Academia goes through periods of transition, but rarely are they fast and absolute. As the U.S. adjusted rapidly to uncertainty in mid-March, DePaul students and..
Northwestern’s Asian American Studies Hunger Strike, 25 Years Later
How student activism and appetite slowly built an ethnic studies program Students at Northwestern were hungry. They put nothing in their bodies except V8 juice..
DePaul University claims that 90 percent of its students live off-campus or are commuters. As an urban dual-location campus with a large population, DePaul only..
How the 2010s Technology Shaped our Teenage Years
In the beginning of 2010, I was about to turn 12. I resisted the ubiquity of Aeropostale, Abercrombie & Fitch, American Eagle and Ugg boots...
Local Theater Memberships Beyond MoviePass
A year and a half ago, MoviePass riled up the movie business by allowing users to see one movie a day in theaters for just..
In central Grant Park at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and 9th Street, Major General John A. Logan looms over the park from the back..
At first glance, DePaul’s recycling system looks messy. Some recycling containers look like portly mailboxes, others look like R2D2. They are blue, green, gray or..
1994 in Tech: A Rabbit Hole into the World Wide Web
Before Windows 95, Amazon and DVDs, novelty technology reigned supremely on 1994’s surface. Floppy disks, fax machines, dial-up and cassettes kept the mainstream occupied while..
Friends: Are We Still There for Them?
The pioneering twentysomethings hangout sitcom has been hanging out with viewers for twentysomething years now After airing a decade-long run of 236 episodes and spending..
Not Just for Instagram: A Look Into Chicago’s Unique Murals
It’s fall in Chicago and the city is colorful — at least compared to the monochromatic geometric blur of the skyline mere months ago. The..