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Revisiting the high school reading list

Nadia Hernandez, Assistant News Editor March 7, 2021

It’s been about 10 months since I graduated high school, and every so often, I try to remember what I learned in those four years. I could ponder learning about myself, friendships or even my passion. But...

'A Tree Grows in Brooklyn' was first released in 1943.

REVIEW: ‘A Tree Grows in Brooklyn’ is a timeless tale of enduring hardship

Holly Jenvey, Staff Writer November 1, 2020

With an everlasting pandemic and a tumultuous election coming up, wanting to escape reality has become a reality. The novel, “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn,” diverts you from the grimaces of 2020, by taking...

They Call Us is a feminist literary magazine started by DePaul students.

‘You start to feel the gravity of it’: DePaul students create feminist magazine

Elana Garay, Contributing Writer October 11, 2020

They Call Us is a non-profit feminist magazine that began with four DePaul University female students after an incident of three cat-calls. The goal is for all women to be able to share their story no...

Author David Lazar.

Author David Lazar documents lifelong passions in ‘Celeste Holm Syndrome’

Nate Burleyson, Arts & Life Editor September 25, 2020

“I have Celeste Holm Syndrome.” It’s a brief, funny statement that sits atop a deeper feeling from childhood through adulthood. This type of writing is all over David Lazar’s latest collection...

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