Chicago’s arts and Puerto Rican communities are coming together at Workshop 4200 in Hermosa to celebrate the “Sowing Seeds, Harvesting Dreams” fundraiser art exhibit. The..
In 2015, 14 East magazine began as a pipe dream in 14 East Jackson Boulevard, the Daley Building and home to DePaul’s journalism program. The..
Austin grocer uses pop-up markets to determine long-term business plan On a sunny October day in Austin’s 29th Ward Veterans Peace Garden, Liz Abunaw stood..
Fawn Pochel is the education coordinator at the American Indian Center — a cultural and community resource for nearly 65,000 American Indians in Chicagoland’s six-county region...
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Building renovations and conversions are integral in the maintenance of Chicago’s ever-changing urban landscape. It’s the classic progression — synagogues become apartments, music venues become..
The Latin American and Latino Studies Department at DePaul University held an official welcome for the 2019-2020 Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Chair, Erika..
In honor of National Student Transfer Week, DePaul University’s transfer and adult admissions staff planned a variety of events during October 21-25 for current transfer..