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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...

DePaul alumni Chicago rocks Wintrust

DePaul alumni Chicago rocks Wintrust

Sabrina Miresse

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

Only a few weeks after Bob Dylan hit the Wintrust Arena stage, the band Chicago gave the crowd a performance including all their best hits. The American rock band performed at the new Wintrust Arena Thursday Nov. 9 as apart of a DePaul University benefit concert. Read More »...

Off to the races: A look at the Chicago Marathon

Off to the races: A look at the Chicago Marathon

Ben Conboy and Richard Bodee

October 9, 2017


Filed under Multimedia, News

The Chicago Marathon saw droves of runners from all over the world flooding in for the chance to be the first to cross the finish line on Sunday, Oct. 8. Read More »...

Coach Bruno shakes up his coaching staff for 2017-18 season

Coach Bruno shakes up his coaching staff for 2017-18 season

Shane Rene

September 18, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

Much like the Dave Leitao and the men’s basketball program, women’s basketball head coach Doug Bruno is shaking up his coaching staff for the 2017-18 season, bringing in youth and shuffling familiar faces into new roles.    Bruno announced Friday, Sept. 15 that Lisa Ryckbosch will spend the season on th...

Portable pockets are popping up all around the city

Portable pockets are popping up all around the city

Rachel Fernandez

September 18, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Food & Drink

Customers rotate in and out of a modern fast-casual restaurant called 5411 Empanadas. Some of the people coming through order with haste and begin to eat their carefully crafted empanadas as they walk out the door while others sit down to enjoy their Latin American-inspired hand-pies. Read More »...

Emanuel: Chicago will protect DREAMers despite DACA termination

Emanuel: Chicago will protect DREAMers despite DACA termination

Zainab Ikram

September 18, 2017


Filed under News

President Donald Trump’s administration has recently announced that they will be rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and is giving Congress six months to replace it. DACA allowed thousands of undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children to stay in ...

Cafes and couches, cozy places to study off campus

Matt Koske

September 11, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Back to School, Food & Drink, Lifestyle

Sometimes, staring at the blank walls of DePaul’s libraries gets exhausting, not to mention the dreadful lighting or the scratched up desks.There are an assortment of off-campus study areas in Lincoln Park and in the Loop that give any library a run for its money. These places offer Wi-Fi, comfier pillo...

North Coast, Chance rock Union Park despite some rain

North Coast, Chance rock Union Park despite some rain

Blake Schlin

September 11, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Music

  Autograf It’s a rarity when college kids and adults gather on a Friday night, unfazed by the work schedules and late night study binges that await them when they leave the Union Park. EDM trio, Autograf, provides those rarities with their music. Hundreds of people gathered to see the Chica...

2,052 miles to San Juan, Chicago’s historical proximity to Puerto Rico requires us to start paying attention

2,052 miles to San Juan, Chicago’s historical proximity to Puerto Rico requires us to start paying attention

Amber Colón

September 11, 2017


Filed under Opinions

When Hurricane Irma blazed through several Caribbean islands before finally hitting Florida this weekend, one of the many impoverished places that it grazed was Puerto Rico. As Chicago has one of the largest Puerto Rican communities in the United States, the long lasting effects of Irma on the Puerto...

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