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The DePaulia

The DePaulia: Pick Up a Print Edition

The DePaulia will continue to produce a print edition for readers while adhering to the university's COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.

Students, staff and faculty who visit DePaul's campuses are welcome to pick up editions, distributed every Monday, at the following locations:

  • Lincoln Park Student Center
  • Loop Campus DePaul Center
  • The Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center
  • John T. Richardson Library
  • Schmitt Academic Center
  • Arts and Letters Hall
  • The Theatre School
  • The Lewis Building/College of Law
  • College of Computing and Digital Media
  • Munroe Hall
  • Belden/Racine Hall
  • Clifton/Fullerton Hall
  • Centennial Hall
  • Sanctuary Hall

The DePaulia is the award-winning newspaper produced by students at DePaul University. The paper publishes every Monday during the school year. The paper's website,, also publishes Mondays and updates regularly to report on breaking news.

Sections in The DePaulia include:

  • News
  • Nation & World
  • Opinions
  • Arts & Life
  • Sports
  • La DePaulia, the paper's new Spanish language section

The DePaulia staff covers news related to the university and the Lincoln Park and South Loop communities, and stories in La DePaulia cover news relevant to the Latinx community. Sports stories cover a range of issues, from the accomplishments of student athletes to basketball ticket sales at the university. Other features can range from where to get the best deals on groceries to fashion advice for college students.

Get Involved with The DePaulia

Any DePaul University student can contribute to The DePaulia as a writer, editor, photographer, multimedia producer or another related skillset.

Many journalism instructors will take good work produced in their class and submit it to The DePaulia editors for consideration. The Writing for The DePaulia (JOUR 390) course, which is open to all students who have taken Introduction to Journalism (JOUR 275), regularly sends stories, photos and videos to the paper.

Marla Krause serves as the faculty advisor for The DePaulia.

Advertise with The DePaulia

Looking to get your message out to a large university community? Advertise with The DePaulia. Contact Robin Boyd at for rates and placement.