Tuesday Apr 15
Chicagoans Gather to Talk About Gun Violence
Submitted by Eileen Soderstrom Community members gathered at the Chicago Temple on West Washington Street to hear stories of youth violence compiled in the book "How Long Will I Cry? - Voices of Youth Violence," created and edited by Miles Harvey, a DePaul University professor.
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Sun Apr 13, 2014
How Curbside Carriers Changed America's Mind About Buses
Intercity bus travel is no longer the exclusive domain of the down-and-out. The likes of BoltBus and Megabus have, over the past few years, brought a new level of service to the open roads.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
(Chicago) Mayor's Friend Could Benefit from Hotel Built With Taxpayers' Money
On March 5 the City Council approved Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposal to spend $55 million in property taxes on a new Marriott hotel-part of his ambitious development plan that also features a basketball arena for DePaul University.
Drones: Archaeology's Newest Tool to Combat Looting
The scenes are haunting. A video camera strapped to the nose of a drone aircraft first shows only a spinning, sunlit horizon in the barrens of southern Jordan .
Thu Apr 10, 2014
DePaul professor discusses the cycle of poverty
Patricia Warhane , a DePaul University business professor, expressed her sentiments on poverty and its relationship with globalization and industrialization in a presentation on Tuesday.
Oxford House model can help legal highs addicts, claims US professor Leonard Jason
The best way for people in Kent to get over a legal high addiction is to have them living together in one big house, according to an American professor.
KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
They say opposites attract, but how true is it?
Posted on: 4:15 pm, April 10, 2014, by Bailey Woolum KFOR-TV and CNN Wire , updated on: 04:18pm, April 10, 2014 A professor of psychology at the University of Texas in Arlington told "Upwave" that research shows "similar people are more likely to get together in the first place" and "find satisfaction in their relationship."
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Sister Helen Prejean @ Harold Washington Library
Sister Helen Prejean , author of "Dead Man Walking," will be at the Harold Washington Library to discuss social justice and the death penalty.
City of Chicago
Mayor Emanuel Announces Expanded Citywide Summer of Learning and...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced Chicago's youth will now have access to an additional 10,000 academic and job training opportunities through partnerships across the City as part of 2014's Summer of Learning and Earning, a citywide initiative to keep Chicago youth ages 4 to 24 active and engaged this summer.
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Correlation or causation?
On March 5 the City Council voted 46-3 to approve Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposal to spend $55 million in property taxes on a new Marriott hotel in the South Loop-part of his ambitious development plan that also features a basketball arena for DePaul University.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Spokane teen performs winning composition in Chicago
SPOKANE, Wash. Lewis and Clark High School senior Gabriel Soileau's composition earned him first place in the nation and an invitation to perform in Chicago at the Music Teacher's National Association's national conference.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Theatre School at DePaul University Presents JACKIE & ME, Now thru 5/10
The Theatre School at DePaul University will present Jackie & Me, by Steven Dietz , adapted from the novel by Dan Gutman, and directed by John Jenkins, as the final production of the 2013-2014 Chicago Playworks for Families and Young Audiences season.
Do opposites really attract?
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Can lawmakers police themselves in reforming transit?
It's one thing to welcome transit reforms in the abstract. It's quite another when the people recommending the changes say that you are part of the problem.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Chicago detectives get a lesson from victims' families
Joy McCormack stood before a classroom of detectives. It was a tough crowd. Some doodled on their notebooks.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Moving Picture: A man of history
Jaros attended DePaul University in Chicago, where he received his bachelor's and master's degrees in history, and he attended Eastern Illinois University for graduate work in museum studies.
Quinn pushing funding hike for college grant program
Rae Kirby, a DePaul senior majoring in journalism, told a press conference Thursday that a state grant program has enabled her to attend college and has been a great relief to her mom.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
American Journalism Review
6 Things to Never Say to a Journalism Student
Suddenly, it is totally appropriate for some people to dissuade me from my chosen profession using vague statistics and laughable logic.
Quinn Makes Push For MAP Grants In Statewide Tour
Gov. Pat Quinn is promoting his plan to increase the number of need-based scholarships over the next five years.