Since the rise of nuclear energy and the Nuclear Policy Waste Act of 1982, our country has asked itself three questions: how badly have we..
“So how did we get this way, anyway?” Chicana Civil Rights Movement leader Dolores Huerta asked a crowd of around 150 audience members at “An..
More women today are becoming journalists, but men are still dominating bylines, nightly news and radio shows. According to the Women’s Media Center (WMC), only..
The crowd was moving with conviction, so fast that blink and you might miss. It ebbed and flowed, gaining momentum as protesters moved through..
Voters are more excited for the upcoming midterm election than they have been for any midterm in more than two decades. However, some are already..
On the 11th floor of the DePaul Center, between the elevators and the cafeteria, a crowd gathered around a doorway to a small room. At..
14 Speaks is back with two new stories: one from associate editor Christopher Silber and contributor Hector Cervantes on a new lounge for student veterans..
On a sunny autumn Tuesday in the early afternoon, a group of students sat around a table studying in the Latinx Cultural Center. At least..
The Walgreens at the corner of East Armitage Avenue and North Dayton Street in Lincoln Park was not always a Walgreens. A quick glance east..