Autumn in Chicago is arguably the best time to enjoy the city. The ‘L’ tracks aren’t frozen over and the smothering summer humidity has finally..
5 Issues That Matter in Chicago Right Now
Editor’s note: This story is an update of the article “5 Issues That Matter Most to Young Voters” published on February 22, 2019, to reflect..
As the school year kicks back into gear, the students involved in the Student Government Association are excited to get started on their initiatives and..
DePaul students share the do’s — and don’ts — of apartment renting in Chicago For many DePaul students, moving off campus and into an apartment..
Chicago News Sources We Follow and Why You Should Too
Many students at DePaul are transplants to the city — in fact, only about 18 percent of students enrolled in fall 2018 were from the..
DePaul Announces Creation of The Grace School for Applied Diplomacy Funded by a Large Anonymous Gift
DePaul’s newest school of study is marked by its unique approach to diplomacy, ground-up creation and the opportunities provided by its anonymous donors On Tuesday,..
Is the Change of Season Changing Your Mood? You’re Not Alone
As summer shifts into fall and the academic school year begins, the sense of joy and hopefulness that persisted under the sun suddenly surrenders to..
This June, before current Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced he would not be running for reelection and the floodgates opened for a slew of potential mayoral..
Equity, Inclusivity and…Straws? What to Know About Your New SGA President and Vice President
Last April, now-seniors Nahal Hashemian and Emily Hoey had no plans of running for DePaul’s Student Government Association (SGA) president and vice president. That is,..
The Style Corner: Bold Patterns and Statement Jewelry at DePaul’s Involvement Fair
On a dreary September afternoon — the kind that mists the air, frizzes hair and foreshadows fall’s arrival — DePaul students congregated on the Quad..