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The Student News Site of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student News Site of DePaul University

The DePaulia

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

22/23 Women’s preview: New talent hopes to fill vacancies alongside A. Morrow and company

Preston Zbroszczyk, Assistant Sports Editor November 7, 2022

With the start of the women’s basketball season just two days away, there are numerous unknowns for the Blue Demons to start the season. Injuries have caused head coach Doug Bruno to help his players...

Junior forward DaSean Nelson goes up for a dunk against Marian University during their exhibition game on Tuesday, Nov, 1.

State of the program: Do Peevy and Stubblefield have the resources needed to move men’s hoops forward?

Patrick Sloan-Turner, Online Managing Editor November 7, 2022

It has been 6,807 days since the DePaul men’s basketball team has played in an NCAA tournament game. After enjoying significant success from the late ‘70s through the ‘80s and ‘90s, with 16...

Morrow sisters bring basketball bond to DePaul

Morrow sisters bring basketball bond to DePaul

Erin Henze, Assistant Photo Editor November 7, 2022

Growing up, sports were a way of life for Nazlah and Aneesah Morrow.  Today, they still are.  “Sports were kind of something we didn’t really have to think about,” senior forward Nazlah Morrow...

Big East conference logo displayed in place of the DePaul Athletics logo underneath the jumbotron for the Big East Championship at Wintrust Arena.

COLUMN: Despite top teams’ decline, Big East on the rise in 2022-23

Nate Burleyson, Staff Writer November 7, 2022

When the AP Top 25 released in October, Villanova, who hadn’t been ranked outside of the top 10 in any preseason poll since 2015, sat at 16. They dropped below no. 9 Creighton and seemingly lost favor...

Freshman four star recruit Zion Cruz plays defense against a Marian guard in Wintust Arena on Nov. 1.

Cruz shows potential to be DePaul’s next breakout star

Tom Gorski, Sports Editor November 7, 2022

Entering his second season, Tony Stubblefield continues to make an impact on the recruiting trail, landing four star recruit Zion Cruz. A player of Cruz’s caliber choosing DePaul shocked plenty, especially...

The sun rises behind the Supreme Court in Washington, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020.

Opinion: The Not So-Supreme Court

Jack McNeil, Contributing Writer July 17, 2022

If you have ever put the Supreme Court on a pedestal, this is a good week to stop doing that.  In the past few weeks, between what Governor Pritzker labeled our “American tradition” of mass shooting,...

This poster, created by Patricia Wallin, shows 17 women accused of having abortions after suffering a miscarriage in El Salvador.

‘Fly So Far’ film inspires abortion rights activists amid Roe v. Wade overturn

Cary Robbins, Contributing Writer July 9, 2022

Patricia Wallin, an abortion rights activist from El Salvador, has seen the film Fly So Far at least five times. When she first watched the movie, Wallin said she was shocked to see how criminalizing abortion...

Abortion-rights supporters protest the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, thus ending constitutional protections for abortion, Tuesday, June 28, 2022, at the Mississippi Capitol in Jackson. Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch on Monday certified the states trigger law banning abortion except in cases where the mothers life is in danger or a rape has been reported to law enforcement.

The overturning of Roe is more than an attack on women; it’s an attack on religious freedom

Barbara Schiffer, Contributing Writer July 8, 2022

(While the word woman and she/her pronouns are used in this article, we, as a community, do understand that not all people with uteruses identify with these terms and are just as negatively impacted by...

Abortion-rights activists protest outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Saturday, June 25, 2022. The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years, a decision by its conservative majority to overturn the courts landmark abortion cases.

Her abortion gave us a chance. Now, others won’t be so lucky

Patrick Sloan-Turner, Online Managing Editor July 7, 2022

A few years ago, I pulled into the parking lot of a Planned Parenthood for the first and only time in my life thus far. The conversation was sparse between the person in the passenger seat on the drive...

Activists March along Dearborn Street in Chicago on June 25 in response to SCOTUS overturn of Roe v. Wade.

Students consider role of birth control in healthcare after Roe repeal

Nadia Carolina Hernandez, Print Managing Editor July 7, 2022

DePaul psychology student Ishika Bhatt said she was not surprised when Roe v. Wade was overturned due to the GOP’s constant anti-choice campaigning.  “Republicans have consistently declared  up...

After the overturn of Roe, many legal experts are calling the aftermath, A constituional earthquake.

A ‘constitutional earthquake:’ The aftermath of Roe shows the political battle in the decision

Una Cleary, Focus Editor July 7, 2022

On June 24, millions of Americans were crying both tears of joy and fear following  the Supreme Court’s ruling  to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Justice Samuel Alito wrote for the court majority...

Abortion rights organizers march down the streets holding a green We WONT Go Back! making their stance against the end of nearly 50 years of abortion rights.

Advocates for abortion rights protest in downtown

The Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe V. Wade on Friday put an end to federal abortion protections across the country and sparked abortion rights protesters to rally in downtown Federal Plaza over...

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