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University community rallies to defend undocumented students

University community rallies to defend undocumented students

Danielle Harris

January 9, 2017


Filed under News

President-elect Donald Trump’s victorious presidential campaign was starkly anti-immigrant from its inception. Read More »...

DePaul men’s basketball’s upset bid falls short at No. 1 Villanova 68-65

DePaul men’s basketball’s upset bid falls short at No. 1 Villanova 68-65

Ben Gartland

December 28, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

It's safe to say DePaul men's basketball beat the 27-point spread. DePaul (7-7, 0-1 Big East) pushed No. 1, undefeated, reigning-national champion Villanova (13-0, 1-0) to their absolute limit on Wednesday night as the Blue Demons fell 68-65. Junior forward Tre'Darius McCallum led the Blue Demons...

No. 22 DePaul women’s basketball rolls Tennesee Martin 100-68

No. 22 DePaul women’s basketball rolls Tennesee Martin 100-68

Ben Gartland

December 20, 2016


Filed under Basketball, News, Sports, Women's Sports

From the opening bucket, No. 22 DePaul women's basketball was in charge of the game as the Blue Demons (8-4) defeated Tennesee Martin (3-9) 100-68. Senior guard Brooke Schulte led the game with 27 points, which is the most for any Big East player this season and a career high for her. The Blue Demons...

Security tightens at Christmas markets across Europe, globe

Security tightens at Christmas markets across Europe, globe

Rachel Hinton and LORI HINNANT

December 20, 2016


Filed under Nation & World, News

Security was tightened at Christmas markets across Europe on Tuesday after a deadly truck attack on a market in Berlin — and pointed questions arose over why the German capital was vulnerable despite months of warnings. Monday night's truck rampage in Berlin left 12 people dead and nearly 50 wounded. On...

Five things to do before holidays

Five things to do before holidays

Pat Mullane

December 19, 2016


Filed under Arts/Life

With the winter chill quickly becoming more bitter as the days go by, there is only so much to do in Chicago before the winter air becomes more frigid than festive.  Luckily the city is still trying to create holiday cheer to distract bundled-up citizens from the dropping temps and frenzied, last minute...

No. 17/16 DePaul women’s basketball crushes Loyola 107-46

No. 17/16 DePaul women’s basketball crushes Loyola 107-46

Ben Gartland

December 18, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

Loyola women's basketball was going to be in for a tough season as they had to replace the majority of their roster, led by the youngest coaching staff in the country. It's year one of the healing process following the firing of former head coach Sheryl Swoopes, but that also means a rebuilding year. The...

DePaul men’s basketball explodes for 109-61 win over Chicago State

DePaul men’s basketball explodes for 109-61 win over Chicago State

Ben Gartland

December 17, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, News, Sports

On Wednesday night, DePaul men’s basketball suffered an upset defeat at the hands of Illinois-Chicago, a game in which players and coaches lamented a lack of energy. They found it again with a 24-4 run to open up their game on Saturday. DePaul (6-4) crushed Chicago State (3-8) with a 109-61 victory. "It's...

DePaul men’s basketball can’t stop UIC rally in 80-75 loss

DePaul men’s basketball can’t stop UIC rally in 80-75 loss

Ben Gartland

December 14, 2016


Filed under Crime Watch, Sports

DePaul men's basketball has gained a reputation this season as a team that plays better in the second half. They've made several comebacks, both successful and unsuccessful, that lead to overall better results after halftime. On Wednesday night they were on the other end of the spectrum as the Blue...

No. 16/15 DePaul women’s basketball can’t overcome No. 2/1 Notre Dame 75-61

No. 16/15 DePaul women’s basketball can’t overcome No. 2/1 Notre Dame 75-61

Ben Gartland

December 10, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

Lots of things have changed between Notre Dame and DePaul in the last few years. They now play in different conferences and the players are all changed from when they were Big East rivals. What hasn't changed, however, is the attitude of the games when the two teams play. It was a tough, physical...

Northwestern trounces DePaul men’s basketball 80-64

Northwestern trounces DePaul men’s basketball 80-64

Ben Gartland

December 3, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

Fresh off two comeback wins in a row, DePaul men's basketball travelled to Northwestern for their first road game of 2016. They couldn't come back from this one. The Blue Demons (4-2) were trounced by the Wildcats (6-2) 80-64. The Blue Demons cut into the lead in the second half, but were ...

Chicago ranked best city in the world by Time Out

Chicago ranked best city in the world by Time Out

Maddy Crozier

December 2, 2016


Filed under Focus

Those who think Chicago is the best place to live might now have evidence to back it up. An extensive survey of nearly 20,000 people in 18 different countries found that, when it comes to the things that make a city great, Chicago ranked highest across the board. The Time Out City Index comes from...

DePaul men’s basketball survives Drake with a 77-75 win

DePaul men’s basketball survives Drake with a 77-75 win

Ben Gartland

November 30, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, News, Sports

In 2007, the rapper Drake released a mixtape titled "Comeback Season" In 2016, DePaul men's basketball dropped the remix. The Blue Demons (4-1) rallied back from a 15-point second half deficit to defeat Drake (1-6), the university, 77-75 on Wednesday night. It was their second big comeback win...

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