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Car to Cargo bike: The rise of the cycling community in Chicago
Rebecca Meluch, News Editor • May 9, 2021

After paying her second traffic ticket off, Lindsay Bayley looked at her car and said to herself,  “Wow...

 Ty Yamamoto, DePaul alumni and filmmaker who’s short experimental film “Face Me” released at the CineYouth festival.
DePaul alum’s ‘Face Me’ a call to action directed at Hollywood casting
May 9, 2021

“Face Me” is an experimental film created and directed by DePaul alum Ty Yamamoto. The film uses a montage of projected visuals to explore...

FILE - The currently closed AMC Burbank 16 movie theatres complex is pictured on April 29, 2020, in Burbank, Calif. After several false starts, the film industry is hoping to bring new releases back into movie theaters in late August. But for blockbusters, it may mean rethinking opening weekend and returning to a more gradual rollout through international and U.S. territories. Gone for now are the days of massive global openings. And theater owners say if they don
Movie theatres look to bounce back after drastic 2020
May 9, 2021

Buttery popcorn, dimmed lights and supposedly silenced cell phones: These are all key elements of the movie theater experience, and trying to...

Pandemic ‘languishing’ leaves students, staff pining for better days
Pandemic ‘languishing’ leaves students, staff pining for better days
May 9, 2021

Spring can be a stressful time for many students and staff members. With summer on the horizon and months of work behind them, it can be difficult...

DePaul will feature in Paradise Jam tournament next season
DePaul men’s tennis loses 4-1 to Illinois in first round of NCAA Tournament

May 9, 2021

The DePaul men’s tennis team lost to University of Illinois, 4-1, in the first...

Men’s tennis overcomes hurdles to achieve program’s best-ever season

May 9, 2021

Over a year ago, college athletes in spring sports had their seasons cut short...

DePaul softball sweeps UIC, secures seventh Big East regular season championship

May 9, 2021

The DePaul Blue Demons softball team capped off Senior Day weekend in style...

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OPINION: Covid-19 vaccine mandates, education will keep DePaul’s community safe

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Megan Dewitt inoculates Alice Collins with the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at a Walmart in the Austin neighborhood, of Chicago, Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021. (Pat Nabong/Chicago Sun-Times via AP)

OPINION: The pandemic is far from over in India and abroad

May 9, 2021

Every morning, I check the news in India to monitor the Covid-19 crisis abroad,...

COLUMN: Getting the vaccine is one step closer to normalcy

May 9, 2021

Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson — when given the opportunity to get...

OPINION: DePaul’s vaccination mandate prioritizes safety over personal liberties

May 2, 2021

DePaul’s President’s Office announced last Tuesday that the university will...

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Grab your headphones — the cicadas are coming

Photo courtesy of Cicada Crew UMD

Brood 10 will come by the thousands starting mid-May and will remain above ground until June.

Job market for new grads: Much hiring but much competition

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Lucius Giannini stands for a portrait Thursday, April 15, 2021, in San Diego. Giannini graduated from the University of California at San Diego at the end of last summer with a degree in political science. He had hoped to find work with the Peace Corps, or maybe teaching English overseas. But the Peace Corps was bringing all its volunteers home, and no one was hiring for overseas teaching. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Puerto Rican organizations in Chicago call for self-determination of Puerto Rico

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Voters use booths to mark their ballots for the general election at a polling center set up at the Rafael Labra School in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)

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Deceased artists live on through posthumous albums
The difference between reform, defund and abolish
America’s reality singing competitions forge onward despite cultural shifts
Media historically portrays youth of color as older, more dangerous
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