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Column: Why eating disorder recovery never truly ends

Column: Why eating disorder recovery never truly ends

Lilly Keller, Print Managing Editor February 26, 2024

Editor’s Note: This story contains content warning of eating disorders. Can one fully recover from an eating disorder? In the initial phases of my anorexia nervosa recovery, if asked this question,...

How to navigate a world where diet culture seems inescapable

How to navigate a world where diet culture seems inescapable

Nadine DeCero, Opinions Editor February 25, 2024

Editor’s note: This story contains discussion of eating disorders and disordered eating behaviors.  The pandemic was a special time for a lot of us, to say the least. Maybe you learned how to make...

A CTA passenger gazes out the window into the Loop on an Orange Line train on Friday, Feb. 16, 2024. The CTA has taken steps in recent months to crack down on prohibited behaviors on trains and buses.

To sit or to stand: Why CTA etiquette is so important

Nadine DeCero, Opinions Editor February 18, 2024

“Did your bag pay a fare too?” “Eating, drinking and smoking are prohibited on CTA vehicles.”  “Standing passengers, please do not lean against the doors.” “Keep your personal music...

Filler words can be, like, totally sexist

Filler words can be, like, totally sexist

Brielle Kohlbeck, Contributing Writer February 18, 2024

In high school, I was the National Honor Society president and spoke in front of the entirety of my school and their families more than once. I’ve spoken in front of city officials along with their peers...

Nadia Carolina Hernandez, Editor-in-Chief, Lilly Keller, Print Managing Editor and Samantha Moilanen, Online Managing Editor, posing for a photo in front of The DePaulia bureau, in Chicago, holding a few of awards The DePaulia won on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024.

The DePaulia took home 32 awards at the Illinois College Press Conference

The DePaulia Staff February 17, 2024

The DePaulia took home 32 awards at the Illinois College Press Association awards on Saturday, Feb. 17. The contest recognized work published between Fall 2022 and Fall 2023. Here is everything The DePaulia...

Situationship epidemic: Limited love in an online age

Situationship epidemic: Limited love in an online age

Xadarri Nevels, Contributing Writer February 11, 2024

When I consider limitless love, I often think about the euphoric scenes of "The Notebook," a movie adapted from a romance novel by Nicholas Sparks. Noah, a handsome, aloof young man, tirelessly pursues...

Eleanor Nobbs serves to teammate Eva Goncharov during their tennis practice on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, at the Lakeshore Sports and Fitness in Chicago. Seven of the eight players on this year’s team are international students, including Hannah Smith who is from England and grew up with Nobbs.

Home away from home: Life as an International student athlete at DePaul

Eleanor Nobbs, Contributing Writer February 11, 2024

Living away from home is never easy.   Especially for me, an international student-athlete, living thousands of miles away from family can be scary. Studying overseas offered me the opportunity...

Do not disturb; become less available

Do not disturb; become less available

Nadine DeCero, Opinions Editor February 4, 2024

If you’ve texted me within the past year, there’s a good chance that you saw, “Nadine has notifications silenced,” pop up at the bottom of your screen.  This is not me trying to ignore notifications...

This photo, taken Jan. 26, 2024, shows Chicagos largest plot of undeveloped land located in the South Loop. Its called The 78 and is being considered for a development that could include a new stadium for the Chicago White Sox baseball team.

The Chicago Bears and White Sox don’t need our tax dollars

Delaunay Krauter, Contributing Writer February 4, 2024

I grew up in one of many divided households in Chicago. The dividing factor: sports. My mom, a Cubs fan, passively condoned my dad’s devotion to the White Sox. I find myself somewhere in between....

TikTok trends are bad for feminism: ‘Gorgeous Gorgeous Girls’ contribute to ‘Girl Bossing’ over-consumption

TikTok trends are bad for feminism: ‘Gorgeous Gorgeous Girls’ contribute to ‘Girl Bossing’ over-consumption

Hailey Bosek, Contributing Writer January 28, 2024

Editor’s Note: This story contains content warning of disordered eating. Are you a clean girl? Is your hair slicked back with hoop earrings, skin like porcelain and platform Ugg boots? Maybe you lean...

A Columbia faculty member poses with a picket sign on the median outside 600 S. Michigan during the strike on Monday, Oct. 30, 2023. Photo by John Otterbacher.

Adjunct faculty are the hidden heroes of higher education

Nadine DeCero, Opinions Editor January 28, 2024

I am not fit to be a teacher, and I learned that the hard way.  It was spring 2021, my last quarter of high school. I just got accepted to DePaul and was planning to major in secondary education. For...

Where is the line between realistic and performative religious imagery?

Where is the line between realistic and performative religious imagery?

Siona Chibber, Staff Writer January 28, 2024

From Lil Nas X’s blasphemous “Montero” music video to the film “Saltburn,” religious imagery continues to insert itself into pop culture. The avenues for artists to express their support or criticism...

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