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Scholarship recipient takes study abroad beyond academia

Erna Hrstic in Mostar, Bosnia.

Jenna Ranieri, Contributing Writer

October 21, 2019

When she’s not in class, Erna Hrstic spends her days exploring Sarajevo’s city center and talking with fellow exchange students. It’s not unusual to see Hrstic and her friends sitting in a cafe talking and laughing all night, that’s just what students do in Bosnia and Herzegovina.  Hrstic was one of two freshmen awarded a Boren Aw...

DePaul, Harold Washingon College partner, expand scholarships

DePaul has partnered with Harold Washington College to create a more affordable path for Chicago Public School graduates to attend higher education.

Ben Conboy & Carina Smith, Editor-in-Chief & News Editor

January 14, 2019

Harold Washington College and DePaul University, two colleges separated by only five city blocks — and a $34,000 difference in tuition — have partnered to create an affordable path for high-performing high school students to take classes at DePaul. The partnership, slated to begin next fall, takes...

Innovation Awards pay DePaul student scholarships

Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider (center) poses with (L-R) Adam H. Grossman, David Allen, Sue Nicole Susenburger, Monica Grygorowiz, Jenny Fuerte, Morgan Schulhof, and Elaine Ackerman, the winners at the DePaul Student Innovation Awards. (Photo courtesy of Kathy Hillegonds at the Driehaus College of Business)

Luisa Fuentes

February 17, 2015

Some entrepreneurs face the fear of putting an idea out there, and that is when having a support system that can open possibilities for ideas to turn into realities becomes essential. Read More »...

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