How a Chicago stylist incorporates thrifted pieces
Vintage curators and pop-up shops around the city have been producing a more ethical way to consume fashion, while providing community and sustainability to Chicago...
A DePaul student keeping her family’s clothes in fashion
The DePaul Urban Gardeners Club (DUG) had spent most of the past school year getting back to business and returning to nature. They have hope..
DePaul students who frequent the Student Center dining hall are keenly aware of the conveyor belt that collects their used dishware and cutlery. But what..
The Fight for Sustainability at DePaul: More than a Decade in the Making
“DePaul really needs to get serious about how we are going to deal with climate change.” In 2009, professor James Montgomery and a coalition of..
Composting in a concrete jungle is not an easy feat. Many might muster up an image of farmland when picturing this sustainable alternative to sending..
It begins with the sweet smell of kettle corn drifting from Big Lee’s copper vats. My dad buys two bags, one for himself, the rest..
Practicing Food Sustainability Without Being Completely Vegan or Vegetarian
I grew up as a Muslim who only ate Zabiha halal meat, which is cut in a way so the animal does not feel pain...
DePaul Students Use Thrifting for Fashion and Environmental Consciousness
If you think you just saw your dad’s old Hawaiian shirt from the ‘80s across campus, you just might be right. Looking around DePaul’s campus,..