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Laugh track: Women in comedy continue to triumph over adversity

Laugh track: Women in comedy continue to triumph over adversity

Marissa de la Cerda, Contributing Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Focus, Showcase

“Crude.” “Attention-seeking.” “Un-lady like.” “Un-feminist.” These are some of the reactions people have to female comedians and their jokes. Most recently, Michelle Wolf faced a lot of these criticisms for her roast at the White House Correspondents Dinner when she joked about the physi...

Demand for female voice-over actors growing

Demand for female voice-over actors growing

Varvara Makarevich, Contributing Writer

April 9, 2018


Filed under News

Even though the glass ceiling has not yet been broken, women are getting there. They won the battle over their right to vote, to obtain high-level positions and to compete with men on the same level. Today, they are actually the ones shaping the market by being the principal consumers. This economic reali...

Women in film production at DePaul doubles

Women in film production at DePaul doubles

Brian Pearlman, Copy Editor

April 2, 2018


Filed under News

In 2017, Film and Television was the most popular major for new DePaul freshmen, and 53 percent of the university’s total enrollment was female. Women accounted for about 28 percent of the College of Computing and Digital Media’s new freshmen and transfers. Chicago has long been a hub for film an...

Women’s work

Women’s work

Kate Graham, Contributing Writer

February 26, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life

Emerging from the January chill in her overalls and pink knit hat, Kristi Durkin rushes to sit down, rummages in her pockets for a scrap piece of paper and a pen, and begins to write a sketch idea on the back of a receipt. It’s an idea for a character based on the guy in her previous film class wh...

Hear our roar: Women have spoken, the world must respond

Hear our roar: Women have spoken, the world must respond

Natalie Taylor

October 16, 2017


Filed under Opinions

“If we lean in too far, we’ll fall over,” said Heidi Stevens, writer of the column “Balancing Act” in the Chicago Tribune. Read More »...

DePaul beat Prairie View A&M 94-62 on field day

Jack Higgins

December 5, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

The No. 16 Blue Demons (6-2) beat the Prairie View A&M (4-5) 64-62 in their annual field trip day game. The team was lifted by the strong play of senior forward Jacqui Grant and junior guard Ashton Millender. DePaul wanted to get an early start against the Panthers and Millender made that hap...

DePaul women trounced 91-46 by Connecticut

Jack Higgins

December 1, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

The Blue Demons (5-1)  were handed their first loss 91-46 in their toughest game of the season so far against number 2 ranked University of Connecticut (6-0). Connecticut got going early in the first first and outpaced DePaul by scoring 14 of their first 19 point of the fast break. This is a cha...

Women remain criminally underrepresented in Hollywood

Women remain criminally underrepresented in Hollywood

Kelsey Lawson

May 19, 2014


Filed under Opinions

Growing up, I was a tomboy. I hung out with my brothers, played contact sports in the street and watched movies about boys that were aimed at boys. The older I got, though, the more I tried to find movies and shows that showed me on screen. I could find my brothers easily in the spunky heroes and crime...

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