The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

Students protest the university letting go of faculty and staff on Sheffield Ave. on April 10.

DePaul’s path to financial recovery: Reflecting on VSIP and future redesign plans

Samantha Moilanen, Former Online Managing Editor September 10, 2023

Last year, DePaul faced a $56.5 million budget gap and a decline in enrollment after the pandemic, a trend in academic institutions across the country. Now at the start of the next academic year, a university...

CPS teachers push through budget cuts

Yazmin Dominguez, Online Editor July 25, 2016

Back in 2011, when Gov. Bruce Rauner was a private equity executive who was participating with the Chicago Public Education Fund, he labeled half of CPS teachers as “virtually illiterate” in an email...

(Courtney Jacquin / The DePaulia) | Source: Tom Mondschean

Budget cuts at DePaul continue for 2015-16 school year

Brenden Moore May 3, 2015

Amid a challenging enrollment environment nationwide, university leaders at DePaul were tasked with creating a budget that was realistic with the numbers, but one that upheld the university’s Vincentian...

The Jackson Red Line ‘L’ stop (pictured above) is a key arrival and departure point for DePaul students and faculty at the university’s Loop Campus. According to an NBC 5 investigation earlier this year, the station recorded the most thefts of any platform in the system. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

CTA ‘L’ sees highest ridership in 50 years, yet budget cuts loom

Danielle Church April 5, 2015

More than 238 million people rode the ‘L’ in 2014, the highest number in over 50 years. Yet it is also a number that could be affected dramatically with Governor Bruce Rauner’s recent proposal to...

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