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CPS students walk downtown with signs protesting in person learning without Covid-19 protocols. The march took place last Friday.

‘Our voices matter’: CPS students hold walkouts demanding their voices to be heard

Maria Marta Guzman, La DePaulia Editor-in-Chief January 18, 2022

Two days after Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students returned to in-person classes, they were out of type once again. But this time protesting what they are calling a lack of school safety Covid-19 measures.  On...

Illinois is leaving fossil fuels for renewables. Can it do it without nuclear?

Illinois is leaving fossil fuels for renewables. Can it do it without nuclear?

Jackson Healy, Nation and World Editor January 17, 2022

On Sept. 15, 2021, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act (CEJA), turning bill into law and committing the state to one of the most significant and comprehensive clean energy...

Letter from the editors: Two years of La DePaulia

Letter from the editors: Two years of La DePaulia

María Marta Guzmán, Editor-in-Chief, La DePaulia January 17, 2022

It was two years ago today when DePaul journalism students Hillary Flores, Jonathan Aguilar, Izabella Grimaldo and myself launched Chicago’s first Latino student newspaper — La DePaulia.  All from...

Forward Aneesah Morrow dribbling around a Georgetown player on Jan. 16.

Women’s basketball: DePaul defeats Georgetown 102-69 to make program history

Darcy Waskiewicz, Sports Editor January 16, 2022

The DePaul women’s basketball team made history on Sunday when they defeated Georgetown University 102-69 at home. This win is the team’s seventh 100-point win this season, the most in program history.  The...

Forward Aneesah Morrow jumping to take a shot against Villanova on Jan. 14.

Women’s basketball: DePaul finds a way to win after first conference loss

Ryan Taylor, Staff Writer January 15, 2022

After a disappointing overtime loss to conference rival Marquette University, plenty of emphasis was placed on coming back and winning versus Villanova University at home.  Not just purely out of redemption,...

DePaul sophomore guard Jalen Terry looks to go past Seton Halls Bryce Aiken.

Men’s basketball: DePaul upsets No. 20 Seton Hall for its first Big East win of the season

Lawrence Kreymer, Editor-in-Chief January 13, 2022

DePaul simply had to find a way to get a win in the Big East. It doesn't matter how it happened, it just matters that the Blue Demons got the job done after losing their first five conference games. DePaul...

DePaul updated its mask mandate for the winter quarter, requiring students to either wear an N95 mask or double-up with a cloth mask and a surgical mask underneath.

DePaul announces Covid-19 booster, updated mask mandate

Corey Schmidt, Copy Editor January 13, 2022

Earlier today, DePaul University announced they will require students, faculty and staff to get a Covid-19 vaccine booster by March 1, alongside new mask requirements prohibiting single cloth masks. Students...

In person classes will resume Jan. 18, 2022; however, students will not have to show any proof of a negative Covid-19 test or require a booster shot

Faculty Council votes for university-wide booster mandate

Nika Schoonover, Print Managing Editor January 12, 2022

DePaul’s Faculty Council passed a motion to mandate the Covid-19 booster across the university community on Jan. 12. The motion requests that evidence of vaccination status be required by March.  DePaul...

Tony Stubblefield looks on as DePaul faced Montevallo on Thursday in an exhibition game.

Men’s basketball: DePaul’s defense struggles to contain Marquette, Blue Demons lose 87-76

Joshua M. Hicks, Asst. Sports Editor January 11, 2022

It was an ugly scene at Fiserv Forum as DePaul took another conference loss to Marquette University 87-76. DePaul remains winless in conference play, extending its losing streak to five games in Big East...

In person classes will resume Jan. 18, 2022; however, students will not have to show any proof of a negative Covid-19 test or require a booster shot

DePaul is planning to return to in-person classes next week

Lawrence Kreymer, Editor-in-Chief January 10, 2022

DePaul is still planning to return to in-person classes Jan. 18, a university spokesperson confirmed to The DePaulia Monday night.  The university will share an update with everyone later this week,...

Art by Alicia Goluszka

Former DePaul professor who sued university regarding tenure files for summary judgment

Nika Schoonover, Print Managing Editor January 10, 2022

Lisa Calvente, former DePaul communications professor who sued the university regarding her tenure denial, filed for partial summary judgment on Dec. 23.  Calvente’s motion comes after DePaul filed...

In person classes will resume Jan. 18, 2022; however, students will not have to show any proof of a negative Covid-19 test or require a booster shot

DePaul planning to return to in-person classes without added protocols on testing and boosters

Nadia Hernandez & Lawrence Kreymer January 10, 2022

DePaul has only been in session for one week to begin the winter quarter, and the university is already experiencing its second-largest Covid-19 outbreak of the 2021-22 school year.  Since classes...

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