- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
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Lincoln Park’s Branko’s Restaurant Reopens After Passing Of Family Matriarch: ‘She Made Us Promise’
The Jordanovskis fled Yugoslavia and found home at a Chicago grill across the street from DePaul's campus. After a long pandemic closure, their restaurant, Branko's, has reopened.
Chicago South Asian Film Festival To Feature Dozens Of Works This Weekend
This year’s festival will see the world premieres of 27 films. It runs through Sunday.
How Do We Prevent Violence In Roseland? Kids Off The Block, DePaul Hosting Forum Saturday Talk With Neighbors
The two groups will talk to neighbors about the ideas local youth came up with for preventing gun violence in Roseland.
One Of Chicago’s Most Famous Basketball Courts Is Getting A $500,000 Facelift
Margaret Hie Ding Lin Park, a backdrop for sports commercials starring Michael Jordan and Derrick Rose, is getting a new half court and other upgrades.
DePaul University Welcoming Students Back For Fall Semester, But Only If They’re Vaccinated
This fall will also mark a full year since the university transitioned to online learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.
DePaul Scholarship Program Will Send At Least 2 North Lawndale Students To College For Free
Incoming freshmen from North Lawndale are automatically considered for the scholarship, DePaul administrators said.
DePaul Moving All Classes, Final Exams Online As Coronavirus Surges
The change is expected to only affect some students, as many have already been participating in virtual classes and doing exams online due to the ongoing outbreak.
DePaul Starts Fall Classes With Strict Coronavirus Restrictions: ‘It Feels Like A Ghost Town’
As colleges grapple with how to safely operate during the coronavirus pandemic, DePaul University moved nearly all classes online and limited dorms to students with no other housing options.
DePaul Students Sue For Tuition Refunds, Claiming Online Classes Offer ‘Lesser’ Education
The class action lawsuit, filed by two DePaul students, seeks partial tuition refunds for the hands-on classroom instruction students missed out on because of the coronavirus pandemic.
‘Stranger Things’ Star Joe Keery Joins DePaul’s Online Commencement Ceremony
Keery, a DePaul alumnus, will greet the graduates by video during online commencement ceremonies June 13.
DePaul Students Want Professor To Apologize For ‘Racist, Anti-Palestinian’ Comments — But He Says He Stands By Them
Professor Jason Hill has used words such as "uncivilized" and "barbaric" in tweets to describe Middle Eastern and Muslim people.