The outspoken conservative comes to DePaul and talks about Illinois’ new civil union law … that might sound like the start to a bad joke, but that’s really what happened Wednesday.
A group of 60 DePaul students partnered with two organizations in an effort to lobby the Illinois House of Representatives to pass Illinois’ version of the DREAM Act.
A group of about 65 students, faculty members and graduate students gathered outside DePaul’s Student Center Thursday afternoon to protest what they think is a glaring denial of tenure to minority and female candidates.
The controversial brand will continue to be sold, the university said, despite more students voting to dump it than to keep it in a referendum.
“It’s about raising awareness of nuclear weapons and pointing out that it’s an issue that affects all of us, one that’s important now,” said Nicki Reinhardt, the primary planner for the DePaul event.
Does the brand of hummus served on campus fund illicit Israeli activities, or are people overreacting?
DePaul Students gathered Wednesday night to perform in UNICEF-DePaul’s third annual Coffeehouse Event. The performances were centered around the idea of elements of social justice. Eighteen students performed in the event whose main goal is to increase awareness and inform the audience to the different causes that inspired the pieces, said Jenna Vagt, the fundraising…
Living in a dormitory is supposed to be part of the college experience, right? Not if you go to DePaul, and especially not after freshman year.
Hand-cut fries, all-beef dogs and sirloin steak sandwiches for low prices? Sign these DePaul students up.
“The library has movies, they have CDs, they have books, so why not video games?” asked game professor Jose Zagal.