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Feminists speak of shared history of different movements in ‘Lessons in Self-Defense’ event at DePaul

Danielle Harris

October 19, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

In light of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, DePaul hosted “Lessons in Self-Defense: Women’s Prisons, Gendered Violence, and Antiracist Feminisms in the 1970s and ’80s” on Oct. 16. Read More »...

DePaul basketball’s annual Tip-Off Luncheon brings optimism to upcoming season

DePaul basketball’s annual Tip-Off Luncheon brings optimism to upcoming season

Parker Asmann

October 15, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports, Women's Sports

[slideshow_deploy id='4645'] Optimism and positivity filled the air Tuesday afternoon as DePaul basketball’s annual Tip-Off Luncheon took place inside McGrath-Phillips Arena. Men’s basketball head coach Oliver Purnell and women’s head basketball coach Doug Bruno both addressed feelings from...

Turf wars: DePaul students left out of bounds with access to Wish Field

Turf wars: DePaul students left out of bounds with access to Wish Field

Parker Asmann

October 12, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports

Luscious green fields that stretch as far as the eyes can see, where students can laugh and throw a Frisbee or just relax and catch up with friends — everyone has imagined this picturesque image at one time or another. Most college students have even been involved in these activities. Yet DePaul st...

Steven Salaita, U of I professor denied job offer, speaks at DePaul

Steven Salaita, U of I professor denied job offer, speaks at DePaul

Christian Ianniello

October 12, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

[slideshow_deploy id='4555'] Controversial professor Steven Salaita spoke at DePaul last week regarding the issues of academic freedom of speech as well as his views on the conflict between Israel and Palestine, on the final leg of his Chicagoland college speaking tour. Read More »...

CHAARging on: A new women’s health group at DePaul rebrands women’s health and fitness

CHAARging on: A new women’s health group at DePaul rebrands women’s health and fitness

Octavia Johnson

October 12, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports

Society expects women to look and act a certain way. But a group of DePaul women are branching out to change that. Carina Coss, a sophomore, adopted a popular health and fitness club that is catching on across the nation. Read More »...

DePaul senior pioneers after school program Four Star Bikes on West Side

DePaul senior pioneers after school program Four Star Bikes on West Side

Amanda Crane

October 12, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

For teens in neighborhoods that don't offer many options, repairing bicycles is offering much more than just a functioning bike. Four Star Bikes is an after-school program for Chicago’s West Side kids of the Belmont Cragin neighborhood. It’s a workshop-based learning program that teaches ...

Gamers delight: Game development classes at DePaul draw in new students

Gamers delight: Game development classes at DePaul draw in new students

Zhangli Bu

October 12, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

Dreaming about making his own video game since he was 5 years old, Kansas native Evan Holloway knew what he wanted to do for a living. Now as a sophomore in DePaul’s computer game development program, Holloway has found his way into the gaming industry. Read More »...

DePaul’s marketing boosts annual enrollment

Deanna Shilkus

October 12, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

To keep the enrollment up, DePaul’s Enrollment Management and Marketing office has devised a plan it thinks sets them apart from the other city universities.  Read More »...

The Bean vs. Starbucks: DePaul students compare prices at the two competing coffee shops

The Bean vs. Starbucks: DePaul students compare prices at the two competing coffee shops

Sierra Getz

October 12, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

While cramming for a late-night study session or getting up early for that 8  a.m. lecture, many college-age students have felt that incessant need for coffee. DePaul’s own stop for coffee, smoothies, or snacks, The Bean, is quite popular among students on campus. It brings up the question, howev...

Hillary Clinton, Pat Quinn make coffee stop at DePaul

Hillary Clinton, Pat Quinn make coffee stop at DePaul

Courtney Jacquin

October 8, 2014


Filed under Campus News, Election 2014, News

The Barnes & Noble Starbucks in the DePaul Center was busier than usual between classes around 3 p.m. today when Hillary Clinton and Gov. Pat Quinn stopped by for a coffee and briefly spoke to students. As security guards ushered Clinton and Quinn through the crowds, the former secretary of state stopped and ...

Letter to the Editor: What individual citizens can do to combat campus sexual assault

Megan Greeson

October 7, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News, Opinions

Educate yourself about the dynamics of sexual assault Hold you and your peers accountable Know how to respond to a friend Continue working with the university response to these issue Don’t rape people In last week’s DePaulia, students raised issues surrounding how the DePaul community is dea...

Gaza conflict extends Divest debate at DePaul

Gaza conflict extends Divest debate at DePaul

Brenden Moore and Matthew Paras

October 5, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

Whether it’s in meetings of student government or on the sidewalk outside the Arts and Letters Hall, the issue of divestment keeps popping up, despite the fact that the referendum on the issue took place last quarter. The issue reappeared definitively last Tuesday, as pro-divest students demonstra...

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