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Hanging in the balance: Law professor fighting termination advances civil rights lawsuit

Hanging in the balance: Law professor fighting termination advances civil rights lawsuit

Benjamin Conboy, Editor-in-Chief September 17, 2018

Three blocks away from DePaul’s College of Law, years of disagreement spilled over into a federal courthouse on Friday. Professor Terry Smith, an African-American labor law and voting rights scholar,...

Graphic by Victoria Williamson

Trump’s new budget released

Budget proposal includes increases and cuts
Evan Sully, Staff Writer February 26, 2018

President Donald Trump has proven himself to be a president who spends lots of money that this country doesn’t have. On Feb. 12, Trump sent Congress a $4.4 trillion budget proposal, the second of his...

Members of DePauls task force met in mid-November to decide the future of the university.

Meetings with the task force begin, DePaul’s future to be decided

Benjamin Conboy and Jonathan Ballew December 5, 2017

Members of the DePaul community gathered Nov. 15 and 16 to voice their opinions about where they would like to see DePaul in the year 2024. In the coming months, a task force consisting of university...

DePaul begins EVP search process

Brenden Moore July 22, 2015

DePaul is set to officially begin the search process for a new Executive Vice President after the position was posted on the university’s internal job board as well as several outside sites. In a...

The view of the John T. Richardson Library from the quad. (Josh Leff / The DePaulia)

Real potential of DePaul SGA: Greater autonomy needed from administration

Tyler Solorio May 10, 2015

We passed provisions to allow funding for free HIV and STI testing, textbook financial aid and emergency funds in case of financial emergencies that could hinder students’ enrollment with the money...

Second provost candidate James Coleman visits DePaul

Second provost candidate James Coleman visits DePaul

Grant Myatt January 28, 2015

The second provost finalist, James Coleman, visited campus earlier this week highlighting the similarities of his current institution to DePaul and his upbringing as the son of a civil rights leader...

The four finalists for DePauls provost search. From left to right: Alan Ray, James Coleman, Nancy Brickhouse, Marten denBoer. (Photos courtesy of DePaul University)

Finalists for DePaul provost search announced

Brenden Moore and Megan Deppen January 16, 2015

DePaul's Provost Search Committee announced the four finalists for the open provost position along with their visitation schedules in an email to the DePaul community today. The four candidates:...

Tackling the issue: time to clear the animosity and ignorance

Tackling the issue: time to clear the animosity and ignorance

Zoe Krey September 29, 2014

We know the statistics, we know the rumors, we know the rhetoric, but do we recognize the misconceptions? Rape, sexual abuse and assault,relationship violence, domestic violence, and stalking have...

Short-term solutions: DePaul sees high level of interim administrators

Short-term solutions: DePaul sees high level of interim administrators

Brenden Moore September 15, 2014

On top of dealing with rising tuition, fluctuating enrollment and frozen salaries like many universities and colleges across the country, DePaul faces a unique issue this year with many interim administrators...

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