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European Union wins the Nobel Peace Prize

Haley BeMller

October 18, 2012


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The European Union was awarded the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize last week for its history of and commitment to maintaining peace in Europe.According to a press release published by the Norwegian Nobel Committee, the EU has time and time again succeeded "in the struggle for peace and reconciliation and for d...

Rahm presents 2013 budget plan

Chris Ayan

October 18, 2012


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Mayor Rahm Emanuel presented the 2013 budget to the Chicago City Council Oct. 10. The mayor's proposed budget balances the finances of the city "without raising a single tax or introducing a single new fee.""Chicago is known as the City that Works," said Emanuel. "This is our opportunity to deliver a...

iDePaul app launches to mixed reviews

Summer Concepcion and Shawn Tuttle

October 18, 2012


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DePaul officially released the iDePaul application for iOS, Android and Blackberry phones Tuesday. The app was developed by DubLabs, Inc., a company that works with more than 600 schools to develop and distribute school-specific apps that allow students to check campus maps, access important numbers,...

LIVE COVERAGE of the second presidential debate

DePaulia Staff

October 15, 2012


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Arcade Fire brings Haitian awareness to campus

Shawn Tuttle

October 12, 2012


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 Whether you have stuck with them from the beginning, heard their song "Wake Up" in the film "Where the Wild Things Are," or were shocked by their Album of the Year Grammy for "The Suburbs" in 2011, chances are you have heard of the band Arcade Fire. Between making music and winning awards, Arcade Fi...

Illinois’ 8th District Congressional race draws national attention: No quit in Duckworth

John Dickow

October 12, 2012


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Tammy Duckworth and incumbent Joe Walsh are in a nationally-watched race for Congress in Illinois' west suburban 8th District.Historically, military service has been a badge of honor among candidates running for national office symbolizing dedication to our country.According to her campaign manager, Kaitlin...

The science of campaign slogans

Zoe Barker

October 12, 2012


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"Tippecanoe and Tyler Too" and "I Like Ike" are among the most memorable presidential campaign slogans in U.S. history. How do this election's slogans measure up?According to Bruce Newman, a professor in DePaul's marketing department and editor of the Journal of Political Marketing, "campaign slogans a...

Express yourself (politically) on campus (maybe)

DePolitics Staff

October 12, 2012


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Exactly what kinds of political speech and/or activity are allowed - or not allowed - on the DePaul University campus?Students, faculty and staff might have wondered after receiving an email sent Sept. 11 by DePaul President Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., reminding the university community "to avoid...

Illinois’ 8th District Congressional race draws national attention: Walsh’s energy strong

Alexandra Trumbull

October 12, 2012


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Is he, in the words of Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, the "worst congressman in America?"Or is he, in the words of the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste "a bona fide fiscal conservative committed to reducing the size of government by working to eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse."Congressman Joe Walsh (R-Ill...

Kenmore closure a greater task than expected

Matthew Smith

October 12, 2012


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Emotions ran high during a DePaul University community meeting held Thursday to discuss DePaul's proposed Kenmore Green project.Members of the community packed into the 103 auditorium in the Arts & Letters building in order to hear conclusions from DePaul, the Chicago Department of Transportation and the c...

News in Brief 10-15-12

Dylan McHugh

October 12, 2012


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DEPAUL ALUM AWARDED FULBRIGHT SCHOLARSHIPThe Fulbright International Education Exchange Program has awarded DePaul alum Hannah Hoover a scholarship after her research and health outreach in Haiti.Hoover, a 2011 Masters in Public Health graduate, was a volunteer English teacher in Haiti and later became...

Legacy Walk honors LGBT heroes

Dylan Fahoome

October 12, 2012


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The Chicago LGBT community made history on Thursday after the Legacy Project officially dedicated the Legacy Walk, which celebrates the accomplishments of notable LGBT figures.The outdoor walking museum on Halstead Street is open to educate and bring awareness to the achievements of LGBT people, such as a...

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