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Selling art on the street

Art peddlers struggle

By Assistant Arts & Culture Editor
May 12, 2014
Samuel Shapiro, a senior art + design major, tinkers with a free condom dispenser he designed in December 2013 as part of an initiative to put the dispensers in Chicago’s public high schools.

Students design condom dispensers for CPS

By Assistant Campus Editor
May 5, 2014
The artists featured in DePaul’s Art Museum exhibit “From Heart to Hand” exhibit are African-American women working in Gee’s Bend, Ala. The quilts, including Mary Maxiton’s “Everybody Quilt” (pictured above) celebrate a historically rich cultural practice.

Stitching together artistic past, present

By Sarah Madera
April 28, 2014
Featured Artist: Dana Digrispino

Featured Artist: Dana Digrispino

By Assistant Campus Editor
April 14, 2014
KCBX Terminals Co. stores stockpiles of petroleum coke on the banks of the Calumet River on the Southeast Side. KCBX must fully enclose its stockpiles within two years under regulation imposed March 13 by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Petcoke stockpiles face stricter rules

By Metro Editor
April 14, 2014
Featured Artist: Josh Salt

Featured Artist: Josh Salt

By Assistant Campus Editor
April 7, 2014
Ihmoud's Moods

March work less

By Media Relations Editor
March 31, 2014
Former collegiate athletes may suffer from health limitations later in life

Aging athletes more prone to injuries

By Casey Walker
March 31, 2014
Youngblood Hawke, an indie band from Los Angeles, will help headline the main stage at Manifest.

Manifest headliners soar to main stage

By Assistant Campus Editors
March 31, 2014
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