Two homes, 8,000 miles apart, and how one remembers the memories dear to each home.
DePaul’s international students pursue higher education from all over the world, in spite of the pandemic.
“This is the first time we’ve collaborated with other Asian organizations, actually, so it feels kind of empowering to finally be able to do this..
For many, choosing where to go for college is a huge step — requiring back-and-forth decision-making, scanning through multi-layered brochures and even withstanding the bleak..
“We must remember that our people and stories are not just moments that should be glorified resilience, but that those conditions placed upon them are..
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen an increase in rhetoric blaming China for the outbreak of the virus and anti-Asian hate crimes. Some members of DePaul’s..