I remember playing the video game Animal Crossing Wild World in 2007. I was playing on the first generation Nintendo DS I had somehow convinced..
CIFF Review: Clemency
Numb. That is how some of Warden Bernadine Williams’ (Alfre Woodard) subordinates at the prison might describe her as she walks from her office to..
CIFF Review: A Girl Missing Misses the Mark
A Girl Missing, directed by Koji Fukada, shown at the Chicago International Film Festival on October 15, doesn’t live up to the plotline’s potential. Instead..
Climate Strike in Chicago: “It’s Your World That’s Gonna Come Apart, Not Mine.”
Heads began to emerge from the Jackson and Roosevelt “L” stops in clusters, a large percentage of the group made up of students. However, instead..
This piece was originally performed at 14 East’s live storytelling event on the theme of Transitions in May. My mom is from Senegal, a country..
WGN’s Lourdes Duarte Talks Family, Broadcasting and DePaul Journalism
After a long morning of interviews, Lourdes Duarte took to the stage at the award ceremony luncheon and begun telling a story. The story was..
DePaul is Composting? Cleaner Plates Could Make for a Greener Campus
Food waste is more than not finishing everything on your plate. It contributes 4.4 gigatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year, according to the United..
Ending an Era of Menstrual Stigma
Menstruation is often cloaked in stigma, shame and misinformation in both Western and Eastern culture. Period. End of Sentence aims to shed light on some..
Afrofuturism: Sci-Fi and Fantasy Culture for Black Artists
Throughout the winter quarter, DePaul University’s Center for Black Diaspora displayed a film festival series centering around the cultural aesthetic of an often overlooked genre,..
The Hate U Give is a breath of fresh air, as it brings so much more to the table than the Twilight and Divergent series of our time..