The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

The Student Newspaper of DePaul University

The DePaulia

Lincoln Park community members watch as Vice President for Facility Operations, Rich Wiltse, left, architect, Joseph Antunovich, middle, Athletics Director DeWayne Peevy , far right, and Associate Vice President of Community and Government Relations, Peter Coffey demo their new athletics facility on Monday, April 29, 2024.

Proposed basketball practice facility raises questions of student displacement

Ryan Hinske, Sports Editor May 5, 2024

DePaul hosted a community meeting Monday, April 29, at Cortelyou Commons to update residents and students on the modifications to the proposed basketball practice facility. In his opening statement,...

Lincoln Station Bar & Grill features pool tables, darts, craft beer, cocktails and a full menu. The bar is also the Chicago home of the Buffalo Bills and Sabres.

Lincoln Park restaurants surviving pandemic, inflation and other challenges

Ari Vargas, Contributing Writer October 15, 2023

In January 2020, Mario Ponce opened his third restaurant, Takito Street, but within two months the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of Covid-19. Besides challenges attracting customers,...

Students laugh while gathered on the Lincoln Park quad on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2023, in Chicago. Various other groups were playing field games like Spike Ball or studying.

Quad Essentials: What every student needs to hang out on the quad

Sarah Hendry, Contributing Writer September 17, 2023

As the weather cools and summer ends, DePaul students descend on the Lincoln Park Campus Quad to soak up the sun. Offering a starter pack on Quad essentials, this is everything students need to know before...

A mockup of the proposed basketball practice facility to be housed on the Lincoln Park Campus, projected to begin construction in summer 2025 and be completed by fall 2026. Provided by DePaul University.

DePaul unveils $60 million basketball practice complex plan through philanthropic campaign

Jake Cox and Lilly Keller August 31, 2023

President Robert Manuel announced this year's academic convocation plans for the construction of a new basketball practice complex in Lincoln Park.  The $60 million project was announced in coordination...

Chicago 43rd Ward Alderman Michele Smith speaks during a City Council meeting, Wednesday, June 22, 2016, in Chicago.

Michele Smith, Ald. of Lincoln Park Ward, resigns

Patrick Sloan-Turner, Online Managing Editor July 22, 2022

Michele Smith, Alderman of Ward 43, announced Thursday that she will resign from office next month. The abrupt announcement comes after more than a decade of Smith’s service as a member of Chicago...

Restaurants along 2000 N Halsted in Chicagos Lincoln Park neighborhood.

Lincoln Park restaurants, retail suffer in the Covid economy

The Lincoln Park neighborhood’s atmosphere was empty after March 2020 when DePaul emptied its campus and sent students home to limit the spread of Covid-19. As students went away, local restaurants suffered.  “When...

A home in Lincoln Park, taken in the early evening.

Seeing Chicago in a new light

Madeline Brown May 30, 2020

Recently, one thing has been made very clear to me: I really have been taking the little things in life for granted.  This realization struck me on a walk through Lincoln Park with a friend. It was...

Under Lightfoots discretion, there has been a higher presence of CPD in CTA stations.

No silver bullet for explaining rise in Lincoln Park crime

Bianca Cseke, Online Managing Editor March 8, 2020

On a chilly February night, Lincoln Park residents and area police huddle near the entrance of the North & Clybourn Red Line stop. Some have their dogs with them, some brought their children and some...

This Friday, Jan. 10, 2020 photo provided by Chicago Animal Care and Control in Chicago shows an injured coyote after it was successfuly located and safely darted with a tranquilizer. A Chicago animal control official says DNA tests to determine if the coyote captured on the citys North Side is the animal that attacked a 6-year-old boy will take weeks to complete. Jenny Schlueter of the Chicago Animal Care and Control says the coyote that was captured Thursday night will be held at an animal rehabilitation center until the tests are completed.

DNA tests confirm coyote captured in Chicago attacked boy in Lincoln Park

Associated Press January 20, 2020

Animal control officials in Chicago said Sunday that DNA tests confirm a coyote recently captured in the city is the same animal that attacked a 6-year-old boy in Lincoln Park. An evaluation determined...

Freshman Amber Gray paid for a larger room but was assigned a single suite instead. This, and multiple other cases, made students question the Housing Department.

DePaul’s student housing policies frustrate some new freshmen

Alayne Trinko, Focus Editor September 23, 2019

Freshmen roommates Sierra Reiynolds and Maureen Andersen said they have had a great experience working with the Department of Housing, but that hasn’t been the same for all students living on campus. “I...

Authorities arrest person of interest in stabbing of recent DePaul graduate

Authorities arrest person of interest in stabbing of recent DePaul graduate

Bianca Cseke, Online Managing Editor August 8, 2019

A man who may be connected to the stabbing of a recent DePaul graduate near the Lincoln Park campus last month was arrested in Texas, Chicago police said. Adam Bramwell, 32, who was wanted on two outstanding...

DePaul community on heightened alert after recent crimes in Lincoln Park

DePaul community ‘on heightened alert’ after recent crimes in Lincoln Park

Bianca Cseke, Online Managing Editor August 2, 2019

The July 18 attack on a recent DePaul graduate near the Lincoln Park campus has shaken some members of the university community. A 22-year-old woman, who the university confirmed graduated in June with...

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