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DePaul to launch chapter of National Association for Black Journalists

Cailey Gleeson, News Editor February 15, 2021

A student chapter of the National Association for Black Journalists (NABJ) is set to launch at DePaul in the spring quarter.  NABJ is a nonprofit organization advocating for Black journalists and media...

Dr. Sydney Dillard, a professor in the College of Communication, is suing DePaul for racial and disability discrimination.

Second professor from DePaul’s College of Communication files racial discrimination lawsuit

Ella Lee, Print Managing Editor January 26, 2021

A new lawsuit claiming racial and disability discrimination has been filed against the university by a professor within the College of Communication, marking the second lawsuit of that nature in the span...

Provost takes medical leave, CMN dean named acting provost

Benjamin Conboy, Editor-In-Chief October 22, 2018

Provost Marten denBoer announced he is taking a medical leave of absence after revealing he has leukemia. The current dean of the College of Communication (CMN), Salma Ghanem, will take on the role of...

As of 2016 the Latino population is at 57.5 million in the United States. By 2050 it is projected to reach 119 million. (Victoria Williamson/The DePaulia)

Growing number of Latinos lead to evolving marketing techniques

Yazmin Dominguez October 16, 2017

For the first time, DePaul’s College of Communication in conjunction with the Office of Global Engagement presented the Latino Media and Communication Series. The inaugural event titled “Engaging the...

Organic, GMO-free fare at DePaul hits the healthy spot

Maria Garcia May 3, 2015

New campus eateries and groceries speak to many Millennials’ preference for organic foods. A long lunch line of hungry customers ended right in front of DePaul’s College of Communication building...

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