Faculty, staff, students and departments from across the university authored approximately 25 percent of the stories we published in Newsline so far, and even more came from story suggestions you submitted. We are delivering Newsline to you one day early this week to let you know how grateful we are for all of your contributions.
"We really had our share of D-Day. We had the job of taking the first casualties from the landing craft back to different hospitals..." Written by a DePaul student in England, this letter is one of dozens published between January 1944 and August 1945 in a special university publication that provided a voice for its veterans.
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