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The Student News Site of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student News Site of DePaul University

The DePaulia

SGA vice president Magoli Garcia and president Kevin Holcheko lead discussion regarding antisemitism at DePaul during an SGA meeting on 11/11.

Op-Ed: Addressing the elephant in the room: A Jewish student’s experience with antisemitism at DePaul

Barbara Schiffer, Contributing Writer November 20, 2022

Over the course of my years as a student at DePaul, I have never shied away from calling out the university’s silence in the face of our systemic antisemitism problem. Hatred towards Jews is not only...

A winter storm in Wrigleyville, Chicago on Feb. 2, 2022.

OPINION: Chicago winters bring fun and tranquility, not misery

Jonathan Rosenblum, Contributing Writer November 15, 2022

As temperatures begin to drop and jackets come out, veteran Chicagoans begin to look towards another cold winter, with many dreading the upcoming season. The winters in Chicago are tougher than many, with...

COLUMN: We voted, now its our turn to take office

COLUMN: We voted, now it’s our turn to take office

Jake Cox, Staff Writer November 13, 2022

For the first time in a generation, the party in power has survived the midterms maintaining control of the Senate. While the house remains too close to call, one thing is clear: Democrats owe this victory...

OPINION: Is Twitter facing its downfall?

OPINION: Is Twitter facing its downfall?

Siona Chibber, Contributing Writer November 13, 2022

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, began the acquisition of Twitter on April 14, 2022. When the news first broke, many people were shocked and apprehensive about this change in leadership. Ideas surrounding...

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott campaigns in Abilene, Texas, Monday, Oct. 31, 2022.

COLUMN: Texas midterm results threaten democracy

Claire Tweedie, SGA Beat Writer November 13, 2022

It takes a lot to make a cowboy cry, but the results of Texas’ midterm election might be enough to do it. Gov. Greg Abbott’s win against Democratic gubernatorial nominee Beto O’Rourke means Texas...

COLUMN: Jan. 2 is a ticking time bomb for COVID-19 at DePaul

COLUMN: Jan. 2 is a ticking time bomb for COVID-19 at DePaul

Lily Lowndes, Social Media Editor November 13, 2022

As excited as I am for the start of winter break, I cannot help but dread my next quarter at DePaul. It isn’t the usual not wanting to go back to school feeling, it’s something that feels much worse. The...

OPINION: Fans of Kanye West should take action to protest his antisemetic rhetoric

OPINION: Fans of Kanye West should take action to protest his antisemetic rhetoric

Laura Katherine Tooley, Contributing Writer November 13, 2022

After antisemetic tweets from artist Kanye West, Balenciaga and Adidas have dropped their affiliation with him. West’s actions push consumers to consider their support of his music. However, if people...

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is escorted to a vehicle outside of her and husband Paul Pelosis home in San Francisco, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022.

OPINION: The attack on Pelosi shows how far America has fallen

Matthew Warakomski, Contributing Writer November 6, 2022

The U.S. Capitol building attacked, Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer threatened with kidnapping, California man Nicholas Roske plotting to murder Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and now Paul Pelosi’s...

Timmy Knudsen, the 43 Ward Alderman hosts donation drive for newly arrived migrants.

OPINION: It’s time for the federal government to prioritize the needs of migrants

Raena Bents, Contributing Writer November 6, 2022

Thousands of asylum-seekers from Venezuela are being used as pawns in a domestic political game over immigration policy, and the federal government needs to do something about it. The first bus of migrants...

OPINION: Sun-Times’ decision to drop paywall is long-awaited

OPINION: Sun-Times’ decision to drop paywall is long-awaited

Yazen Barakat, Contributing Writer November 6, 2022

The Chicago Sun-Times, under new ownership by public broadcaster Chicago Public Media, is dropping its website’s subscriber paywall making its news accessible to all readers. The anticipated move by...

The Sheridan redline station is empty on a Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. Riders have been taking the CTA less frequently due to longer wait times and inconsistent train schedules since the pandemic.

OPINION: It’s time to hold the CTA accountable

Ryan Deitch, Contributing Writer October 23, 2022

On weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., CTA Blue Line trains are scheduled to arrive every three minutes. In my opinion, three minutes is a very reasonable amount of time to wait for a train. Only someone...

The Lincoln Park Blue Demon Dining hall is open from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, and 10.30 a.m.-8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

OPINION: Blue Demon Dining hours are not a serve

Jake Cox, Staff Writer October 23, 2022

DePaul freshman Ella Wheaton steps off the train, finally arriving in Lincoln Park after a grueling night class in the Loop campus. She’s eager to get a quick meal from the dining hall; but for Wheaton,...

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