College of Communication > About > College News > 2018 News Archive > Student Media Groups Move into New Work Spaces
Jacob Sabolo / 10/1/2018 / Twitter / Facebook
The DePaulia's staff members finally have cell phone reception, something they did without in their last work space.
An editorial team at work! The 14 East staff holds a meeting in their new home.
Live on the air! Radio DePaul Sports is now broadcasting live from its new studio.
The DePaulia, 14 East Magazine and Radio DePaul Sports moved into new homes on the Loop Campus this spring. Located on the first and lower-level floors in the DePaul Center, the work spaces are a significant upgrade for the award-winning student media organizations.
“We are excited to announce that thanks to the support of the university and the persuasiveness of our student journalists, we have new, permanent work spaces on the Loop Campus,” says Dean Salma Ghanem. “Our student media win so many awards, and we are beyond thrilled that they now have new homes.”
The DePaulia was previously housed in the basement of University Hall, a residence hall on the Lincoln Park Campus. 14 East Magazine has not had a centralized work space since its launch in 2016. Radio DePaul Sports—DePaul’s only student-run sports station—broadcasts all of DePaul‘s home sporting events in the heart of Chicago.