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May 18, 2015
Bus travel will reach 25-year high over Memorial Day holiday
CHICAGO — Instead of getting behind the wheel or boarding an airplane for the Memorial Day holiday, more than 1.7 million passengers will travel... More>
May 13, 2015
Lighting design students illuminate architecture of Lincoln Park church
CHICAGO — When the sun goes down, Chicago’s beautiful architecture doesn’t disappear into the dark. Instead, lighting designers use technology and... More>
May 13, 2015
Cook County House Price Index highlights persistent divide between neighborhoods
CHICAGO — As house prices rebound in all communities across Cook County, the divide between areas that are thriving and those that are struggling... More>
May 12, 2015
Latina from Chicago’s South Side blazes trail to business law
It’s rarely good to scream on an airplane. Amanda Moncada was on a flight when she opened an email that made her feel like she could jump out of the... More>
May 12, 2015
DePaul University College of Law to graduate 280 students May 17
CHICAGO — DePaul University College of Law will hold its commencement May 17 at the Rosemont Theatre where some 280 students will receive their Juris... More>
May 6, 2015
DePaul University Library joins federal program that provides access to government information
CHICAGO — The U.S. Government Publishing Office announced the designation of DePaul University Library as a digital-only member of its Federal... More>
May 4, 2015
Sonja Thomsen’s ‘Glowing Wavelengths In Between’ opens at DePaul Art Museum May 14
CHICAGO — Describe a rainbow without using the word “rainbow.” It is harder than it sounds. Artist Sonja Thomsen asked viewers this question when... More>
May 1, 2015
Ancient language expert to analyze text of cuneiform tablets at DePaul University
CHICAGO — Dusty, pocket-sized, 4,000-year old clay cuneiform tablets, which traveled from ancient Iraq to the United States, have found a home at... More>