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Student activists continue to protest DePaul while social distancing

DePaul University Lincoln Park campus.

Sonal Soni, Contributing Writer

April 23, 2020

In an era of social distancing, student activists dissatisfied with DePaul’s response to COVID-19 are using alternative methods to traditional in-person protesting. The COVID-19 pandemic creates setbacks to student activist’s ability to organize, but DePaul student coalitions persist by utilizin...

Some DePaul resident assistants left shaken after being forced to leave housing

Belden Racine Hall.

Patsy Newitt, Assistant News Editor

April 7, 2020

Like every other DePaul student, resident advisors (RAs) received a message on the evening of March 11: Spring quarter classes would be conducted remotely and those living on campus would have to move out amid COVID-19 concerns.  But unlike students solely living on campus, however, this email had diffe...

DePaulia editors discuss Ion Apartments/1237 West investigation

DePaulia editors discuss Ion Apartments/1237 West investigation

Hannah Mitchell and Shane René

March 1, 2020

On this special episode of Page 29, DePaulia editors who worked on the 1237 West investigation talk about their findings, which show that the apartments may not be the utopic experience depicted in ads. https://soundcloud.com/page29/depaulia-editors-discuss-ion-apartments1237-west-investigation

Page 29: Some DePaul freshmen frustrated with overbooked dorms as capacity exceeds 100%

Page 29: Some DePaul freshmen frustrated with overbooked dorms as capacity exceeds 100%

Hannah Mitchell and Shane René

October 15, 2019

In this week's episode of Page 29, we talk with Staff Writer Alayne Trinko about overcrowding in some of DePaul's residence halls because of high demand from one of the largest freshman classes in the university's history. Then, we check in with Sports Editor Lawrence Kreymer about some of the new faces...

DePaul’s student housing policies frustrate some new freshmen

Freshman Amber Gray paid for a larger room but was assigned a single suite instead. This, and multiple other cases, made students question the Housing Department.

Alayne Trinko, Staff Writer

September 23, 2019

Freshmen roommates Sierra Reiynolds and Maureen Andersen said they have had a great experience working with the Department of Housing, but that hasn’t been the same for all students living on campus. “I got all of my top choices,” Reiynolds said. “I got the roommate I wanted. I got the room and hall ...

The trials and tribulations of being a dope-smoking dorm-dweller at DePaul

The trials and tribulations of being a dope-smoking dorm-dweller at DePaul

Shane Rene, Managing Editor

April 15, 2019

Nobody likes to end a holiday in handcuffs. Few things kill the mood like listening to your Miranda rights read aloud.    For those who mark April 20 on their calendars in anticipation of a ceremonial date with Mary Jane, keeping the authorities at an arm's length can be chalked up to a holiday chore. A...

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