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The varying role of the vice-president

Kevin Gross

October 12, 2012


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As the public profiles of the presidential candidates grow in magnitude with each passing week, another huge component of the race cannot be forgotten: the vice presidency. "I don't see any trend line in the duties of the vice president," said political science professor Bruce Newman."Sometimes it seems as if t...

Mitt Romney announces foreign policy plan

Callie Bretthaur

October 12, 2012


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Last Monday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney gave a speech to the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va., to present his position on foreign policy.It was the first speech made by the candidate after the first round of presidential debates that many media outlets and political analysts ...

Cell transformation earns Nobel Prize

Amy Morton

October 12, 2012


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About a week ago, the Nobel Prize winners in medicine were revealed as Sir John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka for their work in cell research.The award was given to these two doctors "for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent." That is, any mature cells can go back t...

LIVE COVERAGE of the vice presidential debate

DePaulia Staff

October 11, 2012


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Stay tuned and check us out at 8:00 p.m. tonight for live coverage of the 2012 vice presidential debate.Click "Enter Event"

Students in favor of public teacher evaluations

Zaineb Javaid and Mitch Kurka

October 7, 2012


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Getting ready to fill in your course cart? Whether you are already planning your classes for next quarter, or waiting until last minute, there is chatter among students about professor suggestions and who to avoid.For most students, Rate My Professor is the primary source for gathering information about pro...

News in Brief 10-8-12

Dylan McHugh

October 7, 2012


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ROSALIND FRANKLIN DE­TAILS REVEALEDAs previously reported Oct. 1, DePaul and Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science (RFUMS) formally announced their strategic alliance at an Oct. 3 press conference.The announcement featured speeches from DePaul president Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M.,...

DePaul goes digital with phone app

Haley BeMiller

October 7, 2012


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 DePaul students can now find out everything they need to know about the university with the help of iDePaul, a new application for mobile phones.Through this application users are able to access course information, events, maps, news and more. According to Bob McCormick, vice president for Infor...

One ‘L’ of a place to do your grocery shopping: Peapod virtual markets in CTA stations

Gabriel Charles Tyler

October 7, 2012


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Imagine this: You just got out of class, trying to rush home. It's like a stampede. A crowd of students pushes down Fullerton Avenue towards the "L." Being "stressed out" is not even the half of your worries. Mom's coming over tomorrow, and as always she expects a meal and a clean house. You have tw...

Students weigh in on presidential debates

Lisa Coleman

October 7, 2012


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Brownstone's Annex at DePaul University was full of students watching the large screen as President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney took the stage at the University of Denver for the first of three presidential debates last Wednesday night.The debate had a rocky start, with both...

Students may save burned out Bagel Authority

Megan Deppen

October 7, 2012


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Chicago Bagel Authority (CBA), located off the Belmont Red Line stop, was forced to close after a fire from the Ultimate Exposure Tanning Salon caused significant water damage to the ceiling Sept. 24.The Chicago Fire Department arrived at approximately 8 p.m. because reports found that a tanning bed on th...

Voting 101: a first-timer’s guide to democracy

Trent Bozeman

October 7, 2012


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Believe it or not, Nov. 6 is right around the corner, and for many DePaul students this will be their first time voting. To some, this may seem overwhelming, with deadlines and registration, but there are many tips to speed up the process. Here is a how-to guide to voting in the Windy City.Oct. 9 is the ...

Roy’s Furniture to break ground, rebuild after fire

Dylan Fahoome

October 7, 2012


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After a fire in May destroyed Roy's Furniture, a 28-year-old furniture business in Lincoln Park, Roy's decided to waste no time and began plans to rebuild.Roy's Furniture marketing director Johanna Parra has high hopes for the new store. "It's going to be bigger and better."Parra said that employees, ...

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