Practices sandwiched in between classes, trucking across the Midwest in a cramped car, a losing streak that’s redeemable by friendship – this might seem like..
Vaccine Phase 1C “Projected” to Include Most, But Not All, University Employees
Two months into distribution, the City of Chicago’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan could expand to include employees in higher education in phase 1c – estimated..
Getting Involved On Campus During COVID-19
Student organizations across DePaul have had to adjust to running their groups completely online throughout Autumn Quarter, making them use technology in new ways. Sarah..
First-Year Students Adjust Plans to Accommodate for Winter Quarter
In an email received by students on October 5, DePaul University announced that the Winter Quarter of the 2020-2021 academic year is scheduled to..
Chicago College Students Fight to Abolish the Police on the Streets and in the Classroom
Editor’s note: Two sources in this story have been given anonymity to protect their safety. Among many things, this has been a summer of protests,..
DePaul Graduates Create Web Series to Inspire Future Professionals
Have you ever wondered what the most successful people in your industry did during their twenties? Now you can — thanks to a new web..
The Show Must Go On: ST*RS Fundraiser Continues Despite COVID-19
In a financial recession, the arts is not the career path many can afford to take. Many artists are scared of the financial hardships that..
The College of Communication Broadcasts Student TEDx-style Talks on a Virtual Stage
The College of Communication created their own TEDx-inspired stage on Facebook Live with “BETTER TOGETHER: Voices of Strength During the Distance.” The virtual event occurred..
Breaking Down Barriers Through Classical Music
Music is often considered to be a pastime or form of entertainment; however, music students are taking initiatives using their music to push for social..
Under Review: How Lisa Calvente’s Termination Exposed a Flawed Tenure Process
Kiah Wilson never felt represented in her education. As a Black woman growing up in Auburn Gresham on Chicago’s South Side, Wilson was reflected in..