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Interview: Frank Iero of Frnkiero and the Cellabration at Riot Fest 2014

Interview: Frank Iero of Frnkiero and the Cellabration at Riot Fest 2014

Erin Yarnall

September 14, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

Frank Iero has not simply sat still since the breakup of his former band, My Chemical Romance. The musician has become a father for the third time, started a new band called Death Spells, released a two-track release entitled For Jamia…, and most recently released Stomachaches, put out under t...

Review: Day Two of Riot Fest 2014

Review: Day Two of Riot Fest 2014

Erin Yarnall

September 13, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

[slideshow_deploy id='3398'] Riot Fest has always been a festival with large lines and crowds. Lines to go to the bathroom, to get food, but this year the lines to get into the second day of the festival were obnoxiously long. Read More »...

Review: Day One of Riot Fest 2014

Review: Day One of Riot Fest 2014

Erin Yarnall

September 13, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

[slideshow_deploy id='3366'] [hr] A lot can happen in 10 years. People get older, places change, and Riot Fest evolves from a few bands playing headliner shows at numerous venues throughout Chicago, to a weekend music festival with carnival rides and huge headliners in Humboldt Park. Read ...

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...

The new depauliaonline.com

The new depauliaonline.com

Courtney Jacquin

September 9, 2014


Filed under News

As you’re currently reading this article, you know things are looking different on depauliaonline.com. And that’s a good thing, we’re happy about it this time. Three months ago I wrote a similar piece about The DePaulia’s website looking different, but that time it was out of our control. Our former website content management system College...

Interim President recognizes university success and challenges at convocation

Interim President recognizes university success and challenges at convocation

Grant Myatt

September 5, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

[hr] [dropcap]I[/dropcap]n the absence of DePaul President Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., Interim President Patricia O’Donoghue took the podium Friday morning at convocation to kick off another school year. Read More »...

DePaul women’s soccer ties university-best start in 3-1 win over Illinois State

DePaul women’s soccer ties university-best start in 3-1 win over Illinois State

Matthew Paras

September 3, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]ePaul women’s soccer head coach Erin Chastain knew what Illinois State was capable of before Thursday’s game at Wish Field, remembering a 4-3 overtime loss from last season. So when the Blue Demons went down 1-0 in the 25th minute, Chastain needed her team to overcome a slow start. Read More »...

Sad boys, fleece jackets and Tumblr: A commentary on Yung Lean

Sad boys, fleece jackets and Tumblr: A commentary on Yung Lean

Kevin Quin

August 20, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

The narrative of an artist becoming successful after being discovered on the Internet is no new phenomenon. Practically anyone can be the next “it” person, thanks to our ever-growing digital culture and the following of this not-so-secret formula: Record a few crappy songs on your laptop, upload...

Pressure Points: a look at this year’s events

Pressure Points: a look at this year’s events

DePaulia Staff

June 2, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

 When the 2012-13 school year ended, the talk of the new basketball arena was dominating the conversation. Groups were forming, faculty and staff were speaking out, and it seemed like protests of the university’s newest investment would dominate the 2013-14 school year and beyond. But anger against t...

Who is alt lit?

Who is alt lit?

Andrew Morrell

June 2, 2014


Filed under Art, Arts/Life

The mysterious Internet subculture, with roots in Chicago, that's home to the next generation of groundbreaking writers On a cloudy Wednesday afternoon, Heiko Julien sits on the floor of Rachel "Pattycake" Bell's Chicago apartment, iPhone to mouth, face to laptop. He is recording readings of several ...

Socks and sandals are fouling up fashion show runways

Socks and sandals are fouling up fashion show runways

Courtney Jacquin

June 2, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Fashion

Rules were made to be broken, especially in fashion. Only wear white between Memorial Day and Labor Day? No way. Don’t mix black and brown? Please. But some rules are non-negotiables. These fashion guidelines have been put in place to protect poor, innocent bystanders from the most heinous of loo...

Cirque DePaul: Airfit workout comes to Chicago

Cirque DePaul: Airfit workout comes to Chicago

Clare Edlund

May 27, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports

There’s a new, casual approach to working out — or hanging out. This suspension- training program, which started in 2010 (during an economical crisis), is slowly making its name in Chicago. Founder Shama Patel, striving to revolutionize fitness, left her professional attorney job to introduce a new work...

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