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DePaul groups urge students to vote ‘no’ to fee increase

DePaul groups urge students to vote ‘no’ to fee increase

Diamaris Martino

May 7, 2017

Conservative student groups are protesting a proposal that would increase the student activity fee by $2 a quarter. Read More »...

Phishing email scam targets members of DePaul community

Phishing email scam targets members of DePaul community

Danielle Harris

May 7, 2017

According to CNBC, about one million Google Gmail users — 0.1 percent of all Gmail accounts — were affected by a phishing email scam “seeking to gain control of their entire email histories and spread itself to all of their contacts.” Read More »...

Report: Shane Heirman joining DePaul men’s basketball staff

Report: Shane Heirman joining DePaul men's basketball staff

Ben Gartland

May 1, 2017

Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports and Steve Newhouse of WeAreDePaul.com reported on Sunday that Shane Heirman, head coach of prep school La Lumiere, will join the DePaul men's basketball staff as an assistant coach. La Lumiere's Shane Heirman is expected to join Dave Leitao's staff at DePaul as an assistant c...

Holocaust survivors discuss importance of fighting hatred, bigotry

Holocaust survivors discuss importance of fighting hatred, bigotry

Cody Corrall

April 30, 2017

Students and faculty gathered on Holocaust Remembrance Day, April 24, for a screening of “Surviving Skokie” to discuss and remember the lasting impacts of the Holocaust amid a spike in hate crimes targeting the Jewish community occurring across the country. Read More »...

Student group provides safe space for sexual assault survivors

Student group provides safe space for sexual assault survivors

Rachel Hinton

April 30, 2017

The Office of Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW) and University of Counseling Services (UCS) are collaborating to create a new group that aims to provide a space for survivors of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse as they navigate their road to recovery. Read More »...

Referendum proposes fee increase to aid undocumented students

Referendum proposes fee increase to aid undocumented students

Jocelyn Martinez-Rosales

April 30, 2017

Monday mornings at DePaul consist of waiting in a 15-minute line at the Bean all to savor a Caramel Crunch coffee before a 9:40 morning class. But would you be willing to give up your caffeine intake for one Monday, if it meant an undocumented student could attend DePaul on a scholarship? Read More ...

Former President Obama returns to Chicago

Former President Obama returns to Chicago

Rachel Hinton

April 30, 2017

Six days before President Donald Trump would celebrate his 100th day in office, former President Barack Obama returned from a self-imposed exile for a roundtable discussion at the University of Chicago. Passing the political baton to young leaders, Obama urged those in the room — many of them students and young leaders themselves...

denBoer appoints associate provost for research

denBoer appoints associate provost for research

Danielle Harris

April 23, 2017

For nearly two years, Lawrence Hamer has served two roles at DePaul: associate provost for governance and academic integrity and interim associate provost for research. In an April 20 press release, the university announced that, effective immediately, Hamer would begin serving a new role as DePaul...

Women supporting women: New group gives female students space to talk about gender

Women supporting women: New group gives female students space to talk about gender

Rachel Hinton

April 23, 2017

Katelyn Pfaff, a DePaul alumna, was facilitating a roundtable discussion in February on conflict and group work when a young woman from Russia told her that, for her first group project at DePaul, she wasn’t allowed to participate because she is a woman. Read More »...

Journalists Lester Holt, Ben Welsh honored by university

Journalists Lester Holt, Ben Welsh honored by university

Rachel Hinton

April 23, 2017

Thursday was a day of festivities and nostalgia as DePaul’s Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence hosted NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt and data journalist for the Los Angeles Times Ben Welsh April 20 to honor the two former Chicago journalists with the center’s first journalist of...

Annual rally turns attention to international sexual violence

Demonstrators filed into the Student Center holding signs and repeating chants before circling up around the atrium on Thursday.

Amber Colón

April 23, 2017

For the past decade or so, Feminist Front has hosted “Take Back The Night,” a rally aimed at shedding light on sexual assault. This year, students decided to challenge the history of “Take Back The Night,” by expanding it to be inclusive of those who have experienced gendered and racial violence...

Chicago marches for science, climate change

Chicago marches for science, climate change

Cody Corrall

April 23, 2017

Tens of thousands gathered at the March for Science in Washington, D.C. and at satellite rallies in over 600 cities on Saturday for the protection of the environment and to celebrate Earth Day. Read More »...

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