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President-elect Robert Manuel speaks to student media during a press conference on Tuesday.

‘The only thing that is stopping us is a failure of the imagination’: Robert Manuel looks to bring a fresh vision to DePaul

Lawrence Kreymer, Editor-in-Chief May 11, 2022

Robert Manuel was comfortable at the University of Indianapolis. He already spent a decade serving as its president and never applied for another job during his time at the university.  But, when DePaul...

 DePaul students Lily Merryman, Andrea Watkins and Danesh Kumar get rid of weeds to get ready for planting at Ginkgo Community Gardens in Buena Park.

Vincentian Service Day returns to the outdoors

Leslie Williamson, Contributing Writer May 8, 2022

On Saturday, students, faculty and alumni were finally able to spend DePaul’s Vincentian Service Day out in the Chicago community. Started in 1999, the university-wide event encourages students to...

Uncertainty looms over DePauls Ukrainian relief plan

Uncertainty looms over DePaul’s Ukrainian relief plan

Patrick Sloan-Turner, Faculty Council Beat Reporter May 8, 2022

DePaul enrolled 100 Ukrainian college students in online courses at no charge to support their continuing education amid the war with Russia in April. The project registered students from Ukrainian Catholic...

‘It hasn’t sunk in yet’: Esteban preparing to leave, reflects on last 5 years

‘It hasn’t sunk in yet’: Esteban preparing to leave, reflects on last 5 years

DePaul President A. Gabriel Esteban hasn’t looked for an apartment since 2007. That’s when he became provost of Seton Hall University, a Catholic institution in New Jersey, and later the president...

Protestors gathered in front of the DePaul Center on Tuesday to fight for womens rights. The protestors emphasized their desire for abortion rights through chants and signs.

Rise 4 Abortion Rights holds rally in Loop

Nadia Hernandez, News Editor May 3, 2022

Rise 4 Abortion Rights Chicago held an emergency rally in light of the Supreme Court’s draft opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade on Tuesday. The organization started in front of the Loop DePaul Center...

Clothesline Project Exhibit allows survivors to share their story

Clothesline Project Exhibit allows survivors to share their story

Grace Vaughn, Contributing Writer May 3, 2022

Rows of colorful shirts created a collective art display from afar, but as students and staff members stood closer, each piece of clothing told its own story. One shirt read the phrase, “The violent...

Search continues for new president, no announcement in April

Search continues for new president, no announcement in April

Lawrence Kreymer, Editor-in-Chief May 3, 2022

DePaul made a promise in March to the university community that the Board of Trustees would meet in late April to review the presidential search and hope to appoint a new president.  April has come...

Clothesline project exhibit makes debut at DePaul

Clothesline project exhibit makes debut at DePaul

Grace Vaughn, Contributing Writer April 26, 2022

Dozens of shirts in every color hung proudly in DePaul University’s Lincoln Park Student Center tonight as the Office of Health Promotion & Wellness (HPW) and the Women’s Center presented the Clothesline...

SGA announces scholarship for first generation DePaul Students

SGA announces scholarship for first generation DePaul Students

Erik Uebelacker, Opinions Editor April 24, 2022

DePaul’s Student Government Association (SGA) released further details this week for the “Student Government Association Academic Resource Scholarship,” a new incentive designed to benefit first...

Facility Operations President Bob Janis discusses plans with his co-worker, Linda Van Houzen.

“We’re Here to Serve”: Facility Operations and their leader have been “the glue that holds DePaul together”

Patrick Sloan-Turner, Faculty Council Beat Reporter April 18, 2022

If you walked the streets of DePaul's Lincoln Park Campus on the morning of Good Friday, the setting might feel off in comparison to its usual hustle and bustle. With no students gathered outside Arts...

Commencement 2022 will be the first in-person ceremony in the past two years.

Graduates question DePaul’s safety seriousness following updated graduation protocols

Kiersten Riedford, Assistant News Editor April 17, 2022

This year, DePaul will host its first in-person graduation since June 2019. But, with the pandemic still lingering, many upcoming DePaul graduates are questioning the safety of the ceremonies given...

DePaul has transitioned to a mask-optional campus as of April 11.

Covid cases rise amongst students and faculty as university goes forward with dropping mask mandate

Lilly Keller, Assistant Arts and Life Editor April 17, 2022

DePaul’s campus-wide mask mandate officially ended on April 11. Students, faculty and staff may now choose whether or not they will wear masks on campus, even in classrooms and lab rooms.   The...

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