• Chae Wohn
    June 08, 2017

    Graciela Covarrubias takes the Vincentian question, “What must be done?” to heart. When this third-year student observed her fellow peers having trouble defining DePaul’s mission, she decided to take action. Read on to learn about the Vincentian workshops Covarrubias leads for student organizations at DePaul. 

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  • Jessica Peterson
    May 11, 2017

    National Institutes of Health grants are notoriously hard to win. In fiscal year 2016, the NIH received more than 54,000 grant applications, and awarded only 19 percent of those. Mayra Guerrero, a second-year community psychology master’s/PhD student at DePaul, is one of the lucky recipients.  

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  • Jessica Peterson
    April 13, 2017

    DePaul junior Betsy Lugo always planned to be center stage. But her experience in community theater and auditioning for commercials opened her eyes to the other side of the house – the behind-the-scenes jobs in theater and television. This quarter, she is working as a development intern for a producer at 20th Century Fox in Los Angeles.

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  • Chae Wohn
    February 09, 2017

    As a Roman Catholic interfaith scholar in the Office of Religious Diversity, Justine Carlson develops programs, meets with students to explore what it means to be a practicing Catholic and shares theological knowledge regarding Catholicism. Read on to learn how she strives to combine her faith with education and service work.

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  • Jessica Peterson
    November 10, 2016

    After 22 years as a combat medic in the National Guard, Jose Torres decided to head to DePaul to continue his education and earn a degree in health education in the College of Science and Health. His military service took him all over the world, from Central America to Iraq, but adjusting to civilian life, and life as a student, was much harder than he anticipated.

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