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Milo Yiannopoulus, tech editor at Breitbart, was permanently suspended from Twitter Tuesday evening.

Yiannopoulus plans to return to DePaul in September

Rachel Hinton July 6, 2016

Controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulus announced an upcoming circuit of college tours as part of his "Dangerous Faggot Tour." He returns to DePaul's campus Sept. 20. The DePaul College Republicans...

Faculty info sheet addresses ongoing racial tensions

Faculty info sheet addresses ongoing racial tensions

Rachel Hinton June 5, 2016

An info sheet Friday was given to faculty detailing the efforts administrators are taking after the Milo Yiannopoulos’ event last week. The document, obtained by The DePaulia, came hours before a student...

In town hall, Holtschneider faces anger from students, expresses regret

In town hall, Holtschneider faces anger from students, expresses regret

Matthew Paras June 5, 2016

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he walls of Cortelyou Commons are lined with portraits of DePaul’s past presidents. Eleven men have held this position, each a priest responsible for overseeing the university...

Storify: Fr. Holtschneider holds town hall meeting, addresses racial tension on campus

Storify: Fr. Holtschneider holds town hall meeting, addresses racial tension on campus

Mariah Woelfel June 3, 2016

[View the story "Fr. Holtschneider hosts student town hall meeting in light of building racial tension on campus " on Storify]

DePaul President Holtschneider: We can and must do a great deal better within DePaul

DePaul President Holtschneider: ‘We can and must do a great deal better within DePaul’

Ben Gartland June 2, 2016

DePaul President Rev. Dennis Holtschneider, C.M., sent out a university-wide email Thursday afternoon apologizing to those who felt insufficiently supported by administration following last week's Milo...

Letter to the editor: Holtschneider must step down or be fired

Letter to the editor: Holtschneider must step down or be fired

Terry Smith June 2, 2016

Fucking n—!! Africans belong in Africa. Negroes will never assimilate into a civilized society. Argentina exterminated their Negroes for this very reason. Faubus and Wallace were right. Any...

Holtschneider, faculty to hold town hall; students not invited

Holtschneider, faculty to hold town hall; students not invited

Brenden Moore June 2, 2016

The university’s Faculty Council will host Rev. Dennis Holtschneider, C.M. and Provost Marten denBoer for a closed-door town hall meeting next week where underlying issues brought to the surface by conservative...

Students stage sit-in, vent over campus tensions

Students stage sit-in, vent over campus tensions

Brenden Moore and Rachel Hinton June 2, 2016

A small group of students expressed frustration over campus tensions and the university’s corresponding response Wednesday evening by marching around the Lincoln Park campus and staging a sit-in...

Banners decrying hate speech dropped in Arts & Letters Hall

Banners decrying ‘hate speech’ dropped in Arts & Letters Hall

Brenden Moore June 1, 2016

Student activists decried hate speech as they dropped banners, one stating “Hate speech ≠ free speech” and the other asking “What would Vinny do?”,  from the third and fourth floor balconies...

Ongoing campus tension spills over into protests

Ongoing campus tension spills over into protests

Brenden Moore and Matthew Paras May 30, 2016

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]om Ring grew up in Madison, Georgia, a rural town with a population just under 4,000. Ring, a freshman, moved to Chicago in part to get away from the deep south. Throughout his life,...

Why I protest: Ed Ward tells his story

‘Why I protest’: Ed Ward tells his story

Ed Ward May 30, 2016

When I look into the deepest parts of antiquity, I see that protesting is not a new idea and many people protest for various reasons. I protest because I see a pattern of racism, sexism, xenophobia,...

Editorial: Students shouldnt have to fight to have voices heard

Editorial: Students shouldn’t have to fight to have voices heard

Editorial Board May 30, 2016

A week has passed, yet the DePaul community is still reeling in the aftermath of conservative journalist Milo Yiannopoulos’ stop through its Vincentian doors. College Republicans were wrongfully denied...

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