The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

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....

Pro-Palestine protestors stand around the statue of Monsignor Egan outside of the Student Center during the DePaul Divest Coalitions press conference on Thursday, May 16, 2024. Student leaders and members of the encampment and DePaul community spoke during the press conference, stating that even if the encampment was gone, they would continue fighting for divestment.

PHOTO GALLERY: CPD and Public Safety removed encampment, Coalition held rally

The DePaulia Staff May 20, 2024

The DePaul Divest Coalition's pro-Palestinian encampment was dismantled on its 17th day on Thursday, May 16, by more than 100 Chicago police officers and the Office of Public Safety at about 5:30 a.m....

The 2024 Iowa caucuses were held Monday, Jan. 16 where Republican voters came to cast their ballots for their preferred GOP presidential nominee.

PHOTO GALLERY: The 2024 Iowa caucuses

Quentin Blais, Chief Photographer January 17, 2024

The DePaulia attended the 2024 Iowa caucuses this year where former President Donald Trump secured a predicted victory to kickstart the election season. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis came in second with...

Fans gather for the DePaul-Iowa women’s charity basketball game at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa, on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2023. The outdoor game broke the record for attendance for a woman’s basketball game with 55,646 fans in attendance.

Historic attendance record set at DePaul, Iowa charity exhibition

Ryan Hinske and Vanessa Lopez October 15, 2023

DePaul University's women's basketball team commenced its 50th season by participating in a charity exhibition game against the University of Iowa Hawkeyes, breaking the all-time women’s basketball attendance...

A DePaul Urban Gardeners Board Member leads a group discussion in the bicycle dome.

Photo Essay: Environment through our photographers’ lenses

Amber Stoutenborough, Managing Multimedia Editor April 24, 2023

For our special issue, we asked some of our photographers to explore the topic of the environment in Chicago through their own lenses. We initially assumed that young adults would feel discouraged when...

Despite the constant snow flurries throughout Saturday afternoon, the Argyle annual Lunar New Year Parade brought in large crowds to celebrate the holiday. The celebration rings in the Year of the Rabbit in the Uptown neighborhood.

Photo Essay: Chicago celebrates the Year of the Rabbit

Amber Stoutenborough, Quentin Blais, and Erin Henze January 30, 2023

The streets of Chicago were brimming with bright colors and festivities this past week as the city celebrated the Lunar New Year. The Lunar New Year marks the transition to a new year in the lunisolar...

A musician plays the sousaphone during the Mexican Independence Parade on September 16, 2022.

The year in pictures 2022

Amber Stoutenborough, Managing Multimedia Editor January 6, 2023

Inspired by the many professional outlets who shared their 2022 in pictures, we decided our student newspaper, The DePaulia and sister publication, La DePaulia should also display our proudest photos of...

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