Four years after the metal recycling facility proposed its new location on the Southeast Side, organizers reflect on the victories, heartache and future of industry..
“I think the more options that an uninsured student can have at their fingertips, the better.” This story was first reported in 14 East’s newsletter,..
Editor’s Note: Two sources in this story have been attributed by their first name only to ensure privacy and safety as they return to campus...
It begins with the sweet smell of kettle corn drifting from Big Lee’s copper vats. My dad buys two bags, one for himself, the rest..
Getting Connected: Chicago’s Digital Equity and Disparities in Remote Education
Every Monday through Friday, North Grand High School teacher Alexis Chapa goes to work remotely from 7:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. and then attends three..
The Heart of the Homeless: Father Guillermo Campuzano Returns to DePaul
The small, grey-colored office may not appear to be much, but to Father Guillermo Campuzano it feels like home. After nearly five years working as..
The Catholic Question: An Exploration of Catholic Identity at DePaul and Beyond
It’s scattered on orientation handouts, posters, DePaul’s mission statement and repeated so often in introductions like these, you likely already have an idea of what’s..