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How DePaul’s clubs, organizations are handling virtual meetings

How DePaul's clubs, organizations are handling virtual meetings

Tommy Virgl, Contributing Writer

April 8, 2020

DePaul’s Richardson Library, which was once full of students collaborating and working vigorously, now stands abandoned amid the coronavirus pandemic. DePaul’s various clubs no longer can take advantage of previously available resources such as Richardson Library. While each club has made their ...

Let’s go clubbing: All the tea on clubs at DePaul

(Ally Zacek/The DePaulia)

Andrew Hattersley

October 2, 2017

Close to 200 clubs and organizations gathered for two days at the Lincoln Park and Loop involvement fairs. These fairs aim to strike interest from new or returning students looking to get involved. Students utilize clubs in a variety of ways, ranging from professional development to networking to finding a ...

Personality by design: What do your laptop stickers say about you?

(Rachel Fernandez/The DePaulia)

Rachel Fernandez

September 25, 2017

Nothing brightens up the Student Center or a classroom much like a laptop layered with stickers. Each small piece of art brings color and life to an otherwise dull surface. Each collage is unique to the owner and creates diversity in design. Whether  they  promote a local business, show your favori...

DePaul celebrates St. Vincent’s Feast Day

Students, staff and faculty enjoyed snacks, beverages and interactive activities at Friday’s Vinny Fest in celebration of St. Vincent’s Feast Day, held each year on Sept. 27.
(Amber Colon, The DePaulia)

Amber Colón

September 25, 2017

Friday marked the third annual Vinny Fest, a yearly celebration on the Quad that is held by the Office of Mission and Values to commemorate St. Vincent de Paul’s feast day. Read More »...

Changing Title IX, interim measures threaten student success

Sonja Breda, 23, right, holds a sign saying

Sam Mendoza

September 18, 2017

On-campus sexual misconduct has been placed into the spotlight with Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announcing that certain Title IX regulations will be rolled back; specifically in the ways a school must investigate a case of sexual harassment. Title IX is a set of regulations passed in 1972 th...

Cafes and couches, cozy places to study off campus

Matt Koske

September 11, 2017

Sometimes, staring at the blank walls of DePaul’s libraries gets exhausting, not to mention the dreadful lighting or the scratched up desks.There are an assortment of off-campus study areas in Lincoln Park and in the Loop that give any library a run for its money. These places offer Wi-Fi, comfier pillo...

Defend DACA, make DePaul a sanctuary campus

Defend DACA, make DePaul a sanctuary campus

DePaul Socialists

September 11, 2017

The DePaul Socialists condemn the rescindment of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).  This racist attack puts some 800,000 people at risk for deportation and violence, and continues President Trump's assault on immigrant communities in the US. Read More »...

DePaul’s plan for a ‘Living Street’ on life support

Enrollment at DePaul has decreased by 10 percent since 2013.
(Benjamin Conboy/ The DePaulia)

Jake Wirth

September 10, 2017

Walking between campus buildings on Kenmore Avenue, a herd of students pays little attention to the line of cars waiting at a stand still to pass. You can’t blame the students, considering there’s not much of a campus in Lincoln Park. Buildings are nestled between busy streets and students often have...

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