RedEye went around DePaul’s campuses and asked 10 DePaul students one question: “How has 9/11 impacted or changed your life?”
It’s not what you think — William Hall, 27, is the founder of non-profit organization CommuniGize that helps inner-city youth.
RedEye walked around DePaul’s Lincoln Park campus and asked students if whether or not they had any concerns about their safety around school.
Let’s check in with the Blue Demons: Where have they traveled? Which transfers have they acquired? What’s their outlook for this season?
There was mud, there was fashion, there were fans, and there were bands (hey, that rhymes!). Lollapalooza was one hell of a weekend, right? Here are some DePaul students’ quick reflections on the weekend music fest in Grant Park.
RedEye checks in with a DePaul student from Paris who shares her life with the university and the public on her DeBlog site.
A little over a month ago, an ezDVD kiosk was installed on the first floor of the Student Center.
DePaul prides itself on being an urban campus, and like most urban areas, it sees its fair share of crime.
Molly Fannin is a mild-mannered office worker by day. At night, she’s Bork Bork Bork, a manic, aggressive roller derby All-Star
If you could tell the world what a bastard your ex has been, would you do it, anonymously?