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Millender’s red-hot shooting lands her on Big East Weekly Honor Roll

Millender’s red-hot shooting lands her on Big East Weekly Honor Roll

Paul Steeno, Sports Reporter

February 21, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

The third best 3-point shooter (by field goal percentage) in the conference was named to the Big East Weekly Honor Roll today. DePaul junior guard Ashton Millender earned the designation after averaging 19 points for the Blue Demons last week. She shot 8-for-14 (57.1 percent) from beyond the 3-point...

Blue Demon basketball looks to right ship against Providence

Blue Demon basketball looks to right ship against Providence

Paul Steeno, Sports Reporter

February 9, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports

The DePaul Blue Demons roll into Rhode Island looking to end a forgettable week on a high note. It started when longtime DePaul recruiting target Tyger Campbell chose UCLA over the Blue Demons on Tuesday, continued with severe fan backlash on Twitter, and culminated with a disheartening 76-75 loss a...

Delgado grabs rebounding record as Seton Hall defeats DePaul

Delgado grabs rebounding record as Seton Hall defeats DePaul

Paul Steeno, Staff Writer

January 28, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports

The DePaul Blue Demons (9-12; 2-7) couldn't stop an inevitable historical event from happening in an 86-70 defeat at the hands of the Seton Hall Pirates (16-5; 5-3) on Sunday afternoon. With under two minutes gone by in the first half, Seton Hall senior big man Angel Delgado etched his name into the Big East Conference record book by collecting his ...

Activists hope momentum carries over to voting booth

Activists hope momentum carries over to voting booth

Yazmin Dominguez and Jonathan Ballew

January 22, 2018


Filed under News

Pink hats and catchy, political posters paraded down Chicago’s Loop streets for the second annual Women’s March. An estimated 300,000 attendees were recorded, approximately 50,000 more than at the march’s inception. The momentum carries on exactly a year after President Trump’s inauguratio...

“The Chi” a love letter to the South Side

“The Chi” a love letter to the South Side

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

“The Chi” depicts life on the South Side of Chicago as a tragic event intertwines the lives of the main characters. The show airs on Showtime on Saturdays at 10:30 p.m. and follows an ensemble cast as they live every different lives that are connected in some way. In the premiere episode, nothing i...

Festival highlights local indie bands

Festival highlights local indie bands

Zoey Barnes, Focus Editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

A local bar and concert hall decorated with poinsettias and garland, turns January into a month of showcasing local and rising indie bands. Tomorrow Never Knows (TNK), a five-day music festival hosted by Schubas Tavern and Lincoln Hall, kicked off this weekend. Since 2004, Schubas and Lincoln Hall ...

Thrift stores from Armitage to Addison

Thrift stores from Armitage to Addison

Zoey Barnes, Focus Editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under Focus

Digging through bins and scouting through racks of clothes can be an extremely arduous process to find one piece of clothing you like. But the benefits can outweigh the costs of thrift shopping. Living in a world through an eco-friendly lens, thrift shopping is one huge way to help the environment b...

Museum Week 2018

Museum Week 2018

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life

Alas, Museum Week 2018 is upon us. Every year, the top museums across the city come together and offer deals and discounts as well as introducing new exhibits to entice Chicagoans to expand their horizons. This is your chance to experience some of the greatest things the city has to offer while at the ...

Flynn Cameron debut this season? ‘we’ve been talking about it’

Flynn Cameron debut this season? ‘we’ve been talking about it’

Paul Steeno, Sports Reporter

January 20, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

Someday new arrival Flynn Cameron will trade his gray, walk-on warmup sweats for the shiny white DePaul Blue Demon home uniform with the blue tint and blended blue and red lettering. But when? He signed with the Blue Demons on Dec. 21, 2017 and enrolled at the semester break, but didn't arrive on...

Blue Demons to battle Bulldogs in “Pink Game”

Blue Demons to battle Bulldogs in “Pink Game”

Paul Steeno, Sports Reporter

January 19, 2018


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

This isn't the Brad Stevens-led Butler Bulldogs that went 166-49 across six seasons from 2007 until 2013 that included five NCAA Tournament appearances and two trips to the Final Four. But the current iteration of the Butler Bulldogs (13-7; 3-4 Big East) is still pretty good. Under the guidance of...

Demons freeze on first days back

Jonathan Ballew, Assistant News Editor

January 8, 2018


Filed under News

Although the early stages of winter were fairly mild, temperatures have been unusually low since Christmas, even for Chicago. Students have had to bust out their warmest winter clothing to combat the sub-zero temperatures. Extremely cold winters can be even more challenging for out of state students from...

Chicago runners undeterred by record lows

Chicago runners undeterred by record lows

Jonathan Ballew, Assistant News Editor

January 8, 2018


Filed under Metro, News

With record low temperatures sweeping the nation, Chicagoans prepare for business as usual. Millions of residents will bundle up with scarves, hats and mittens ready to face the arctic temperatures on their daily commute. Although those from warmer climates may think Chicagoans are crazy for braving th...

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