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Marlee Chlystek

Marlee Chlystek

May 10, 2019


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Marlee Chlystek is a graphic artist at The DePaulia, an undergraduate at DePaul majoring in Graphic Design, a music fanatic and an obvious Virgo. Don't mess with her–she has a part time job as a Kickboxing trainer as well. Her strong suit is illustrating and sketching, which brings a different twis...

Carolyn Bradley

Carolyn Bradley

May 10, 2019


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Carolyn Bradley is a copy editor who likes to help create an appealing paper. She is a graduate student studying journalism because she enjoys asking questions. In her free time, she likes to read, take photos and explore the city.   Email her at carolynbradleydepaul@gmail.com. Follow her...

Doug Klain

Doug Klain

May 3, 2019


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Doug Klain is the Opinions Editor for The DePaulia and a senior studying political science and Russian studies. He's also a longtime public radio geek with his very own NPR tote — the height of audio-inspired utility! Email him at opinion@depauliaonline.com. Follow him on Twitter @KlainGame....

Letter from the Editor: With the 4/20 Issue, The DePaulia brings you a modern take on marijuana

Letter from the Editor: With the 4/20 Issue, The DePaulia brings you a modern take on marijuana

Benjamin Conboy, Editor in Chief

April 15, 2019


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Gov. J.B. Pritzker campaigned on legalizing marijuana for recreational use in Illinois. He argued that the tax revenue brought in from it could help fill the gaping holes in our state’s budget and begin to repair the injustice of ever having locked people up for marijuana crimes in the first place. No...

Ella Lee

Ella Lee

April 14, 2019


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Ella Lee is the Focus Editor for the DePaulia and an undergraduate student studying journalism, political science and climate change science & policy. Her favorite drink is tea with more ice than tea, and her favorite week of the year is Shark Week. Email her at focus@depauliaonline.com. Follow...

Passover, Easter and the sacred origins of 4/20

Passover, Easter and the sacred origins of 4/20

Noah Festenstein, Contributing Writer

April 14, 2019


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This Friday begins a religious weekend, and smack dab right in the middle of it—4/20. While we may know of our respective religious holidays, Passover and Easter sandwich the one holiday with some history to highlight. 4/20 has solidified itself to be the most mainstream marijuana holiday. Falli...

Blue Demons CBI journey marches on with matchup against Longwood

Blue Demons CBI journey marches on with matchup against Longwood

Paul Steeno, Senior Basketball Writer

March 25, 2019


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The most eye catching aspect of the Longwood Lancers, the DePaul Blue Demons opponent for the second round of the College Basketball Invitational, may be the name of one of their star players. Junior point guard Lorenzo Phillips goes by his childhood nickname Shabooty, staking his claim for best n...

Blue Demons advance to second round of CBI with win against Chippewas

Blue Demons advance to second round of CBI with win against Chippewas

Paul Steeno, Senior Basketball Writer

March 20, 2019


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DePaul could have made several excuses that could have curtailed their 100-86 victory against the Central Michigan Chippewas in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational tournament on Wednesday night. McGrath-Phillips Arena not Wintrust Arena. Early deficit. CBI. Who cares, right? "You...

Influence cannot mask the truth

Influence cannot mask the truth

Madi Garner, Contributor Writer

March 11, 2019


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In the wake of Hollywood’s #MeToo movement, coupled with #TimesUp, the number of actors, singers, and performers exposed has become exhausting to keep up with. From Bill Cosby to Kevin Spacey, actors blackballed and singers let free, it seems everyone is living in fear that their favorite may be next u...

The bros are back

The bros are back

Carolyn McCabe, Contributing Writer

March 11, 2019


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Whether you like it or not, the Jonas Brothers are back and hotter, and older, than ever. The dynamic trio that stole teenagers’ hearts around the world released a new song this past week called “Sucker,” relaunching their music careers as a unified band. It has been 13 years since their iconic ...

So Long, Wintrust

So Long, Wintrust

Paul Steeno, Richard Bodee, and Alexa Sandler

March 7, 2019


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It was a heck of a way to go out. If this was the last time that DePaul seniors Femi Olujobi, Eli Cain, and Max Strus play at Wintrust Arena in a DePaul uniform (it'll depend on if DePaul makes a postseason tournament in which case they could host a game), the trio at least went out in style. In a 101-67 stomping of a Georgetown Hoy...

Sullivan Menard is trying to put Alaska basketball on the map

Sullivan Menard is trying to put Alaska basketball on the map

Paul Steeno and Andrew Hattersley

February 25, 2019


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Sullivan Menard, the latest recruit to pledge his services to the DePaul Blue Demon men's basketball team, has an A-list story to tell about how the union between himself and DePaul University came about. "My cousin's girlfriend's sister's fiancé is [Blue Demon assistant] coach Shane Heirman," Menard...

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