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Richardson Library renovations approved

Richardson Library renovations approved

Emma Krupp

November 6, 2016

DePaul’s John T. Richardson Library is getting yet another facelift: last week, the Board of Trustees approved a third phase of renovations for the Lincoln Park-located library, set to begin next summer. Read More »...

Home is where the vote is

Home is where the vote is

Taylor Ashmore

November 6, 2016

With election day fast-approaching, many DePaul students are scrambling to cast their votes before polls close Tuesday. Students who are studying abroad internationally, however, are given a more difficult task: submitting an absentee ballot across country lines. Read More »...

Police investigating sexual assault on campus

Police investigating sexual assault on campus

Rachel Hinton

October 23, 2016

A criminal sexual assault was reported Thursday between 1:45 and 2:30 a.m. in Munroe Hall. Read More »...

Race and Action plan announced

Race and Action plan announced

Jessica Villagomez

September 19, 2016

Black Student Union president Mario Morrow is encouraged, but still skeptical. Read More »

The cost of public intoxication

The cost of public intoxication

Jackson Danbeck

September 18, 2016

It is no secret that college students like to drink and, for good measure, to get drunk. Read More »...

Students find solace in volunteering

Students find solace in volunteering

Jasminne Hernández

April 24, 2016

Waking up at 4 a.m. is not unusual for Jessenia Martinez, a senior at DePaul. It’s even enjoyable. On a cold and icy January morning, rather than staying in bed, Martinez was up and ready to volunteer for her first race of the year. Since January she has volunteered her time at 10 different events ...

DePaul celebrates Earth Week

DePaul celebrates Earth Week

Jessica Villagomez and Yazmin Dominguez

April 22, 2016

For DePaul freshman Erin Hammond, helping manage the Earth Week Festival on DePaul’s Quad in 40 degree weather was not a challenge.  Read More »...

United Students Against Sweatshops stand against Nike, which contracts with DePaul

United Students Against Sweatshops stand against Nike, which contracts with DePaul

Jessica Villagomez

April 3, 2016

Members of the DePaul community gathered Thursday to hear Noi Supalai, a former garment worker and union president from Bangkok, Thailand, speak about her experience working for a Thai clothing factory that produced collegiate apparel for Nike. Read More »...

Students face hurdles to protest

Students face hurdles to protest

Jackson Danbeck

March 6, 2016

Students at Loyola University can now protest on campus without the institution’s approval — a right students at DePaul University do not have.  Read More »...

CTA ridership hits record for second straight year after huge increase in ‘L’ use

CTA ridership hits record for second straight year after huge increase in ‘L’ use

Jackson Danbeck

February 21, 2016

More Chicagoans rode the ‘L’ in 2015 than ever before in the city’s history. Read More »...

An adjunct professor’s letter to Father Holtschneider

Brendan McQuade

January 24, 2016

On Jan. 14, , DePaul University faculty received a letter addressing a campaign by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) to unionize DePaul’s contingent faculty.  Read More »...

Chipotle comeback likely

Chipotle comeback likely

JohnFranco Joyce

January 24, 2016

Chipotle’s Jackson Boulevard location on DePaul’s Loop campus continues to attract droves of hungry students and working Chicagoans. Nationwide, however, the corporate chain is conducting major damage control amidst an outbreak of foodborne illness in late 2015 that affected hundreds of Chipotle customers. Read More »...

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