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Some DePaul faculty offer increased support for students amid COVID-19 pandemic

The view of the John T. Richardson Library from the quad. (Josh Leff / The DePaulia)

Sonal Soni, Contributing Writer

May 7, 2020

Family matters, financial burdens and other unforeseen circumstances challenge students to complete schoolwork on top of everything else. DePaul professors have different strategies – some offering support and leniency while others continue to enforce strict guidelines.  Some students have experienced Coronavirus-i...

Students pick classes based on ‘Rate My Professor’

Students pick classes based on 'Rate My Professor'

Keira Wingate, Assistant Arts & Life Editor

September 30, 2019

Every term, students are asked to do professor evaluations for every class taken. These evaluations are not made public to DePaul students; they are only shown to the professors themselves and their superiors. With these evaluations kept private from students, “Rate My Professor” lends a helping hand in picking the right...

Hanging in the balance: Law professor fighting termination advances civil rights lawsuit

Hanging in the balance: Law professor fighting termination advances civil rights lawsuit

Benjamin Conboy, Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2018

Three blocks away from DePaul’s College of Law, years of disagreement spilled over into a federal courthouse on Friday. Professor Terry Smith, an African-American labor law and voting rights scholar, is seeking $3 million in damages in a civil rights lawsuit filed against the law dean Jennifer Rosato...

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