Lying underneath three blankets in my dark room and still wearing last night’s pajamas, I scrolled through endless articles and updates of how the world..
Amid Stress Brought on by Global Pandemic, Journalists Keep Reporting
The COVID-19 pandemic has quite literally created a world of uncertainty, and many people are feeling newly intense levels of stress. The constant news updates..
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, state and local bans on large gatherings have forced Chicago’s faith-based communities out of their physical spaces of worship to explore..
This story was originally published on Friday, March 13. It was updated on Friday, March 20. Your questions about how DePaul University is being affected by COVID-19,..
Voting was the exception to calls for social distancing in Chicago on Tuesday, March 17, for the Illinois primary election. Despite the Centers for Disease..
I Celebrated My 20th Birthday Over Zoom
When I woke up on my 19th birthday, the first thing I remember thinking was “I can’t wait to be 20.” Nineteen, to me, just..
Tracking Two Turbulent Weeks of DePaul COVID-19 Announcements
On Tuesday, March 3, at 4:30 p.m., DePaul’s Office of Public Safety sent out an email to the DePaul community advising them to adhere to..
Updates on DePaul’s On-Campus Housing: What Residents Need to Know
Since DePaul announced on Wednesday, March 11, that DePaul’s on-campus residents would have to vacate their residence halls, there has been a rush to relocate..
Lo que debes saber sobre COVID-19
Traducido por Richie Requena La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) declaró al virus COVID 19 una pandemia, el día 11 de marzo. Como respuesta,..
A Q&A-style guide about the coronavirus. On Wednesday, March 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Since then, the president of DePaul..