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The statue of John J. Egan, located outside of the Lincoln Park Student Center, wearing a mask.

DePaul won’t require students to receive Covid-19 vaccine for fall quarter return despite pressure

Bella Enkhtuvshin and Rebecca Meluch April 9, 2021

On March 25, Rutgers University released a statement announcing it will require all students enrolled for the 2021 fall semester to receive the Covid-19 vaccine prior to returning to campus.  “We...

DePaul men's basketball head coach Tony Stubblefield was introduced to the media at Wintrust Arena on Wednesday.

‘We will become Chicago’s team again’: Tony Stubblefield shares his vision for DePaul men’s basketball

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor April 7, 2021

Tony Stubblefield knows about the challenges of rebuilding men’s basketball programs. He helped do it at the University of Cincinnati and the University of Oregon, where he spent the previous 11 years...

Tony Stubblefield is expected to be named DePaul's new men's basketball head coach.

DePaul officially hires Tony Stubblefield as new men’s basketball head coach

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor April 6, 2021

Three weeks after athletic director DeWayne Peevy began searching for a new men’s basketball head coach, DePaul has officially hired Tony Stubblefield to lead the program. On Tuesday, DePaul announced...

K-pop is redefining music marketing in the U.S.

K-pop is redefining music marketing in the U.S.

Lily Lowndes, Contributing Writer April 4, 2021

Why do people like K-pop? “All of the work that the artists put in from their trainee days until they debut is something admirable,” answered Jorge Solis, a member of TCN Pulse, a K-pop organization...

Manuwara Begun, 46, sorts out garbage collected from households in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, March 9, 2021. Begun lives in a cardboard hut behind a five-star hotel in the heart of New Delhi and feels the inequity keenly. Trash pickers often find it hard to get vaccines because they are not considered by the government to be essential workers or cannot afford to wait at overburdened public hospitals for free shots. Chintan estimates that each year, those like her save the local government over $50 million and eliminate over 900,000 tons of carbon dioxide by diverting waste away from landfills. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

Pandemic showcases how corporations take advantage of their ‘essential workers’

Hayley DeSilva, Staff Writer April 4, 2021

As the country begrudgingly celebrates the one-year mark of quarantine, there has been a widespread reflection. Students have recalled thinking they’d scored just an extra week or two of spring break,...

Pedestrians cross a busy intersection of Main Street in Flushing, a largely Asian American neighborhood, Tuesday, March 30, 2021, in the Queens borough of New York. Police have stepped up patrols in similar neighborhoods across the city in the wake of Monday's vicious attack on an Asian American woman during which no bystanders intervened to help. There has also been a rash of anti-Asian violence across the U.S., recently, including a deadly mass shooting in the Atlanta area that left multiple people dead, most of them of Asian descent. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

OPINION: The rise in mass shootings is a grim sign we are returning to normal

Josephine Stratman, Staff Writer April 4, 2021

Since the start of the pandemic, many Americans have been eagerly awaiting a return to normal life, looking forward to nights out with friends, concerts, or trips to the grocery store without putting themselves...

UCLA Bruins guard Tyger Campbell #10 in Westwood on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG)

Analysis: Three ‘what if’s’ that could’ve saved DePaul men’s basketball

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor April 4, 2021

The last decade or so hasn’t been kind to DePaul men’s basketball.  It has been well-documented that a once-storied program under head coaches Ray and Joey Meyer hasn’t been the same since the...

DePaul junior Gabby O'Riley hits the ball during the Blue Demons first series in February.

DePaul softball sweeps UConn to extend winning streak to seven games

Ernesto Hernandez, Assistant Sports Editor April 4, 2021

Coming off a 7-5 win against Loyola University-Chicago, DePaul looked to continue its winning ways as it took on UConn at Cacciatore Stadium. The Blue Demons carried a four-game winning streak heading...

Music critic Jim DeRogatis.

Music criticism in the digital age: in conversation with Jim DeRogatis

Emma Oxnevad, Online Managing Editor April 4, 2021

Jim DeRogatis knows what it’s like to face an artist’s wrath. The veteran music critic, who covered pop music at the Chicago Sun-Times for 15 years, was once on the receiving end of an enraged voicemail...

Joe Lewis (Jo Mama) marching in support of the BLM movement. .

Chicago Black Drag Council born out of the ashes of 2020

Corey Schmidt, Staff Writer April 4, 2021

2020 was a year full of hardships ranging from a global pandemic to increased racial tension, causing some to call for change. Chicago’s Black drag community saw this need for change and formed the Chicago...

People march during the second consecutive weekend of Stop Asian Hate protests, Saturday March 27, 2021, on Woodward Avenue in Detroit.

Anti-Asian ideologies allow Asian hate in Chicago to persist

Nadia Hernandez, Opinions Editor April 4, 2021

Hate crimes and discrimination against Asian Americans are rising at a high rate, largely due to harmful anti-Asian ideologies. Chicago has the fifth-largest Asian American population in the U.S., while...

DePaul junior midfielder Jake Fuderer dribbles past a Marquette defender on March 6 at Wintrust Arena.

DePaul men’s soccer falls short 4-3 against Creighton

Ernesto Hernandez, Assistant Sports Editor April 3, 2021

The last time DePaul and Creighton met was back in March where the Blue Demons won 2-1, marking their first win against Blue Jays in program history. This time around, DePaul was looking for a season sweep. There...

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