Filed under Men's Sports, Soccer, Sports

DePaul men's soccer look to carry over their momentum from the end of 2015 into this season. After a poor start in conference play, the Blue Demons rallied in the Big East schedule and made the Big East tournament and eventually fell in postseason play. They finished 5-13-1 overall but went 4-4-1 ...

DePaul women’s soccer draws Fordham 1-1 in season opener

DePaul women’s soccer draws Fordham 1-1 in season opener

Ben Gartland

August 19, 2016


Filed under Sports

The season opener for DePaul women’s soccer featured the Blue Demons crawling back into the match to salvage a 1-1 draw against Fordham Friday at Wish Field. “I think it’s just a good lesson,” head coach Erin Chastain said. “Fordham (0-0-1) is a good team. They’re really hard working...

Jackson Park receives presidential library

Jackson Park receives presidential library

Associated Press

July 30, 2016


Filed under Nation & World

The Obama Foundation formally announced Friday that Chicago's Jackson Park will be home to Barack Obama's presidential library. "Michelle and I are thrilled that the Obama Presidential Center will be developed in the heart of Chicago's South Side, a community we call home and that means the w...

Lollapalooza 2016: Thursday

Pat Mullane

July 29, 2016


Filed under Arts/Life

The day has finally come, Lollapalooza officially kicked off its four-day festival in Grant Park yesterday.  And while the weather might’ve given the crowds a rainy and muggy start, the festival itself held back nothing and no one in celebration of their 25th anniversary.  By the first day the cr...

CPS teachers push through budget cuts

Yazmin Dominguez

July 25, 2016


Filed under Opinions

Back in 2011, when Gov. Bruce Rauner was a private equity executive who was participating with the Chicago Public Education Fund, he labeled half of CPS teachers as “virtually illiterate” in an email sent out to education reform activists. According to The Associated Press, he continued on by...

Protests show multicultural unity

Yazmin Dominguez

July 18, 2016


Filed under Opinions

This past weekend, downtown Chicago had a large array of protests deriving from its streets. Among the yearly Taste of Chicago festival taking place on Columbus drive, there were Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests carrying on throughout the three day festival up until Monday of this week. On Jul...

Chicago museums offer unique Summer experiences

Pat Mullane

July 14, 2016


Filed under Arts/Life

While it may seem hard to believe, the summer season of Chicago offers much more than the countless savvy music festivals, movies in the parks, and the mouthwatering food festivals.  Beyond Lollapalooza and the Taste, Chicago is home to some of the fascinating and engrossing museums—from the third...

Mamby on the Beach surprises with Chance the Rapper, Tycho

Matt Koske

July 6, 2016


Filed under Arts/Life

Oakwood Beach hosted Mamby on the Beach’s second year featuring acts by Milky Chance, Animal Collective, Atmosphere, Chet Faker, Santigold, Chromeo, Tycho, Lido and a surprise appearance by Chicago hip-hop artist Chance the Rapper this past Fourth of July weekend. After a successful run last year, Mamby on the Beach and pr...

Lucas Museum not to be built in Chicago

Lucas Museum not to be built in Chicago

Jackson Danbeck

July 5, 2016


Filed under News

The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art will no longer be built in Chicago, “Star Wars” founder George Lucas announced June 24. Since November 2014, Lucas’ plan to build the $400 million museum on 17 acres of lakefront public land between Soldier Field and McCormick Place has been hindered by the ...

Game of Thrones: Dog Days of Winterfell

Game of Thrones: Dog Days of Winterfell

Ben Gartland

June 20, 2016


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV, News

It was a night of jubilation in Sunday night's Game of Thrones episode 'Battle of Bastards.' While there is always the moral grey area of watching a character brutally die, the case of Ramsay Bolton warrants cheering. As the subtle episode title would suggest, the majority of the episode revolves a...

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