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Rev. Dennis Holtschneider’s last interview as president of DePaul

Rev. Dennis Holtschneider’s last interview as president of DePaul

Rachel Hinton

May 30, 2017


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The first time Rev. Dennis Holtschneider, C.M. stepped foot on DePaul’s campus was in 2004 when he was a candidate for president. Read More »...

Student bloggers turn hobbies into professional portfolios

Student bloggers turn hobbies into professional portfolios

Madeline Cruz

May 22, 2017


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Meghan McAllister started her life and style blog, Lincoln Park Minute, in January 2015. At first it was just a place for her to share her love for fashion, but her blog has since evolved with her. She said she has stepped away from just her personal style and now focuses more on adult content such as ...

Mural art in the city’s CTA stations captures culture and history

Mural art in the city’s CTA stations captures culture and history

Daniel Reyes

May 15, 2017


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Chicago’s CTA stops have navigated toward installing artwork created by artists from around the world. The initiative for these pieces took off less than five years ago. Over 50 stations out of the 145 available to travelers received some type of art from a local artist or an international creator. The ...

From Mom, with love

From Mom, with love

Charlene Haparimwi

May 7, 2017


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In celebration of Mother's Day, the DePaul community reflected on ways their mothers have influenced them. Read More »...

Raising the bar

Raising the bar

Ally Pruitt

May 1, 2017


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Chicago is known for its nightlife. You can’t drive down any main street without seeing a bar or nightclub and you can find people roaming the streets or in bars any day of the week. Read More »...

Record Store Day sparks discussion on students attraction to vinyls

Record Store Day sparks discussion on students attraction to vinyls

Udani Hewavitharanas

April 23, 2017


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In this digital age, where streaming services are competing for listeners, not much attention is given to vinyl. Millennials are more concerned with their Daily Mixes on Spotify, or the next album that is an Apple Music exclusive. However, for one weekend, students turned off their laptops and went old...

Students walk down memory lane and discuss their first concerts

Students walk down memory lane and discuss their first concerts

Christiana Jones

April 16, 2017


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You can almost feel it—the warm breeze, the humid air, the sound of laughter and chatter as people take to parks and sidewalks. Spring is almost in full swing and summer is just around the corner and, as anyone who loves music knows, that also means one thing: concert season. Read More »...

DePaul parents reflect on how their parenting has shifted post-election

DePaul parents reflect on how their parenting has shifted post-election

Donyae Lewis

April 10, 2017


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CNN political commentator Van Jones depicted the nightmare that many parents across the nation were having to face on Nov 8, 2016. “It’s hard to be a parent tonight for a lot of us,” Jones said. Read More »...

Students share their experiences using ride-sharing services

Students share their experiences using ride-sharing services

Christopher Silber

April 2, 2017


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It's late  at night. You're just now leaving that party or a study session at the library and now you don't want to make that long commute home. Without even thinking, you pull out your phone and request a ride from one of the two ride-hailing apps, Uber or Lyft. Read More »...

Celebrate St. Patrick’s with these mocktails

Celebrate St. Patrick’s with these mocktails

Shirui Ji

March 6, 2017


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With St. Patrick’s Day’s approaching, people will be crowded in bars and parties, celebrating the holiday with lots of alcoholic drinks, but that doesn't mean those are the only options for celebrating. Read More »...

Picking the road less traveled

Picking the road less traveled

Matt Koske

February 27, 2017


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Many students are on a tight budget. We don’t have the money to fly across the states to attend a hot beach party in Miami. This becomes a challenge when trying to plan an affordable spring break with friends.  However, spring break can be spent in various different ways, depending on how you would...

Commanders in mischeif

Commanders in mischeif

Sam Johnson

February 20, 2017


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Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States, and in his younger days, “could hoist a small keg with one arm and drink from it,” Dr. James Cornelius, historian and curator at the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Sprngfield, said. “He was a young guy on the frontier where drin...

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