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Open letter to the DePaul Board of Trustees: Make your investment profile public

Open letter to the DePaul Board of Trustees: Make your investment profile public

James Langford, Contributing Writer

May 14, 2018


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Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that DePaul University pulled its investments with Israel in 2014. The university never pulled investments within Israel. The editors acknowledge and regret the error. Every day, when walking past the Student Center on DePaul’s Linco...

Letter to the Editor: Lenti Ponsetto’s accomplishments speak for themselves

Letter to the Editor: Lenti Ponsetto’s accomplishments speak for themselves

Anna Frank, John McEnroe

April 9, 2018


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We write this letter with both pride and passion—pride in the accomplishments and quality of the athletics program as a whole and passion in response to what we believe is a disproportionate amount of accusations, negativity and reliance on questionable sources that have appeared in The DePaulia in r...

Letter to Esteban

Letter to Esteban

March 12, 2018


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9:52 a.m. on March 6 Dear President Esteban, Please include me on any list of potential donors you have who will start contributing funds back to the university once a new Athletic Director is installed and the Men's Basketball team is once again made a priority. We are about to embark on the 14th...

PhD students take a stand against the lack of affordable healthcare

PhD students take a stand against the lack of affordable healthcare

DePaul PhD Students

February 26, 2018


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If you are someone who believes that healthcare is a right and not a privilege, you may have felt especially hopeless and helpless over the past year. Together, the Trump administration and the Republican-controlled Congress have worked relentlessly to jeopardize the already precarious and problemat...

DePaul stands against sexual and relationship violence

DePaul stands against sexual and relationship violence

Karen Tamburro, Title IX Coordinator

February 19, 2018


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More and more conversations about sexual and relationship violence are happening in society and on our campus, driven in part by the growing #MeToo movement. As DePaul’s Title IX Coordinator, I appreciate when students show an interest in these issues and are open to learning more. Last week, some ...

Letter to the editor: U.S. holds responsibility to prevent mineral exploitation in Democratic Republic of Congo

Letter to the editor: U.S. holds responsibility to prevent mineral exploitation in Democratic Republic of Congo

John Kafarhire, Contributing Writer

January 8, 2018


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The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is known to be one of the richest countries in the world by its natural resources attracting several other countries and multinational companies. However, the country has undergone, throughout its history, different atrocities of genocidal proportions. Today, the Co...

DePaul not ruined by cultural Marxism

Brenden Moore

February 12, 2015


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“DePaul University Has Been Ruined By Cultural Marxism” was the title of a blog post that made the rounds on social media last week. Featured on the Return of Kings website, a “blog for heterosexual, masculine men,” it was written by a DePaul student who was apparently upset that groups other than s...

Letter to the editor: Consent the D should not be

Stephanie Swiatek

November 3, 2014


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Consent the D, a new university organization, should hire a communication consultant immediately. I’m a communication student, a woman, a daughter and a sister. And this organization’s poor messaging disgusted me. Read More »...

Letter to the Editor: What individual citizens can do to combat campus sexual assault

Megan Greeson

October 7, 2014


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Educate yourself about the dynamics of sexual assault Hold you and your peers accountable Know how to respond to a friend Continue working with the university response to these issue Don’t rape people In last week’s DePaulia, students raised issues surrounding how the DePaul community is dea...

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