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The Student News Site of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student News Site of DePaul University

The DePaulia

Practical self-care tips for the winter quarter

Practical self-care tips for the winter quarter

Lilly Keller, Arts & Life Editor January 22, 2023

It seems like self-care has become slang for undertaking the most impractical activities these days. What once served as a reminder to take time for oneself amid the hustle and bustle of work and school,...

Two students enthustically dance together on the dancefloor to a variety of pop and rap presented by DJ Ron Slomowicz.

Slaying at the STU: SGA hosts second annual Queer Prom

Kiersten Riedford, News Editor January 22, 2023

Neon lights cast down on students' faces as they acted out heartbreak with friends and lovers as “Mamma Mia” by ABBA echoed throughout the first floor of the Lincoln Park Student Center.  DePaul’s...

The best DePaul student discounts in Chicago

The best DePaul student discounts in Chicago

Lily Lowndes, Social Media Editor January 15, 2023

No college experience is universal, but if there is one thing that binds students together, it’s getting deals and discounts. Lucky for us, having a student ID is the golden ticket for so many freebies,...

New year, same me: Is it possible to achieve your new years resolution?

New year, same me: Is it possible to achieve your new year’s resolution?

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor January 8, 2023

For many, the onset of a new year marks something much bigger than 23 years of the third millennium, but rather a clean slate.  Yet, with over 80 percent of individuals regularly failing to meet their...

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...

Whitney Counts and Jared Rogers alongside their mini schnauzer Nora won the costume contest with their group costume based on the phrase its raining cats and dogs.

Cutest Pup-kin in the Patch

Ruchi Nawathe, Nation and World Editor November 6, 2022

Humans and dogs alike dressed to the nines in a variety of Halloween costumes on Saturday, Oct. 29. From cartoon characters to farm animals to tacos, dogs of all ages and sizes were welcome to attend the...

Advice for your early 20’s

Advice for your early 20’s

November 6, 2022

Take this advice with a grain of salt, I’m still in my early 20’s and have much to learn. I wanted to write about some advice I wish I knew when I first turned 18 and moved to Chicago alone so everyone...

Chicagoans share tips for newcomers experiencing their first Chicago winter

Chicagoans share tips for newcomers experiencing their first Chicago winter

Vanessa Lopez, Assistant News Editor October 23, 2022

Chicago was greeted with 70-degree weather this weekend, giving many hope that fall still has some life. However, with temperatures dropping back into the 50s, it may be time to begin winter preparations.  With...

Fanpage @depaulalumjoekeery posts a meme featuring Joe Keery at DePaul in 2014.

DePaul culture through meme pages

Jonah Weber, Assistant Arts and Life Editor October 9, 2022

Meme pages have boomed on all social media platforms in the last few years, but especially on Instagram. DePaul University is home to many meme pages not officially affiliated with DePaul, but incredibly...

How to build a healthy relationship with roomates(s)

How to build a healthy relationship with roomates(s)

Nadia Carolina Hernandez, Print Managing Editor October 2, 2022

For a majority of those living on campus, this is the first time sharing a space with others who are unrelated to us. It’s exciting to potentially meet your best friends, or potentially harrowing to...

Beating the back-to-school blues

Beating the back-to-school blues

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor September 11, 2022

The start of a new school year in college is often marked as a celebratory event. From Welcome Week festivities, to involvement fairs and, for many, the first real taste of independence as many embark...

Magaly Acosta and Read and Run founder Allison Yates break the ice by asking runners Does a perfect daughter exist?

Read and Run Chicago hosts its first bilingual event in Town of Cicero

Jacqueline Cardenas, La DePaulia Editor-in-Chief July 20, 2022

Allison Yates sat on her mom’s couch reading the “The Battle of Lincoln Park” when her interest for history, desire to explore the city and curious mind came together to found Read and Run Chicago...

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