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Historic first quarter lifts DePaul in Maggie Dixon Classic

Historic first quarter lifts DePaul in Maggie Dixon Classic

Nate Burleyson, Asst. Sports Editor

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All it took was a record-setting first quarter for No. 19 DePaul to drub Arkansas State. The first round of the Maggie Dixon Classic saw the Blue Demons looking for a move in the right direction after a 21 point loss to Oregon State on Nov. 14. And the first quarter was everything they could have wanted...

DePaul student called project for ISIS ‘highest form of jihad’

DePaul student called project for ISIS ‘highest form of jihad’

Ella Lee, Arts & Life Editor

November 20, 2019

Thomas Osadzinski came to DePaul in Fall 2017 to attain a bachelor of computer science degree in software development. Now, he’s been accused of writing computer code intended to assist ISIS in spreading propaganda.  The code, a Python script, copies ISIS media channels onto an unnamed social med...

D-Men Roundtable Episode 4: DePaul men’s basketball’s strong start feels different from past years

D-Men Roundtable Episode 4: DePaul men’s basketball’s strong start feels different from past years

Ryan Gilroy, Staff Photographer

November 20, 2019

https://soundcloud.com/user-71122238/d-men-roundtable-4 On this week's episode of D-Men Roundtable, The DePaulia's sports desk discusses how this year's strong start to the men's basketball team's season differs from past years – and the potential the team has.

Talent carries Blue Demons to strong start

Talent carries Blue Demons to strong start

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor

November 18, 2019

For the last 14 years the DePaul men’s basketball team hasn’t had much to cheer about. Until last year the program hadn’t had a winning record since the 2006-07 season. The program has been starving for something positive to go their way that they can use to build momentum, and they finally got t...

No-deal Brexit could mean uncertainty for Northern Ireland, Ireland

No-deal Brexit could mean uncertainty for Northern Ireland, Ireland

Dan McDaid, Contributing Writer

November 18, 2019

A no-deal Brexit could mean a lot of uncertainty for the people of Northern Ireland and Ireland. If the United Kingdom quits the European Union, it could cause serious economic problems and more violence to two countries that have been down this road before. Keeping the Good Friday Agreement intact is...

World’s largest Starbucks opens in downtown Chicago

World’s largest Starbucks opens in downtown Chicago

Hank Mitchell, Contributing Writer

November 18, 2019

There’s something contagious about the excitement surrounding an attraction that people deem worth lining up for.  The opening of the new Starbucks Reserve Roastery on Friday at Michigan Avenue and Erie Street has drawn huge crowds lining up for hours to see inside. Many of those who passed by th...

EDITORIAL: The Daily Northwestern’s clumsy editorial was a well-intentioned attempt at ethical journalism, but set a dangerous precedent

EDITORIAL: The Daily Northwestern’s clumsy editorial was a well-intentioned attempt at ethical journalism, but set a dangerous precedent

The DePaulia Editorial Board

November 18, 2019

When the Daily Northwestern published its editorial last week apologizing to students for publishing photos of them protesting former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ visit to campus, journalists from across the country took aim at the student newspaper. Alumni of Northwestern’s famed Medil...

DePaul College of Law lags with bar passage, rankings as Dean faces review

DePaul College of Law lags with bar passage, rankings as Dean faces review

Shane René, Editor-in-Chief

November 18, 2019

DePaul University College of Law (COL) has gone five years under the command of Dean Jennifer Rosato Perea, over which time the school’s national ranking has fallen, distinguished professors have exited and its students have graduated less and less prepared to practice law. Now Rosato Perea, who...

State bills pressure NCAA to change ways

State bills pressure NCAA to change ways

Nate Burleyson, Assistant Sports Editor

November 18, 2019

The discourse around paying college athletes has been growing more and more in recent months. The name, image and likeness argument based around athletes not being able to profit from their image has started to move in an unprecedented direction for the NCAA. California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bil...

DePaul women’s basketball adds first two recruits to 2020 class

DePaul women’s basketball adds first two recruits to 2020 class

Nate Burleyson, Asst. Sports Editor

November 13, 2019

Two more additions to Doug Bruno’s DePaulBall system were announced on Wednesday. The DePaul women’s basketball team announced the official signing of two recruits from the western suburbs of Chicago: Darrione Rogers of Lake Park West High School in Roselle, IL and Kendall Holmes of Benet Academy...

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