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Refuse Fascism protests off to a slow start

Refuse Fascism protests off to a slow start

Jonathan Ballew and Skyler Stallings

November 13, 2017


Filed under News

Despite cold and rainy weather conditions, a crowd of over one hundred activists gathered at Federal Plaza on Nov. 4. The protest was the first in a series of demonstrations scheduled to last until the 18th. Read More »...

Murray brings the fury

Murray brings the fury

Timothy Duke, Contributing Writer

November 6, 2017


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In the pouring, freezing rain on Wednesday, students protested conservative Libertarian speaker Charles Murray’s appearance at DePaul. College Republicans hosted the event inside of Cortelyou Commons with Chicago police, Public Safety and a contracted company providing security. Read More »...

Nation & World Briefs: Sept. 18, 2017

Nation & World Briefs: Sept. 18, 2017

The Associated Press

September 18, 2017


Filed under Nation & World

International news headlines you need to know. Read More »...

Update: Man charged with misdemeanor after alleged knife attack on DePaul’s campus

Update: Man charged with misdemeanor after alleged knife attack on DePaul’s campus

Rachel Hinton

May 31, 2017


Filed under News

A 36-year-old male identified as Patrick Fallon has been charged with misdemeanor reckless conduct/ bodily harm after allegedly slashing a man with a knife near DePaul's Student Center on Tuesday. It is unconfirmed whether the altercation was related to the rally and protests near the Student Center. Fallon...

Man stabbed on DePaul’s campus during protests Tuesday night

Man stabbed on DePaul’s campus during protests Tuesday night

Ben Gartland, Rachel Hinton, and Danielle Church

May 30, 2017


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DePaul Public Safety confirmed multiple eyewitnesses accounts that a person was stabbed on DePaul University’s campus Tuesday evening. It is unclear whether the altercation was related to the rally held near the Student Center earlier that evening. In an email sent out to the University community...

Protests show multicultural unity

Yazmin Dominguez

July 18, 2016


Filed under Opinions

This past weekend, downtown Chicago had a large array of protests deriving from its streets. Among the yearly Taste of Chicago festival taking place on Columbus drive, there were Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests carrying on throughout the three day festival up until Monday of this week. On Jul...

Black Leadership Coalition releases statement on Yiannopoulos event

Black Leadership Coalition releases statement on Yiannopoulos event

Mariah Woelfel

June 9, 2016


Filed under News, Opinions

On Thursday, The DePaulia received a five-page statement from the DePaul University Black Leadership Coalition (DPUBLC). The statement is in reaction to events leading up to and following the Milo Yiannopoulos event held by DePaul College Republicans on May 24. This is the statement in its ent...

Students stage sit-in, vent over campus tensions

Students stage sit-in, vent over campus tensions

Brenden Moore and Rachel Hinton

June 2, 2016


Filed under Campus News, News

A small group of students expressed frustration over campus tensions and the university’s corresponding response Wednesday evening by marching around the Lincoln Park campus and staging a sit-in in Arts & Letters Hall. The event comes more than a week after conservative writer Milo Yian...

Community conversations needed for police problems

Community conversations needed for police problems

Rachel Hinton

May 10, 2015


Filed under Nation & World

On arguably the nicest day of the quarter, DePaul’s Black Student Union (BSU) lounged in a circle on the Quad hosting a “pop-up” conversation on topics ranging from police brutality to treatment of the oppressed that was occasionally swept away by strong gusts of wind. BSU’s mission for that day  mirrored that of other groups around the countr...

Chicago activists sympathize with Baltimore

Chicago activists sympathize with Baltimore

Brenden Moore

May 3, 2015


Filed under Metro, News

A “teach-in” was held on DePaul’s Loop campus Wednesday night to explain the controversial acquittal of a Chicago detective charged with manslaughter in the 2012 death of Rekia Boyd, a 22-year-old African American woman. Read More »...

Turmoil in the East

Turmoil in the East

Kevin Gross

October 12, 2014


Filed under Nation & World

Pro-Democracy riots continue in Hong Kong, raise questions of stability Long-bubbling discontent about issues of democracy in Hong Kong finally reached a boiling point, as tens of thousands of protesters have gathered throughout the last few weeks to cry out against the perceived injustices of the ...

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