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Lasting impressions: An inked generation

Lasting impressions: An inked generation

Molly O'Mera, Contributing Writer

November 5, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Lifestyle

Millenials are turning more and more to tattoos as a way to build personal and social identity. It’s affecting how our employers see us, how we see each other, and how we view ourselves. Body modification and adornment is a part of the identity-building experience, and today’s youth and counterculture...

Millennials can change the political scene in 2018 midterm elections

Millennials can change the political scene in 2018 midterm elections

Evan Sully, Staff Writer

October 22, 2018


Filed under Nation & World

Millennial voters will have a chance to make their voices heard next month after posting the lowest turnout in nearly four decades during the 2014 midterms. A slate of newer Senate candidates, from Democratic congressman Beto O’Rourke in Texas to Republican candidate John James in Michigan, have...

Millennials more rent burdened than past generations

Millennials more rent burdened than past generations

Evan Sully, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018


Filed under News

Millennials, those between the ages of 22 and 40, are the subject of a great deal of stereotypes: they’re politically active, they’re engaged with technology, and want instant gratification. But those who study housing in the U.S. are drawing increased attention to another thing that makes Millen...

Social media engagement doesn’t translate to polls

Social media engagement doesn’t translate to polls

Brian Pearlman, Copy Editor

April 9, 2018


Filed under News

While platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram allow users to express their political opinions, it doesn’t always lead to political engagement. Sam Ellerbee, a prospective DePaul student and social media user, says that while he often sees his friends post about what they do and don’t like...

Vote for our lives

Vote for our lives

Noah Levitin, Contributing Writer

April 2, 2018


Filed under Opinions

I spent my spring break in Washington D.C. where I had the pleasure of attending the historic March for Our Lives rally as part of an organized interfaith trip put on by the Jewish United Fund and Metro-Chicago Hillel. At 8:30 p.m. on Friday, myself and 100 other college students embarked on a 15-hour ...

Competing for the community: DePaul students partner with Neighborhood Housing Services for national competition

Competing for the community: DePaul students partner with Neighborhood Housing Services for national competition

Megan Deppen

March 1, 2015


Filed under Campus News, Metro, News

Graduating seniors are handed not only a diploma, but also the responsibility of finding employment, paying off student loans and building credit.  Read More »...

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