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Ridesharing ordinance passes City Council

Companies like Lyft no longer have to worry about the legality of ridesharing in Chicago. Photo courtesy of Lyft.

Danielle Harris

June 2, 2014

"Don’t get in a car with strangers.” While this collective guidance may seem like common sense, ridesharing companies were approved by the City Council on May 28 as being entirely legal in the city of Chicago. Ridesharing companies such as UberX, Sidecar and Lyft offer the same services as traditional...

In good health

DePaul's health sciences program shares labs in McGowan North with other programs. With the growth of the program, the university has talked about the possibility of building new labs. Photo by Nathan Weisman

Rachel Hinton

June 2, 2014

Health Sciences ranked seventh out of 25 by The Best Schools DePaul’s health sciences program was recently ranked seventh out of 25 other schools in the nation by The Best Schools. The program, which is a popular one at DePaul, prepares students for various jobs in the field of healthcare, includin...

Students support Syria

Students participate in a discussion with a Syrain refugee about her experiences fleeing her homeland and organizing protests. Photo by Nathan Weissman.

Nathan Weisman

June 2, 2014

University holds Syrian Awareness week The Syrian civil war has raged for three years killing over 100,000 and displacing over 6 million people from their homes. More than 2 million have fled into neighboring countries as refugees since the start of the conflict.. Last week students at DePaul organize...

Silent protest speaks volumes

DPUnite staged a silent protest along Kenmore Avenue. Photo by Brenden Moore.

Brenden Moore

June 2, 2014

Demonstrators stood outside of the Arts and Letters Halla the Schmitt Academic Center last Tuesday, and the Student Center the following Thursday in silent protest of DePaul’s handling of the sexual assault issue. The roughly 25 students, affiliated with the group DPUnite, held up posters with sexual assault statistics as students walked past in between clas...

DemonTHON: Dancing for bright futures

DemonTHON participants danced for 24 hours in a marathon effort to raise money for Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital. DemonTHON broke its record for the most money raised at the event in its third year. (John Gallagher / The DePaulia)

Mariah Woelfel

May 19, 2014

Angelo Rivera’s mom lived with lung cancer for half of her life before dying at the age of 49. He keeps her in mind each year as he uses DePaul’s DemonTHON as an opportunity to donate what he can’t otherwise donate financially. Read More »...

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