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DePaul students talk pros and cons of DePaul Greek life amidst recruitment

Hannah Mitchell and Rebecca Meluch

September 30, 2019

     As the new school year unfolds, many students look forward to making new friends, participating in service events and joining new organizations–while fraternities and sororities are looking forward to recruiting new brothers and sisters for the same reasons.      DePaul’s first week bac...

DePaul Art Museum premieres 3 new exhibits in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Biennial

DePaul Art Museum premieres 3 new exhibits in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Biennial

Ella Lee, Arts & Life Editor

September 16, 2019

Three exhibits — “Julia Fish: bound by spectrum,” ‘Remember Where You Are,” and “Architectural Annotations” — premiered at the DePaul Art Museum (DPAM) Sept. 12., each giving a nod to the Chicago Architecture Biennial and following a common theme of “remembering where you are,” b...

Photos from the Chinese New Year

Photos from the Chinese New Year

Luc Fougere, Contributing Photographer

February 11, 2019

A sniffily oink oink to commemorate the Lunar New Year as Chicago’s Chinatown hosts its annual Chinese New Year Day parade on Sunday. Snow began to fall as the celebrations kicked off for the Year of the Pig, creating for a chilly but picturesque parade. According to the Chinese Zodiac calendar,...

Episode 24: China’s New Frontier

Episode 24: China's New Frontier

Cody Corrall, Multimedia Editor

May 21, 2018

    On this week's episode: Nebula award winning author Stanley Chen is invited to discuss the relationship between science fiction and technology in China — and how it relates to the Western world....

Episode 23: Graduates gouged

Episode 23: Graduates gouged

Cody Corrall, Multimedia Editor

May 16, 2018

After the switch from Allstate to Wintrust Arena, the Office of University Events is facing an unprecedented response to this year's commencement ceremonies. Downgrading from Allstate's 18,500 seat capacity to Wintrust's 10,387, nearly 8,000 seats, when the switch in arenas took place means there is far l...

DemonTHON: Students raise funds by ‘raising the roof’

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Cody Corrall and Timothy Duke

May 7, 2018

DemonTHON organizes fundraising year-round for the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago which culminates in a student organized 24-hour dance marathon on May 4 and 5. Students dance in order to bring awareness to and support the children afflicted with debilitating illnesses and...

Episode 21: Good Kids, Mad City

Episode 21: Good Kids, Mad City

Cody Corrall, Multimedia Editor

April 23, 2018

On this weeks episode: Chicago Public School students walk out to protest gun violence on the anniversary of the Columbine massacre....

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Episode 19: Remembering Savannah Buik

Savannah Buik used her rock climbing blog to inspire people recovering from eating disoders. Buik’s blog touched the lives of many others who have expressed their sadness over her death.
(Photo courtesy of Facebook)

Cody Corrall, Multimedia Editor

April 12, 2018

On this week's episode: the tragic death of Savannah Buik and her legacy among classmates at DePaul. Warning: this episode contains extensive discussion of eating disorders....

Episode 18: First generation artists

Members of the band Lettering find themselves at odds with their familial expectations.  

(Photo courtesy of Berto Martinez)

Cody Corrall, Multimedia Editor

April 2, 2018

  On this week's episode: first generation artists balance working in creative fields with the pressure of the American Dream....

Episode 17: Welcome To Wauconda

Episode 17: Welcome To Wauconda

Cody Corrall, Multimedia Editor

March 5, 2018

On this weeks episode: a small town in an Illinois suburb receives worldwide attention in the rise of Black Panther. ...

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