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McGowan North listed as fourteenth highest emitting building per square foot in Chicago

McGowan North listed as fourteenth highest emitting building per square foot in Chicago

Rose O'Keeffe, Asst. News Editor February 18, 2024

DePaul’s McGowan North is the fourteenth highest greenhouse gas emitting building per square foot in Chicago, city data shows.  Five other DePaul buildings – McGowan South, the Lincoln Park Student...

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...

DePaul graduate guard Michelle Sidor drives to the rim in a match against Providence Feb. 7, at Wintrust Arena.

Late-game surge not enough for DePaul against conference rival

Nathan Klepp, Contributing Writer February 18, 2024

As DePaul graduate guard Anaya Peoples charged to the rim and scored a critical layup, the once 19-point lead the Marquette Golden Eagles had shrunk to four with 2 minutes and 16 seconds left on the game...

Co-president Monique Rivera (left) creates Valentine’s Day cards with Bookmark members during their monthly Art Night on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024, in the Student Center.

DePaul students find a safe space in femme and queer book club

Ashley Peréz, Contributing Writer February 18, 2024

When they met as freshmen, DePaul roommates Monique Rivera and Ani Palm bonded over their shared love of reading, writing and poetry.  The two would often share book recommendations, shop at local...

‘Bring Chicago Home’ referendum rallies support and sparks concerns among developers

‘Bring Chicago Home’ referendum rallies support and sparks concerns among developers

Lucia Preziosi, News Editor February 18, 2024
The consistent revenue from this tax raise would be used to create quality affordable housing and other services for Chicago’s 68,400 people experiencing homelessness.
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...

Interim head coach Matt Brady looks on during DePauls matchup with Xavier Feb. 3, 2024, at Wintrust Arena. Brady took on the job in January after the departure of Tony Stubblefield.

Inspiring confidence: Matt Brady’s approach as DePaul’s interim head coach

Tom Gorski, Men's Basketball Beat Reporter February 11, 2024

Growing up in Haddon Heights, New Jersey, Matt Brady's coaching aspirations began to flourish during his grade school years. Even at that age, he held a devoted belief in his future as a basketball head...

File - A temporary encampment sits outside the 19th District police station on Chicago’s North Side on Oct. 21, 2023. Police stations have been housing migrants as the government continues to find permanent solutions.

‘A perfect storm’: Migrants face legal barriers, paused services and a 60-day limit at shelters as the city’s budget rapidly dwindles

Delauney Krauter, Contributing Writer February 11, 2024
About 13,000 migrants are currently staying across Chicago’s 28 shelters, but the demand for more space has put pressure on city and state officials to find solutions.
The Vice President of the Black Student Union Safia Poindexter, left, and Mya Wraggs, the president, pose for a portrait in front of white board filled with inspiring messages on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024.

DePaul’s Black Student Union marks 56 years with glamorous gala

Xadarri Nevels, Contributing Writer February 11, 2024

DePaul's Black Student Union is gearing up to celebrate its 56th year with a gala that they hope is unforgettable on Feb. 16th. Established in 1968 as a force for advocacy and a haven for Black students,...

The entrance of The Last Chapter bookshop on Feb. 6, 2024, located on 2013 W. Roscoe St. Behind the brick entrance is a safe haven for all things romance.

Chicago’s romance-centric bookstore gears up for Valentine’s Day

Hailey Bosek, Contributing Writer February 11, 2024

In the Roscoe Village store, patrons laugh, flip pages and peruse the shelves. Hundreds of shiny red hearts dangle from the store ceiling. Pink and red balloon hearts adorn the tables and walls. A giant...

Kelly Kessler, DePaul Media and Cinema studies professor, and Pablo Mota play cards on the floor of the Kessler-Flauto family’s living room before dinner on Nov. 5. Cissy Hubbard, who is Flautos mother, Emilio Mota and Albani Rivero laugh in the background as they watch the two play “War.”

‘It was our moment of blessing’: Migrant family finds a home with the help of a DePaul professor

Cary Robbins, La DePaulia Managing Editor February 5, 2024

The home of Kelly Kessler, a DePaul professor, was louder than usual one night in early November. She and her wife Elizabeth Flauto were preparing chicken and dumpling soup to share with who they call...

Dozens gather in Chicago City Hall in support for a cease-fire in Gaza on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024. Chicago is the biggest city to pass a resolution for a cease-fire.

Chicago City Council passes resolution for cease-fire in Gaza: 23-23 vote

Lucia Preziosi, News Editor February 4, 2024
Mayor Brandon Johnson casting the tie-breaking vote in the symbolic decision.
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