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The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

On Sunday, May 12, walking club Chicago Girls Who Walk hosted a Mothers Day riverwalk to celebrate the holiday. The 1.5 mile walk began at the intersection of West Wacker Drive and West Lake Street and ended at Pioneer Court.

Mothers join together to to celebrate Mother’s Day with loved ones on Chicago’s Riverwalk

Maddie Champan, Contributing Writer May 19, 2024

On Sunday, May 12, family members gathered together to celebrate Mother’s Day on Chicago’s Riverwalk, hosted by Chicago Girls Who Walk. This walking club hosts weekly events that allow participants...

A vending machine stocked with narcan and other forms of aid stands on the 3rd floor of Harold Washington Library in the Loop on Saturday, April 20, 2024. Machines like this are being installed in locations across the city as a way of making life-saving medication more accessible.

Fentanyl taking more students lives

Anna Radloff, Contributing Writer April 28, 2024
Several fentanyl overdose deaths  locally have involved college students and teenagers.
A CTA passenger gazes out the window into the Loop on an Orange Line train on Friday, Feb. 16, 2024. The CTA has taken steps in recent months to crack down on prohibited behaviors on trains and buses.

To sit or to stand: Why CTA etiquette is so important

Nadine DeCero, Opinions Editor February 18, 2024

“Did your bag pay a fare too?” “Eating, drinking and smoking are prohibited on CTA vehicles.”  “Standing passengers, please do not lean against the doors.” “Keep your personal music...

‘Bring Chicago Home’ referendum rallies support and sparks concerns among developers

‘Bring Chicago Home’ referendum rallies support and sparks concerns among developers

Lucia Preziosi, News Editor February 18, 2024
The consistent revenue from this tax raise would be used to create quality affordable housing and other services for Chicago’s 68,400 people experiencing homelessness.
Dozens gather in Chicago City Hall in support for a cease-fire in Gaza on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024. Chicago is the biggest city to pass a resolution for a cease-fire.

Chicago City Council passes resolution for cease-fire in Gaza: 23-23 vote

Lucia Preziosi, News Editor February 4, 2024
Mayor Brandon Johnson casting the tie-breaking vote in the symbolic decision.
Know your rights: Student tenants guide to Chicago winter renting

Know your rights: Student tenants’ guide to Chicago winter renting

Addison Rogers, Contributing Writer February 4, 2024
This past January, Chicagoans cozied up indoors due to below-freezing temperatures and opaque fog.
Treatment Not Trauma: Brandon Johnsons mental health plans

Treatment Not Trauma: Brandon Johnson’s mental health plans

Lucia Preziosi, News Editor January 28, 2024
Six closed clinics later, Chicago residents continue to lack accessible mental health resources. Four of the closed clinics were in neighborhoods on the South Side.
An elderly man warms his hands by the fire he created across the street from a homeless encampment under a major interstate freeway Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Chicago. Millions of Americans face below-zero temperatures as storms bring a blast of Arctic air, snow and ice.

Below-zero temperatures raise concern for Chicago’s unhoused

Lucia Preziosi, News Editor January 21, 2024
Chicago endured a cold spell last week, bringing snow and below-freezing temperatures dipping into the negatives with extreme windchill.
Hot dogs are served to migrants, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2023, outside a Northside police station where they live in a small tent community in Chicago.

‘Please support us as human beings’: Chicago’s escalating migrant crisis prompts short-term remedies

Nadine DeCero, Opinions Editor November 10, 2023
Jose Bayona, a migrant from Venezuela, has been in Chicago for only a few days since we spoke to him on October 13th
Federal investigation binds Chicago to environmental justice

Federal investigation binds Chicago to environmental justice

Lucia Preziosi, News Editor October 15, 2023
Federal investigation pushes Chicago Mayor Johnson to implement environmental justice policy
Inside the lives of employed college students

Inside the lives of employed college students

Eli Smith, Contributing Writer October 8, 2023

Ana Israelson, a 19-year-old DePaul junior, works off-campus while taking classes to afford rent and groceries. If she had the choice, she would focus exclusively on her life as a student. “I’m...

The Red Line serves DePaul students through stations at both their Lincoln Park and Loop campuses.

Red Line project to end transit inequity on Far South Side

Lucia Preziosi, News Editor October 1, 2023

A promise that was introduced by former Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley in 1969 to extend the Red Line is coming to fruition. The federal government recently awarded the Chicago Transit Authority $2 billion...

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