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DePaulia editors discuss enrollment, diversity, sexual misconduct report

DePaulia editors discuss enrollment, diversity, sexual misconduct report

Hannah Mitchell and Shane René

February 16, 2020

On this week's episode of Page 29, we sit down with DePaulia News Editor Mackenzie Murtaugh to discuss enrollment and faculty diversity within the university. Then we hear from investigative duo Ella Lee and Emma Oxnevad about a DePaul report detailing sexual misconduct. https://soundcloud.com/page29/page-29-depaulia-editors-discuss-enrollment-diversity-sexual-violence-report

DePaul faculty diversity upsets but doesn’t shock

DePaul faculty diversity upsets but doesn’t shock

Lacey Latch, Print Managing Editor

February 16, 2020

A report released by Faculty Council last week pointed to a notable lack of diversity among full-time faculty, a pattern that students have long been aware of. According to the report, full-time faculty is 61 percent white overall. “I’m not surprised at all, but they could definitely do more outrea...

DePaul’s enrollment doesn’t reflect environment

DePaul’s enrollment doesn’t reflect environment

Mackenzie Murtaugh, News Editor

February 16, 2020

Paula Luff, the interim vice president of enrollment management, makes a simple yet telling statement on the first page of 2019’s Enrollment Summary, released last week. “Strong student outcomes were not enough to offset an overall decrease in continuing undergraduates,” she said. In the autu...

Page 29: DePaulia editors share takeaways from covering Iowa caucuses

Page 29: DePaulia editors share takeaways from covering Iowa caucuses

Hannah Mitchell and Shane René

February 10, 2020

On this week's episode of Page 29, DePaulia editors who covered the Iowa caucuses share their main takeaways. Then, we go over Faculty Council's latest report on diversity. https://soundcloud.com/page29/page-29-depaulia-editors-discuss-iowa-caucuses-faculty-council-diversity-report

On a campus that promotes diversity, DePaul’s faculty demographics say different

On a campus that promotes diversity, DePaul’s faculty demographics say different

Lacey Latch, Print Managing Editor

February 9, 2020

A report released Wednesday indicates a staggering lack of diversity among full-time faculty at DePaul, despite the university maintaining that it offers students a campus with diversity at all levels. DePaul uses diversity of students, staff and faculty as a recruiting tool to attract prospective stu...

DePaul Faculty Council discusses diversity, renames art school

DePaul Faculty Council discusses diversity, renames art school

Lacey Latch, Managing Editor

January 20, 2020

DePaul’s Faculty Council spent much of their Jan. 15 meeting addressing concerns regarding diversity and inclusion throughout their ranks. When Valerie Johnson, the chair of the political science department presented her motion to prioritize diversity in the hiring process for Associate Deans, she noted ...

Tenured faculty highlights diversity issues at DePaul

Tenured faculty highlights diversity issues at DePaul

Keira Wingate, Assistant Arts & Life Editor

November 18, 2019

Diversity among professors at DePaul is often criticized as limited. But among tenured professors on campus, the lack of diversity is even more significant.  Of the 528 total tenured professors at DePaul, The DePaulia was able to find 469 through DePaul’s website. The data collected by The DePa...

Diversity ratings show inclusion efforts at DePaul fall short of real progress

Diversity ratings show inclusion efforts at DePaul fall short of real progress

Patsy Newitt, Assistant News Editor

October 14, 2019

At President A. Gabriel Esteban’s State of the University address last Thursday, faculty and staff raised questions about DePaul’s addressing of diversity, specifically with regard to the recently released results of a climate survey that showed declining ratings of diversity by faculty and staff...

OPINION: Despite its eclectic urban campus, DePaul is lacking in meaningful representation

OPINION: Despite its eclectic urban campus, DePaul is lacking in meaningful representation

Nicholas Moreano, Contributing Writer

September 30, 2019

Like many students who go to DePaul University, my commute to class every Monday and Wednesday involves a train ride and roughly, depending on speed, a 25 minute walk. Although I take the same route, on the same day, at the same time, twice a week ­, every commute is different. That is because of t...

DePaul Faculty Council addresses updated diversity report, student resources

DePaul Faculty Council addresses updated diversity report, student resources

Carolyn Bradley, Copy Editor

April 8, 2019

DePaul’s Faculty Council discussed its updated diversity report as well as possible changes to textbooks and tuition at its April 3 meeting. After a request for an updated faculty diversity report, Associate Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs Lawrence Hamer was able to present the report with...

With fresh leadership, SGA sets ambitious goals

With fresh leadership, SGA sets ambitious goals

Evan Sully, Staff Writer

September 24, 2018

Nahal Hashemian, the first Muslim president of DePaul’s Student Government Association (SGA), is seeking to revitalize the organization’s image this school year through connecting with students and promoting diversity on campus. SGA has three main initiatives to achieve over the next school year:...

Student body most racially diverse in DePaul history

Student body most racially diverse in DePaul history

Danielle Harris

October 30, 2016

The face of the United States is changing as the population becomes increasingly racially and ethnically diverse. According to the Pew Research Center, if this trend continues, the “U.S. will not have a single racial or ethnic majority” by the year 2055. Read More »...

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