Hours before ballerinas danced beneath the spotlight at the Auditorium Theater Feb. 26 to give the final performance of the Joffrey Ballet’s “Winter Fire,” Pastor Bill Hybels’ dominated the stage.
In the lobby of the Timeline Theatre Company, there is a dark tunnel. Walk through it once, and you travel … More
Victor Valencia said he was overwhelmed with tears of happiness, anger and sadness when gang member Narcisco Gatica was found guilty on Friday, Sept. 17 for the murder of his brother, DePaul honors student Francisco “Frankie” Valencia.
This article was originally published on The Red Line Project. John Harris was on his way to the airport when … More
Dealing with international law does not always lead to smooth sailing. Cultural barriers can only make things even more sticky. … More
BY ARIANNA HERMOSILLO AND RACHEL METEA, PHOTOS BY GRIZEL PRECIADO The streets of Chicago were bursting at the seams last … More
Chicago Public Schools are taking a major hit in light of recent budget cuts. Schools are now facing the elimination … More
If you were to have attended last Saturday’s march that flooded the streets of Chicago, you would have heard the … More
A photograph of a hairy butt and a decoupaged television set are currently being displayed in the DePaul University Art … More
Over the 2009 summer, seven men were the victims of muggings in the Lakeview and Lincoln Park neighborhoods. Police have … More
Andrew Huff, creator of Gapers Block, a Chicago-based blog, spoke with DePaul University journalism students last Wednesday. Huff is a professional blogger who … More
Christians commemorated “Holy Week” last week just after their return from Spring Break. Although nobody put palm branches down Fullerton … More
Exploring the world of underground hip-hop has recently been given a new angle: one that is 24 stories above the … More