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Karl Nass, a professor in DePaul's Division of Mission and Ministry.  (DePaul University/Jamie Moncrief)

Modern Vincentianism embodied by DePaul Mission & Ministries professor

Amber Stoutenborough, Contributing Writer April 5, 2021

Through love, acceptance and service, he touches the lives of those in need through intentional community. Embodying St. Vincent de Paul, he lives his life through compassion and purpose.  Beaming...

Music critic Jim DeRogatis.

Music criticism in the digital age: in conversation with Jim DeRogatis

Emma Oxnevad, Online Managing Editor April 4, 2021

Jim DeRogatis knows what it’s like to face an artist’s wrath. The veteran music critic, who covered pop music at the Chicago Sun-Times for 15 years, was once on the receiving end of an enraged voicemail...

Joe Lewis (Jo Mama) marching in support of the BLM movement. .

Chicago Black Drag Council born out of the ashes of 2020

Corey Schmidt, Staff Writer April 4, 2021

2020 was a year full of hardships ranging from a global pandemic to increased racial tension, causing some to call for change. Chicago’s Black drag community saw this need for change and formed the Chicago...

Trey, as pictured in his senior photo.

Marfan syndrome made my brother beautiful. Then it killed him.

Marcus Robertson, Nation & World Editor March 14, 2021

I was ten years and a week old when my brother Trey was born. We were poor, living in a single-wide trailer in rural Alabama coal country. He was a joyful baby, quick to smile and laugh. He and I bonded...

Court the Muse, comprised of a DePaul student and her sister, have released their debut EP.

DePaul student and sister duo Court The Muse release EP

Elizabeth Bolin, Contributing Writer March 7, 2021

Though some may argue the “sound of DePaul” is the whoosh of the red line or the buzzer at Wintrust, a popular Spotify playlist makes the case that Court the Muse — a neon-funk, synthy sister duo...

Muhamad Faal, otherwise known as Mo, (left) and Tyler Malone (right) have worked together through their time at DePaul making music.

A night in with two DePaul musicians

Maeve Mollaghan, Contributing Writer December 22, 2020

On a chilly Tuesday evening, I lock up my bike outside of Mo’s place in Lakeview, make the familiar walk up to the front porch, knock twice and let myself in. Mo—real name Muhamad Faal— is on his...

Yungblud’s virtual tour kicked off on November 16 in London and his second album, “Weird!” is set to drop on December 4. The tour is set to stream from Chicago on December 3, the eve of the album release date.

Yungblud strives for truth in message and music

John Cotter, Staff Writer December 3, 2020

“No, thank you!”  These are the frequent words of alternative rock artist Yungblud during an interview press conference for his new album, “Weird!”  When the Zoom meeting began, I felt...

Six DePaul players took a knee during the national anthem on Saturday at Wintrust Arena.

‘I kneel for the lives lost’: Women’s sports continue to lead the charge in fighting social injustice

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor December 2, 2020

2020 has seen men’s sports begin to embrace social justice movements and try to bring attention to issues like police brutality and racial inequality in America. Following the killing of George Floyd...

Rapper K Camp, the artist behind the

Rapper K Camp talks TikTok, XXL Freshman List

John Cotter, Staff Writer November 22, 2020

TikTok has been one of the many ingredients to the stew of distractions that have kept many of us somewhat sane, and hopefully entertained, throughout quarantine. With TikTok comes viral trends, allowing...

Rapper and singer Abby Jasmine released her new album

Singer Abby Jasmine talks new album, social media

John Cotter, Staff Writer November 15, 2020

Album art is meant to tell a story, as the singular piece of visual media is meant to represent the project as a whole, musically and aesthetically. At first glance, rapper and singer Abby Jasmine’s...

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