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‘Humans of MUB’ at DePaul highlights residents and their stories

‘Humans of MUB’ at DePaul highlights residents and their stories

Jordan Sarti

September 14, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Lifestyle

“Everyone has a story,” reads the Humans of MUB Facebook page. Modeled after the popular art project Humans of New York, Humans of MUB attempts to unify and document the diverse inhabitants of the conjoined Munroe and Belden-Racine Residence Halls. Resident adviser Jennifer Himes works along...

Theatre school announces 2014-15 season, kicks off with ‘In the Heights’

Theatre school announces 2014-15 season, kicks off with ‘In the Heights’

Emma Rubenstein

September 14, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Theater

The DePaul Theatre School provides the Chicago community with a true gift. Its numerous shows, wealth of talent, and accessible nature solidify it as one of the most wonderful theater destinations that the city has to offer. This year, it is home to a vibrant and varied set of productions that are ...

Let’s grab a bite: Your guide to great restaurants near DePaul’s campus

Let’s grab a bite: Your guide to great restaurants near DePaul’s campus

Jenna Duddleston

September 14, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Food & Drink

The Loop Freshii 854 W. Armitage Ave. Freshii is perfect for a quick and healthy meal that’s also environmentally friendly. It offers a variety of basic options to choose from, including salads, wraps, salad wraps, bowls, burritos, soup, frozen yogurt, juices and smoothies and breakfast. Though its ...

DePaul women’s soccer triumphs over Loyola 4-0

Matthew Paras

September 14, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

Senior defender Rachel Pitman said earlier in the week that the Blue Demons were still looking for a full, 90-minute performance. Read More »...

DePaul women’s basketball 2014-2015 schedule released

Ben Gartland

September 11, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

Winning the Big East regular season and tournament last season has put the Blue Demon’s women’s basketball team in primetime. Read More »...

BREAKING: McKinney dismissed from DePaul men’s basketball team, charged with battery

BREAKING: McKinney dismissed from DePaul men’s basketball team, charged with battery

Ben Gartland

September 10, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

DePaul senior guard Charles McKinney has been dismissed from the men’s basketball team due to a "violation of team rules," the University announced Wednesday. Tom Negoven of WGN reported that McKinney was charged with three counts of battery. The program cited a violation of team rules as the reason f...

Persuing a Vincentian balance sheet

Persuing a Vincentian balance sheet

Kevin Gross

June 2, 2014


Filed under Opinions

Over the past few weeks our campus has been captivated by the utterly polarizing debate over the Israeli divestment campaign. One of the main complaints regarding the campaign was this question: “Why Israel? Why focus on Israel when there are so many other places in the world that are complicit in...

Cutting edge: Driehaus College of Business receives one of first consumer 3D printers

Cutting edge: Driehaus College of Business receives one of first consumer 3D printers

Robert Martin

May 27, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

The new technology that allows three-dimensional objects to be created from a desktop printer in minutes has arrived at DePaul. On May 13, the Driehaus College of Business’s “Center for Creativity and Innovation” acquired a Makerbot 2 Replicator, one of the first consumer model 3D printers to hit...

DePaul students let loose at FEST

DePaul students let loose at FEST

Amanda Driscoll

May 27, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

On Friday afternoon, DePaul’s grassy Quad was transformed from a study space to music venue for the highly anticipated FEST. Walkie-talkies incessantly buzzed on the hips of DAB volunteers while equipment and lighting crews prepared for the festival. Grills were loaded with hot dogs, coolers were...

DePaul SGA referendum vote calls for divestment

DePaul SGA referendum vote calls for divestment

Kevin Gross

May 27, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

Students voted in favor of a Student Government Association (SGA) referendum calling on DePaul to withdraw its investments in companies that do business with Israel’s military and corporations that work in the West Bank and Gaza, easily passing by 54.2 percent. A total of 2,908 votes were cast,...

DePaul Art Museum exhibit pays homage to Latino thinkers with ‘Portraits of Liberation Across Latino America’

DePaul Art Museum exhibit pays homage to Latino thinkers with ‘Portraits of Liberation Across Latino America’

Nicole Cash

May 27, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life

The large, colorful portraits, made mostly from aerosol, stood up against the white walls while about 50 people filtered in and filled up all the seats. Funky hiphop and smooth Latin music played in the background while the guests enjoyed refreshments and took photos. This was the scene Wednesday n...

DePaul students should be required to take women’s and gender studies classes

Erin Yarnall

May 27, 2014


Filed under Opinions

Feminism means that women are going to kill men and take over the world, right? It means that all women will turn into lesbians, right? The primary feminist concern is if their date will go Dutch or not, right? Absolutely wrong. Feminism is simply the belief that people should be equal politi...

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