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Nonprofit tackles racial issues on campus and beyond

Nonprofit  tackles racial issues on campus and beyond

Julia Hale, Contributing Writer

March 4, 2019

Nonprofit group Black Girls Break Bread held a two-day event last Tuesday and Wednesday focused on navigating race and gender at DePaul and beyond. Black Girls Break Bread was founded in October 2016 by Jessica Davenport-Williams, Jazzy Davenport-Russ and Khadija Warfield for the purpose of uplifting, ...

Lawsuit: student sues, alleging professor coerced her into sex

Lawsuit: student sues, alleging professor coerced her into sex

Amber Colón

July 5, 2017

A student is suing the University and an instructor after she said he pressured her into having sex with him for an "A" in his class. The lawsuit was filed on Thursday in the Cook County Circuit Court. According to court documents, the woman is seeking over $200,000 in damages. The Chicago Sun-T...

POLL: Do you feel safe on DePaul’s campus?

POLL: Do you feel safe on DePaul’s campus?

Mariah Woelfel and Kathryn Eardley

April 22, 2015

Do you feel safe on campus? Yes. Yes, most of the time. Sometimes. Rarely. No. Poll Maker Video: DePaul students on the Loop campus tell the DePaulia how they feel about campus safety. This survey is part of a new weekly poll segment launched in an effort t...

Le Tour DePaul: Biking on campus

Le Tour DePaul: Biking on campus

Zhangli Bu

October 12, 2014

As the third largest city in the nation, Chicago is a busy city. According to the City of Chicago website, about 882,430 vehicles pass through Chicago on an average weekday. This has caused safety to become a serious problem for campus bikers, especially for bikers in the Loop Campus, which is one ...

Campus Crime Report 9-15

Campus Crime Report 9-15

Andrew Morrell

September 15, 2014

For more information and up to date campus crime activity, visit https://publicsafety.depaul.edu/.

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