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DePaul falters in consecutive losses

DePaul falters in consecutive losses

Lawrence Kreymer, Asst. Sports Editor

September 24, 2018

In their penultimate non-conference game, DePaul (4-5; 1-1 Big East) lost 1-0 in overtime to their intra-city rival, Loyola- Chicago (3-3). Both Loyola and DePaul struggled to create many goal scoring opportunities in the first half, with the Blue Demons not registering one shot. With both teams visibly...

Loyola announces 660 percent increase in donations

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Shane Rene, Sports Editor

May 21, 2018

Just over a month removed from the Loyola Rambler’s historic dance through March Madness, we finally have a number to show us all what it was worth.    Loyola University Chicago’s athletic department announced early last week that the department has seen a 660 percent increase in donations compared to the same time fra...

Chicago runners undeterred by record lows

A jogger braves negative temperatures to run along the Lakefront in the frigid early hours of Jan. 4. 
(Photo courtesy of Associated Press)

Jonathan Ballew, Assistant News Editor

January 8, 2018

With record low temperatures sweeping the nation, Chicagoans prepare for business as usual. Millions of residents will bundle up with scarves, hats and mittens ready to face the arctic temperatures on their daily commute. Although those from warmer climates may think Chicagoans are crazy for braving th...

DePaul athletics fields concerns of season ticket holders during meetings

Matthew Paras

July 7, 2014

The DePaul athletic department hosted a series of meetings with season ticket holders to discuss the past and future for the men’s basketball program over the course of four different dates. Read More »...

Saying goodbye: Senior athletes aim high

Saying goodbye: Senior athletes aim high

Ben Gartland and Matthew Paras

June 2, 2014

With the year coming to a close, many seniors in DePaul athletics are saying goodbye and moving on to a career. As the NCAA tournament concluded with a loss to Texas A&M in the Sweet Sixteen, DePaul forward Jasmine Penny knew the game was her last game of organized basketball she would ever pla...

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