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Beyond Chicago: DePaul students celebrate holiday traditions around the world

Holly Jenvey, Contributing Writer December 25, 2019

As soon as Fall Quarter came to a close, many students left DePaul’s campuses either to kick back and ring in the holidays with family or continued studying over the December Intersession. While many...

Beyond Chicago: DePaul students celebrate holiday traditions from around the world

Holly Jenvey, Contributing Writer December 25, 2019

As soon as Fall Quarter came to a close, many students left DePaul’s campuses either to kick back and ring in the holidays with family or continued studying over the December Intersession. While many...

U.S. President Donald Trump declares formal recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel during a statement on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017 in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House in Washington, D.C. (Olivier Douliery | Abaca Press)

Pro-Israel and pro-Palestine groups on campus don’t see eye-to-eye

Neil Sengupta, Contributing Writer January 29, 2018

In a heated political climate, the conflict between Israel and Palestine is among the more controversial issues in politics today. On the DePaul campus two student groups, Students for Justice in Palestine...

Photo by Muhummad Mallick

Students for Justice in Palestine protest US policies, Israeli detentions

Timothy Duke, Contributing Writer January 22, 2018

Despite frigid, blustery conditions, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) marched and held a rally at DePaul’s Lincoln Park campus on Jan. 18, 2018. Protesters stood in solidarity with prisoners and...

Ahed Tamimi is brought to a courtroom inside the Ofer military prison near Jerusalem, Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. Tamimi, 16, was filmed in December pushing, kicking and slapping Israeli soldiers, who stood by silently.  (Mahmoud Illean | AP)

Statement: Student group refuses to acknowledge Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

Students for Justice in Palestine January 22, 2018

DePaul’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) would like to strongly condemn the recent announcement made by President Trump on Dec. 6, 2017, declaring Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Under the...

Protest over deaths in Gaza held outside Arts and Letters building

Protest over deaths in Gaza held outside Arts and Letters building

Matthew Paras September 30, 2014

   (Amanda Crane/The DePaulia)   A 10-minute protest was held outside the Arts and Letters building Tuesday from multiple student groups, calling for DePaul to divest in multinational...

Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson walks among people protesting the police shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson last month.

World News: Summer 2014 recap

Kevin Gross September 15, 2014

 Palestinian conflict reignites The continuing Israeli-Palestinian conflict went through another spate of violence throughout July and August as members of the Israeli Defense Force and Palestinian...

The Wall Street Stock Exchange, through which many of DePaul's $527 million in investments are traded. Photo courtesy of AP.

Persuing a Vincentian balance sheet

Kevin Gross June 2, 2014

Over the past few weeks our campus has been captivated by the utterly polarizing debate over the Israeli divestment campaign. One of the main complaints regarding the campaign was this question: “Why...

SJP's “mock apartheid wall” in St. Vincent’s Circle just off the Lincoln Park Campus Quad aimed to raise awareness about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict last week. Photo by Amanda Driscoll.

SJP erects ‘mock apartheid wall’

Colleen Connolly May 19, 2014

The Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) group at DePaul put up a “mock apartheid wall” in St. Vincent’s Circle just off the Quad last Monday, May 12 to raise awareness about the Israeli-Palestinian...

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