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Trump's business failings foretold the shutdown

Trump’s business failings foretold the shutdown

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor January 14, 2019

On Dec. 11, President Donald Trump stated that he “would be proud” to shutdown the government in the name of border security, namely over funding for a border wall. One month later, Trump seems to...

Deana Spoleti speaks as President Donald Trump listens during a speech a visit to Sheffer Corporation, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018, in Blue Ash, Ohio. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

The truth about treason

Explaining Trump's accusations against Democrats
Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor February 19, 2018

A Sheffer Corporation factory in Ohio became the most recent stop for President Donald Trump on Monday, Feb. 5. There, as he fondly discussed his performance during his first State of the Union address,...

Uncertainty looms for DACA students

Jonathan Ballew, Assistant News Editor January 29, 2018

With the March 5th DACA deadline looming, DePaul students and faculty hoping for the best but gearing up for the worst. Most DACA students, often called “Dreamers,” are used to uncertainty.  But...

The Capitol Building in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018.  (Andrew Harnick | AP)

Government shutdown and out

Ross Greer, Contributing Writer January 29, 2018

After a three-day shutdown, the government is back, at least for the time being.  President Trump signed a short-term spending bill to keep the government afloat until Feb. 8 after Democratic leadership...

Jose Luis Magana  | AP

Aftermath of the shutdown

Shutdown leaves uncertainty in government
Carina Smith, Nation & World Editor January 29, 2018

President Donald Trump ended the government shutdown by signing a bill early last week to reinstate funds after a three-day deadlock in the Congress. The bill extends funding for the government until Feb....

Questionable coverage: Police brutality is only part of the problem

Questionable coverage: Police brutality is only part of the problem

Zoe Krey May 31, 2015

Police brutality has become a central piece of media coverage in the U.S. this year, and with the deaths of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Eric Harris and Freddie Gray, it seems that police brutality...

Gerrymandering poses questions for fair elections

Gerrymandering poses questions for fair elections

Kevin Gross October 12, 2014

With the November midterm elections beckoning, concerns are arising as to how the decisions of voters may be challenged via the constantly increasing effects of political gerrymandering. Gerrymandering,...

Pulling out pockets

Pulling out pockets

Kevin Gross September 15, 2014

Rising college costs defy simple solutions, confound governments As another school year dawns and students scramble for another set of school payments, people may wonder: What changes, if any, are being...

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