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‘Justice for all?’ event addresses past and future of Black Lives Matter

‘Justice for all?’ event addresses past and future of Black Lives Matter

Edna Espino

January 15, 2016

In 2011, DePaul professor Valerie Johnson turned on her television to find that George Zimmerman had been acquitted in the Trayvon Martin case. A feeling of disbelief overwhelmed her.  Read More »...

DePaul MAP recipients face uncertain future

DePaul MAP recipients face uncertain future

Yazmin Dominguez

November 15, 2015

The reminder is on every computer monitor on both campuses. Blue and white posters with the #MAPMatters logo demanding the attention of the 23,799 students at DePaul. Read More »...

Loss of MAP grants threatens the DePaul experience

Loss of MAP grants threatens the DePaul experience

Emma Krupp

November 8, 2015

The Illinois State House of Representatives will vote on a budget bill this Tuesday that contains funding for the Monetary Assistance Program (MAP), a financial aid system that provides more than $370 million in grants to low- and middle-income students across the state. Read More »...

DePaul offers support to students facing drug addiction

DePaul offers support to students facing drug addiction

Claire Fisher

October 18, 2015

October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month, according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. Read More »...

DePaul increases innovation efforts

DePaul increases innovation efforts

Kyle Woosley

October 18, 2015

U.S. News and World Report named DePaul University as one of its “most innovative schools” in the country. Read More »...

Tibetan Buddhist monks visit DePaul

Marissa Nelson

October 11, 2015

Tibetan Buddhist monks focused on building bridges between different religious traditions during their visit to DePaul last week, creating a traditional sand mandala in the Lincoln Park Student Center in the process. Read More »...

Library incorporates video game leasing program

Library incorporates video game leasing program

Kyle Woolsey

September 27, 2015

While checking out the latest edition of “Madden” or fighting to the death in “Mortal Kombat” can be a great way to unwind after work or school, for many studying in DePaul’s College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) it’s a path towards a future career. Read More »...

DePaul quad adds solar panels

DePaul quad adds solar panels

Maddy Crozier

September 27, 2015

Four new solar panels in the quad and two in the Loop will decorate DePaul’s campuses in an effort to further involve students in campus sustainability and invigorate campus life. Read More »...

In-house EVP candidate faces DePaul community

In-house EVP candidate faces DePaul community

Jessica Villagomez

September 13, 2015

Candidate for DePaul Executive Vice President Jeffrey Bethke led an open campus meeting with the university community Thursday, making the case as to why he is the best candidate to replace retiring Bob Kozoman. Read More »...

Fraternity offers membership to transgender men

Fraternity offers membership to transgender men

Anna Quesse

September 13, 2015

A national fraternity with a DePaul presence made history this summer by becoming the first non-LGBTQ fraternity in the country to allow members of the transgender community to join.  Read More »...

DePaul grapples with Catholic, Vincentian identities

DePaul grapples with Catholic, Vincentian identities

Gracie Covarrubias

September 13, 2015

Despite being the largest Catholic university in the country, DePaul has come under criticism in some circles for not following strict Catholic doctrine. Read More »...

News briefs: 11-17-14

Brenden Moore

November 16, 2014

Geography students win big  at conferences Nine DePaul geography students were honored for excellence last month by several area organizations. Six of the awards were from the Illinois Geographical Information Systems Association conference, while the other three came from the Association of Amer...

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