“What I love about podcasting is it’s so accessible, both in terms of the equipment needed and whether it’s an interview or documentary or a
Finding Yourself in The Game: A Look Into Sports and Their Impact
“When I play with my friends, it’s like a brotherhood.”
30 Days: The Voices of Hunger Strikers Fighting Environmental Racism
Activists from the city’s Southeast Side neighborhood East Side participated in a 30 day hunger strike to protest a third permit from the city..
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..
Stand Up Podcasting Brings Comedy to Chicago’s Airwaves
James Webb started providing fledgling Chicago-area standup comedians a showcase eight years ago to try to keep them from fleeing to the coasts for bigger..
14 Speaks: Community and Culture in Hair Braiding
In honor of 14 East’s Transitions Issue, hosts Dylan Van Sickle and Jenni Holtz chat with Multimedia Editor Natalie Wade about her short documentary about..
5 Things We Learned From Our Collaboration with the Radio DePaul Podcast
14 East and the Radio DePaul Podcast followed DePaul freshman David Krupa’s campaign through election fraud, fraught public forums, ongoing legal investigations and a call-for-change..
14 Speaks: Oscar Snubs and Trans Women in Horror
Film is the focus of this episode of 14 Speaks, as we chat with the magazine’s movie fan in residence Cody Corrall about all things..
ReTale – Is the Customer Always Right?
Outside of a greeting and payment, there are few things more integral to retail than the idea that the customer is always right. But are..
14 Speaks: Refugees Forced from Home, Resources for Student Veterans
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..