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Andrew Callaghan (Left) speaks with Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio in Portland, Ore. for Proud Boys Rally Oct. 3, 2020

A journalistic commentary on Andrew Callaghan

Jonah Weber, Assistant Arts and Life Editor January 22, 2023

Andrew Callaghan a 25 year-old independent American journalist who got his start on Youtube has been making waves in the journalism world. He has described his work, according to an interview with Interview...

In her first solo exhibit titled Static Range, artist and writer Himali Singh Soin explores the past and  present of nuclear landscapes.

Static Range: Himali Singh Soin explores the past and present of nuclear landscapes

Joey Stephens, Contributing Writer January 15, 2023

The conversation begins in the hallway at the entrance. A different feeling than the city outside, the light softens as the viewer approaches the sound of the artist's voice.   Located at the Art...

Winter quarter guidance

Winter quarter guidance

Jonah Weber, Assistant Arts and Life Editor January 8, 2023

On Jan 3, most freshmen likely returned from the longest winter break they have ever had.  Coming back to DePaul when the negative wind chill can pierce through your coat and it is pitch black by 4pm...

It’s time to dance: DePaul acts as testing site for “Little Disco”

It’s time to dance: DePaul acts as testing site for “Little Disco”

Jake Cox, Opinions Editor January 8, 2023

Seeming to appear overnight, Little Disco emerges as a social media app driven by real human connection. The “rehearsal space” for this venture is DePaul. Buzz for the app started building around campus...

The Joffery ballet, one of the largest dance companies in Chicago, celebrates the holidays with their yearly production of The Nutcracker.

Joffrey Ballet’s reimagined Nutcracker brings new dimension to a Holiday Classic

Lauren Coates, Contributing Writer December 26, 2022

Up there with figure skating and decorating gingerbread houses, an annual outing to catch a performance of “The Nutcracker” during the holiday season is a precious tradition among many American families. For...

Scholars from over 105 Tribes and Nations participated in composing the Field Museums updated exhibit.

Living justice: Native American and Indigenous voices at forefront of new exhibit

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor November 13, 2022

When the Field Museum opened its original Native American exhibit in the late 1950s, the only Indigenous peoples invited to participate were those asked to perform. Now, nearly seven decades later, this...

Rocio Olea (left) and Maria Guadalupe Olea (right) stand in front of Panaderia Nuevo Leon in Pilsen selling cempasúchil flowers.

The Cempasúchil flowers unite Chicagoans with their deceased loved ones

Stephania Rodriguez, Staff Writer November 6, 2022

Living in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, Ubertino Soto rented land to build a farm and harvest cempasúchil flowers to sell to a company as animal feed. For three months, Soto harvested cempasúchil...

Can we separate the art from artist?

Can we separate the art from artist?

Una Cleary, Focus Editor November 6, 2022

Kanye West, Travis Scott, John Lennon and R. Kelly are all considered to be some of the most famous musical artists of all time, constantly topping the charts for decades at a time.  Yet with their...

One of Chicagos most notable haunts, The Congress Hotel, was built in 1893 and hosted infamous guests such as Al Capone.

A haunted guide to the second city

Jonah Weber, Assistant Arts and Life Editor October 23, 2022

It really shouldn’t surprise anyone that Chicago has a plethora of haunted locations. Considering the history of this great city, there are plenty of tragedies and people that can lead to haunted connections...

This couch, located on 17th street in Pilsen, was stooped by one lucky follower of @stoopingchicago on instagram.

The art of the stoop

Cormick Costello, Contributing Writer October 16, 2022

The phrase “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” has officially rung true with the increasing prominence of stooping in the city of Chicago. While stooping, the act of scavenging for household...

Tuba Force played the Dovetails Secret Stage at Oktoberfest on Saturday Oct. 8.

Oktoberfest: What are We Celebrating?

Zach Elliott, Contributing Writer October 16, 2022

Fall brings many traditions: the leaves change, school ramps up, and a blizzard of pumpkin-flavored promotions clamor for our attention. Not too far behind them comes Oktoberfest, a now international tradition...

DePaul student leilani Roman shows off her only tattoo: a collection of detailed stars and butterflies located on the side of her neck.

Here, we tattoo: DePaul students exhibit a variety of tattoo styles on campus

Jonah Weber, Assistant Arts and Life Editor October 16, 2022

Day by day, tattoos become wildly more popular, especially amongst young people. Whether they are custom pieces full of meaning that are getting carefully inked onto the skin, or heavy-handed flash, we...

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