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‘Organic process’ of impeachment discussed at DePaul event

‘Organic process’ of impeachment discussed at DePaul event

Veronica Schoonover, Contributing Writer

October 3, 2019

Since Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced the official impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, there has been a surge of questions about what may happen next.  To facilitate open conversation on the subject, DePaul’s political science department held a panel discussion event in t...

DePaul students talk pros and cons of DePaul Greek life amidst recruitment

Hannah Mitchell and Rebecca Meluch

September 30, 2019

     As the new school year unfolds, many students look forward to making new friends, participating in service events and joining new organizations–while fraternities and sororities are looking forward to recruiting new brothers and sisters for the same reasons.      DePaul’s first week bac...

Welcome Black DePaul kicks off black student experience

Welcome Black DePaul kicks off black student experience

Ebony Ellis, Contributing Writer

September 24, 2019

If one wanted to have an understanding of unity at DePaul, attending “Welcome Black DePaul” would have provided a glimpse. The event was held Friday, Sept. 20 on the first floor of the Student Center in Lincoln Park and was an opportunity for black students and staff to come together, network and f...

DAB’s Demon Jam draws larger crowd than expected

DAB’s Demon Jam draws larger crowd than expected

Ella Lee, Arts & Life Editor

September 15, 2019

Demon Jam, the DePaul Activity Board (DAB)’s annual Welcome Week concert, saw an increase in attendance of nearly 34 percent at this year’s event. The headliner was singer/songwriter Max Schneider, whose stage name is MAX. The concert, which took place Sept. 11, had 760 attendees, while last year...

DePaul College Republicans and Jewish students come together to discuss Zionism

DePaul College Republicans and Jewish students come together to discuss Zionism

Mackenzie Murtaugh, News Editor

June 3, 2019

The DePaul College Republicans and Jewish students came together Tuesday, May 28 to dive deep into the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian debate and recent occurrences regarding it on campus. The College Republicans were represented by Nick Gricus, the organization’s current president, and John Minster, former...

Reproductive justice rally educates DePaul students

Reproductive justice rally educates DePaul students

Xavier Ortega and Mackenzie Murtaugh, Photo Editor and News Editor

June 3, 2019

DePaul student organizations took to the Schmitt Academic Center (SAC) pit on Wednesday, May 29 to show their support for reproductive rights. The event was in response to the recent and national abortion debate sparked by controversial and restrictive abortion laws in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and...

Students lead the conversation at DePaul Listens

Students lead the conversation at DePaul Listens

Emma Oxnevad, Assistant News Editor

May 28, 2019

DePaul students got a chance to publicly address their concerns with the university at DePaul Speaks on Wednesday. The event was organized by Matthew Girson, a professor of art, media and design. Girson was prompted to organize the event following the scandal surrounding Jason Hill’s article in...

DePaul FEST 2019 Recap

DePaul FEST 2019 Recap

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

May 25, 2019

Last year I dove into the center of FEST to try to convey an authentic experience of what the pit has in store for students. Spoiler: it was exactly as you’d expect. To switch things up this year I adopted the position of a stone-cold sober fly on the wall. Well, more like a person standing next to...

Spring Carnival brightens up DePaul

Spring Carnival brightens up DePaul

Connor McEleney, Contributing Writer

May 20, 2019

Inflatables, games, activities, flowers: DePaul Activities Board’s Spring Carnival on the Quad benefitted from ideal May weather on Wednesday afternoon, May 15, but the event did not pop up out of nowhere. Large outdoor campus events take months of preparation, and Evan Hazlett, DAB’s amusement cha...

Messy Marble Art event provides inexpensive, entertaining crafting fest at DePaul

Messy Marble Art event provides inexpensive, entertaining crafting fest at DePaul

Connor McEleney, Contributing Writer

May 20, 2019

The Ray hosted the Messy Marble Art event Friday in a room next to Brownstones. The two-hour event took place in the afternoon, and students created small marble art collages with shaving cream, paper towels, colored food dye and a popsicle stick. Spray a paper towel sheet with shaving cream, make a square. ...

Students break fast and learn about Ramadan at Interfaith Iftar

Students break fast and learn about Ramadan at Interfaith Iftar

Emma Oxnevad, Assistant News Editor

May 20, 2019

Members of United Muslims Moving Ahead (UMMA) at DePaul participated in an iftar in honor of Ramadan on Tuesday. UMMA is DePaul’s Muslim student association. Throughout May, they will be holding celebratory events in honor of Ramadan. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. The holid...

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