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DePaul women’s basketball picks up several Big East awards

DePaul women's basketball picks up several Big East awards

Ben Gartland

March 1, 2017

DePaul women's basketball picked up several individual awards on Wednesday morning as the Big East accolades were announced. Senior guard Brooke Schulte was named Big East Player of the Year, after stepping in to become a big part of the offense when Jessica January went down. Schulte was also named...

Yiannopoulos resigns from Breitbart amid controversy

Yiannopoulos resigns from Breitbart amid controversy

Brenden Moore

February 27, 2017

Milo Yiannopoulos, the conservative provocateur whose appearance at DePaul led to upheaval last May, resigned from Breitbart News last week following the release of video in which he appears to condone pedophilia. Read More »...

Campaign spreads awareness, combats stigma on mental illness

Campaign spreads awareness, combats stigma on mental illness

Emily Rutherford

February 27, 2017

A new campaign called We Are DePaul Blue has hit DePaul’s campus, and its message is one that is often not talked about on college campuses - spreading awareness and knowledge around mental health.  Read More »...

Fairy tale course teaches lessons of truth, identity

Fairy tale course teaches lessons of truth, identity

Sam Johnson

February 27, 2017

It was once upon a time that the studying of tales ran deep in the hearts and minds of students at DePaul. “The Psychology of Fairy Tales,” an LAS reading and writing intensive class offered at Lincoln Park, studies fairy tales from a psychoanalytic perspective.  Read More »...

Seton Hall responds to president’s departure

Seton Hall responds to president’s departure

Gary Phillips

February 27, 2017

It was only a few months ago that a DePaul University search committee reached out to Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban. Read More »...

President-elect university’s first lay leader

President-elect university’s first lay leader

Jessica Villagomez

February 20, 2017

For the first time in its history, DePaul University will not be led by a Vincentian priest. Read More »...

DePaul Democrats advocate for universal healthcare

DePaul Democrats advocate for universal healthcare

Brenden Moore

February 20, 2017

Hoping to further drive the grassroots activism that has galvanized progressives in the wake of President Donald Trump’s election, members of the DePaul Democrats are lending their voices to the cause, one phone call at a time. Read More »...

A. Gabriel Esteban named new DePaul president

Rachel Hinton

February 20, 2017

With a new president comes a potentially new identity for DePaul. The nation’s largest Catholic university announced the first lay president in the school’s 119-year history Feb. 16. Read More »...

Fake reports of ICE raids spread fear

Fake reports of ICE raids spread fear

Danielle Harris

February 20, 2017

False reports of immigration raids on Chicago schools and churches and identification checks at the Addison Red Line stop were widely shared on social media Feb. 14, increasing fears among undocumented immigrants. The Chicago Police Department (CPD) confirmed that they did administer “random bag c...

Executives from Lettuce Entertain You, Hyatt Hotels join School of Hospitality networking program

Executives from Lettuce Entertain You, Hyatt Hotels join School of Hospitality networking program

Danielle Church

February 19, 2017

It’s not uncommon for director of the School of Hospitality Leadership Misty Johanson to hear that DePaul is the “Uber” of hospitality higher education. Read More »...

Guest speaker promotes activism through art

Guest speaker promotes activism through art

Sam Johnson

February 19, 2017

The Emergent Speaker series proclaims all cannot be free until those marginalized by society are free. The message carried by this series is not in support of assimilation, but seeks the need for liberation. The Emergent Series works with speakers to carry this message, and it is where Jennicet Guti...

Author discusses water conservation, shortages

Author discusses water conservation, shortages

Tariqah Shakir

February 19, 2017

In partnership with the Center for Jewish Law and Judaic Studies (JLJS), entrepreneur, author and writer Seth Siegel spoke with various professors, directors and students at the College of Law on Feb. 14. Read More »...

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