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QUIZ: Where should you spend a DePaul St. Patty’s Day?
QUIZ: Where should you spend a DePaul St. Patty’s Day?
Jake Cox and Brigid O'Brien March 2, 2024
Take this quiz to find out where you should spend your St. Patrick's Day: DePaul Edition.
Column: Why eating disorder recovery never truly ends
Column: Why eating disorder recovery never truly ends
Lilly Keller, Print Managing Editor • February 26, 2024

Editor’s Note: This story contains content warning of eating disorders. Can one fully recover from an eating disorder? In the initial phases...

Marta Veronica Ramirez hangs a dress in her shop Veros Kids and Hulama on Feb. 4, 2024. Ramirez has seen a decease in clients after gentrification renovations at the Little Village Discount Mall.
A Latina mother’s resilience shines through gentrification at Little Village Discount Mall: ‘We are still open’
Alondra M. Castañeda, Contributing Writer • February 26, 2024

The floor-to-ceiling Mexican flag that once adorned the exterior of the once emblematic Little Village Discount Mall in Chicago’s Southwest...

Members of DePauls student organization Women of Color Pre-Law Association listen to a presentation in Arts and Letters Hall on Feb. 15, 2024. At the meeting, they learned about how to apply to law schools and where to find resources for the LSAT test.
Chicago Women, Queer and Non-binary Law Students of Color Create Organization to Fight Prejudices in the Legal Field
Rodolfo Zagal, La DePaulia News Editor • February 26, 2024

Arielle Kallan remembers how poorly their first experience in law was when they supervised a courtroom for legal proceedings and composed arguments.  "I...

Sharon Ferguson (left) and two other burlesque dancers bow on stage after “A West Side Story Burlesque Show” performance at Chicago’s Harris Theater on Feb. 17, 2024. The performance promoted sexual liberation through risque musical scenes and revealing clothing.
A West Side Story Burlesque Show Bridges Love and Safe Sex Through Erotic Dance
Emily Diaz, Contributing Writer • February 26, 2024

Twirling in poodle skirts and greaser jackets, an ensemble of dancers paid homage to the classic Broadway musical “West Side Story” on February...

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A photo illustration of a Texas flag and barbed wire, superimposed over an image of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, A participant carries a sign outside of a Take Our Border Back rally, Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024, in Quemado, Texas and a photo of the Supreme Court inside of a silhouette of Texas. Photo of participant by (AP Photo/Eric Gay). Other images used under Creative Commons.
‘Big, awful game of political theater:’ Tensions continue to rise between Texas and Biden administration
Lucia Preziosi, News Editor • February 25, 2024

The ongoing immigration battle between the Texas government andBiden administration has been characterized by Supreme Court cases, new congressional...

The entrance of The Last Chapter bookshop on Feb. 6, 2024, located on 2013 W. Roscoe St. Behind the brick entrance is a safe haven for all things romance.
Chicago's romance-centric bookstore gears up for Valentine's Day
Hailey Bosek, Contributing Writer • February 11, 2024

In the Roscoe Village store, patrons laugh, flip pages and peruse the shelves. Hundreds of shiny red hearts dangle from the store ceiling. Pink...

Sophomore Pablo Torres Almeida returns a serve at team practice as head coach Matt Brothers observes on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2024, at Lakeshore Sport & Fitness. Brothers is in his 17th season of coaching the Blue Demons.
Men’s tennis serves early success through team chemistry
Ryan Hinske, Sports Editor • February 25, 2024

DePaul men’s tennis did not become a conference stalwart overnight; its culture, fueled by head coach Matt Brothers, is a product of experience...

The Ray allows full-time undergrad students unlimited access to athletic facilities during the school year.
Is The Ray too crowded?
Santiago Davila, Contributing Writer • February 18, 2024
Members of DePauls student organization Women of Color Pre-Law Association listen to a presentation in Arts and Letters Hall on Feb. 15, 2024. At the meeting, they learned about how to apply to law schools and where to find resources for the LSAT test.
Chicago Women, Queer and Non-binary Law Students of Color Create Organization to Fight Prejudices in the Legal Field
Rodolfo Zagal, La DePaulia News Editor • February 26, 2024

Arielle Kallan remembers how poorly their first experience in law was when they supervised a courtroom for legal proceedings and composed arguments.  "I...

QUIZ: Where should you spend a DePaul St. Patty’s Day?
QUIZ: Where should you spend a DePaul St. Patty’s Day?
Jake Cox and Brigid O'Brien March 2, 2024
Take this quiz to find out where you should spend your St. Patrick's Day: DePaul Edition.
Column: Why eating disorder recovery never truly ends
Column: Why eating disorder recovery never truly ends
Lilly Keller, Print Managing Editor • February 26, 2024

Editor’s Note: This story contains content warning of eating disorders. Can one fully recover from an eating disorder? In the initial phases...

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