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States chart own path on protecting immigrants

States chart own path on protecting immigrants

Richie Requena, Contributing Writer

2:00 am


Filed under Nation & World, Showcase

While President Trump has made a hard-line immigration stance a central focus of his presidency — from threatening to shut the U.S. border with Mexico, to cutting aid to Central American countries to his 2016 campaign comments that Mexican immigrants are “bringing drugs, bringing crime” into the c...

John Wick: Chapter 3­—Parabellum

John Wick: Chapter 3­—Parabellum

John Cotter, Contributing Writer

2:00 am


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV, Showcase

There is a scene early on in “John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum” that acts as an anecdotal personification of John Wick (Keanu Reeves) in a perfect way: Wick’s trusted criminal doctor patches him up, with the doctor insisting that Wick shoot him not only once, but twice, because no one believes ...

COMMENTARY: Chicago will remember Emanuel as he was, not as he wants

COMMENTARY: Chicago will remember Emanuel as he was, not as he wants

Benjamin Conboy, Editor-in-Chief

2:00 am


Filed under Metro, News, Showcase

Rahm Emanuel walked out of his City Hall for the final time as mayor of Chicago on Friday. The paintings depicting an industrial Chicago that hung on the walls of his fifth-floor office were gone. The room he had occupied for eight years looked barren, cold and empty. A political heavyweight who ruled...

OPINION: How anti-abortion activists are warping the way we discuss reproductive health

OPINION: How anti-abortion activists are warping the way we discuss reproductive health

Emma Oxnevad, Assistant News Editor

2:00 am


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

I’m a huge fan of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” While sometimes hard to stomach, the story and characters immediately spoke to me and I plan on loyally tuning in this summer for its third season. While I’m looking forward to the newest iteration of the dystopian America built on totalitarian misogyny, I c...

New wave of talent looks to lead women’s basketball into future

New wave of talent looks to lead women’s basketball into future

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor

2:00 am


Filed under Basketball, Showcase, Sports, Women's Sports

While a lot of the attention is being placed on the DePaul men’s basketball team and their incoming recruiting class, women’s basketball head coach Doug Bruno has made sure to strengthen and improve his roster once again with four new signing and two transfers. Bruno has coined the term “DePaulBall” d...

Pilsen proposes historic landmark to slow gentrification

Pilsen proposes historic landmark to slow gentrification

Gianfranco Ocampo, Contributing Writer

2:00 am


Filed under Metro, News, Showcase

Gentrification across Chicago could potentially slow down in the Pilsen neighborhood. On Thursday, May 16, the Chicago Landmarks Commissioners voted unanimously to recommend a proposal to turn a 1.5-mile stretch on 18th Street in the Pilsen neighborhood into a historic landmark. The plan will now go t...

Offense goes cold for Blue Demons in elimination game

Offense goes cold for Blue Demons in elimination game

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor

May 18, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Softball, Sports, Women's Sports

The magic and the offensive prowess that DePaul (35-16; 11-5 Big East) showed throughout most of this season, ran out of steam in their elimination game against James Madison on Saturday in the NCAA Regional in Ann Arbor, Michigan. After defeating Saint Francis 3-1 in their first elimination gam...

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