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The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

Jason Fennell and Emily Delacruz host the 2024 Premiere Film Festival.

DePaul students celebrate a year’s worth of films at the 18th annual Premiere film festival

Zachary Klein, Staff Writer July 1, 2024

Student filmmakers’ varied taste was on display throughout the night at DePaul’s 18th annual Premiere Film Festival on May 31 at the Music Box Theater. The festival, which is run by students from Wendy...

File - The Music Box Theatre during the Chicago International Film Festival on Oct. 18.

Premiere Film Festival: Coming soon to a theater near you

Hayla C. Brooks May 30, 2024

Each year, DePaul’s School of Cinematic Arts hosts the Premiere Film Festival at the Music Box Theatre at 3733 N. Southport Ave. Featuring cinematic works students produced, this year’s festival – ...

Crowds head over to the stage at the Sueños music festival on Saturday, May 25, 2024, in Grant Park. The festival brought more than 25 Reggaeton and Latin artists.

Photo Gallery: Latino pride stands strong at the Sueños Music Festival

Gia Clarke, Contributing Writer May 27, 2024

The Sueños Music Festival returned to Grant Park for its third year on May 25. The sold-out festival had nearly 70,000 fans attend performances by Latin artists such as Rauw Alejandro and Young Miko....

Jack Riley, guitarist of My Sister the Heron, plays a tune as their hair blows in the wind in Jonquil Park on Saturday, May 18, 2024. They said they felt awesome while playing

Local, student-led festival hits a ‘Grant Slam’ in the park

Anna Barth, Contributing Writer May 26, 2024

A stampede of feet sends mountains of dirt into the air, each dancing kick an expression of undeniable joy. Friends hold each other as their hair develops a mind of its own, unable to help itself from...

Choc Choc, owned by Leah Kim and managed by Ella Quijas, sits in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood on Friday, May 3, 2024. The store’s name means “well-moisturized skin” in Korean.

Korean beauty store expanding, as K-Pop craze grows in Chicago

Olivia Waletzke, Contributing Writer May 26, 2024

Korean beauty, or simply known as “K-beauty,” is a skincare concept originating in Korea that emphasizes hydrating and brightening the skin. As the “clean girl aesthetic” and natural makeup have...

“I Saw the TV Glow” Review: Nostalgia and queer identity intersect in Jane Schoenbrun’s new psychological horror-drama.

“I Saw the TV Glow” Review: Nostalgia and queer identity intersect in Jane Schoenbrun’s new psychological horror-drama.

Robin Pett, Contributing Writer May 26, 2024

In the films of director Jane Schoenbrun, screens and the media displayed on them act as a separating force between the “real” world and the true identity of the characters within it. If Schoenbrun’s...

Summer Recharge: Students discuss why breaks from school are so important

Summer Recharge: Students discuss why breaks from school are so important

Isabella Salinas, Contributing Writer May 26, 2024

As the spring quarter is ending, and the temperatures are already rising, students at DePaul have expressed how eager they are for the summer break. Whether spending summer working, at internships or...

Kiki Layne performs in a Theater school production of Arabian Nights in 2013. Layne would graduate from the conservatory in 2014.

KiKi Layne’s love for the unexpected: DePaul Theater School alumni reflects on career and teachings amid “Dandelion” opening

Sam Mroz, Arts & Life Editor May 26, 2024

KiKi Layne, a Cincinnati native and DePaul alumna, has spent years building her craft as an actor. After graduating from The Theater School in 2014, she would coast across Chicago’s performance scene,...

Nicole Lewis of Phi Mu celebrates with other members of her sorority after winning Delta Gamma’s volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 18, 2024. The sorority was awarded with a fanny pack and trophy for their victory in the competition.

Greek Giving: DePaul fraternities and sororities partake in their annual fundraisers

Oliva Waletzke, Contributing Writer May 26, 2024

At DePaul, the month of May is a busy time for Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL)chapters and their weeks of service, when each chapter across the country hosts fundraisers for charities they support....

Members of the comedy sketch group “Go for Broke” begin their show with a skit about finding the board game that shares their name in an old, cluttered attic on Sunday, May 19, 2024. This was the group’s last show at the Bughouse Theater.

Go For Broke: Sketch comedy groups trusts the process and each other

Claire Tweedie, Content Managing Editor May 26, 2024

“Cash Cab” — that was the winning idea DePaul junior Elissa Bartkowski brought to her first rehearsal for the sketch comedy group Go For Broke. It came weeks after re-watching old videos of the trivia...

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Lilly’s Final DeJamz

Lilly Keller, Editor in Chief May 26, 2024

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Nichols Farm & Orchard employees Steve Freeman, left, and Aiden Nichols chat at their stand in the Lincoln Park Green City Market on Wednesday, May 8, 2024. Freeman has enjoyed working at Nichols Farm & Orchard for 20 years and Nichols has been involved with the farm all his life. Both enjoy the atmosphere and community of the market.

Green City Market blooms with spring

Hayla Brooks and Morgan Kirsch May 19, 2024

What began as a small startup in 1999 has blossomed into a full-fledged organization, as   Green City Market provides fresh, local eats to the citizens of Chicago and all its visitors. After becoming...

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