The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

Artista Milton Coronado conmemoró a Marlen Ochoa Lopez, una joven madre asesinada en Chicago, con un mural en Pilsen.

Artistas latinos dejan la marca de su activismo en Chicago

Santiago Posada-Jaramillo, La DePaulia Managing Editor February 7, 2022

El arte es más humano que incluso la ciencia. Ha sido una constante forma de expresión desde antes de que el lenguaje escrito apareciera; la primera muestra de escritura fue creada hace unos 5,500 años,...

DePaul University Lincoln Park campus.

Student activists continue to protest DePaul while social distancing

Sonal Soni, Contributing Writer April 23, 2020

In an era of social distancing, student activists dissatisfied with DePaul’s response to COVID-19 are using alternative methods to traditional in-person protesting. The COVID-19 pandemic creates setbacks...

Los pétalos de las flores caen cuando familiares y amigos lloran alrededor de la tumba del activista comunitario Homero Gómez González en Ocampo, estado de Michoacán, México.

OPINIÓN: El fallecimiento de una persona no debería matar su activismo

Jovan Gonzalez and Maria Guerrero February 19, 2020

El activismo siempre ha sido algo poderoso que ha cambiado perspectivas cuando es hecho correctamente.  Recientemente el reconocido activista de la mariposa monarca de México, Homero Gómez González,...

Chance the Rapper spent a couple of hours with fans, covering a variety of topics to include Chicago Public Schools and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Chance said he will live in Chicago until the day he dies. (Photo courtesy of Museum of Contemporary Art)

‘You don’t want no problems:’ Chance gets political

Jonathan Ballew, Assistant News Editor March 12, 2018

Chance Bennet, better known as Chance the Rapper, made a highly anticipated appearance at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art on Monday. While the conversation between Chance and South Side journalist...

Graduate students at the University of Missouri during a 2015 protest where students supported the unionization route.  (Photo courtesy of The Maneater)

Graduate students look to band together

Benjamin Conboy, Editor in Chief January 29, 2018

Graduate students are taking the first steps in forming a student association that would hear grievances, complaints and demands from the graduate student body and take them up with the university. The...

Paul Drinkwater | AP

Use your platform

Brenden Welper, Contributing Writer January 16, 2018

Silence is a lot of things.  But in the case of last Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards, silence was anything but golden. For the men of Hollywood, it was their first chance to denounce a dark secret that...

Sr. Judy Warmbold, D.C., speaks about the work the DePaul Dax Program is doing.
(Benjamin Conboy/The DePaulia)

Vincentian Prayer Breakfast recognizes DePaul activists

Benjamin Conboy, Editor in Chief October 2, 2017

Attendees of the Vincentian Prayer Breakfast gathered the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 27 to share a meal and prayer service while recognizing the recent accomplishments of the DePaul Dax Program. Student...

People from DePaul joined the larger Chicago community to engage in a Train Takeover protest on Friday, May 15, highlighting issues about African-American and civil rights. (Olivia Jepson / The DePaulia)

DePaul students’ Vincentian engagement of civil rights problems

Rachel Hinton May 17, 2015

At 5 p.m. on Friday, amid workers commuting from the Loop, a “train takeover” protest disrupted the already bumpy flow of the train ride. Among the ranks of veteran protestors, DePaul students as...

Grassroots and community activists from Oakland, California (above) to Washington, D.C. have been driving the continuing outcry against police brutality since the death of Freddie Gray. (Ray Chavez/The Oakland Tribune via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Community conversations needed for police problems

Rachel Hinton May 10, 2015

On arguably the nicest day of the quarter, DePaul’s Black Student Union (BSU) lounged in a circle on the Quad hosting a “pop-up” conversation on topics ranging from police brutality to treatment...

A small group of protesters marches on 15th Place near Kedzie Avenue in Chicago April 20 after a Cook County judge threw out all the charges against veteran Chicago Police detective Dante Servin, who was on trial for fatally shooting Rekia Boyd during an off-duty incident in March 2012, ruling that prosecutors failed to prove that the detective acted recklessly. (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Chicago activists sympathize with Baltimore

Brenden Moore May 3, 2015

A “teach-in” was held on DePaul’s Loop campus Wednesday night to explain the controversial acquittal of a Chicago detective charged with manslaughter in the 2012 death of Rekia Boyd, a 22-year-old...

People demonstrate at Michigan Ave. on the Day of Anger march, Dec. 13. (Kevin Gross / The DePaulia)

‘Black lives matter’: Q&A with Elijah Obasanya, Chicago police violence protestor

Kevin Gross January 11, 2015

The nation looked on as the indictment decisions for the police officers responsible in the deaths of African-Americans Mike Brown and Eric Gardner came out on Nov. 24 and Dec. 3. “No indictment.” Outcry...

Catcalling and the objectification of women

Catcalling and the objectification of women

Heather Slawny November 16, 2014

A surprisingly large number of people touted similar reactions to the creator of the YouTube channel Red Pill Philosophy, who recently spoke about a video posted last week, unveiling the seriousness...

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