Author: Mackenzie Murtaugh

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With Cynthia Nixon's gubernatorial campaign and subsequent loss in New York over the course of this year, the most educational and efficient use of my... [Read More]
In this post-#MeToo moment, when a formerly empowering pioneer such as Asia Argento is an alleged abuser as deplorable as Kevin Spacey, the line between... [Read More]
In this post-#MeToo moment, when a formerly empowering pioneer such as Asia Argento is an alleged abuser as deplorable as Kevin Spacey, the line between... [Read More]
The truths of teenagers in suburban towns are often kept secret. In a suburbs — wealthy ones, in particular — there is a certain breed... [Read More]
Early Friday morning, students at Santa Fe High School evacuated the building after the fire alarm was pulled. The moments that followed were filled first... [Read More]
As college students, it might be difficult to imagine high school students unapologetically vaping in classrooms. It's common for us to see it on campus,... [Read More]
In college, making your sexual health a priority is fundamental. Yet many students encounter problems when it comes to keeping up with it; for students... [Read More]
Theories and presumptions regarding the personal data of users being harvested by social media and advertising companies were confirmed this week, as the congressional hearings... [Read More]
"If you stay silent the entire Mass, we'll get ice cream afterwards," Dad said. He was serious, and I knew it. My siblings and I... [Read More]
Stepping into the basement that is your local DIY music space, you can practically visualize who you're going to see. Congregations of straight white males... [Read More]
The adolescent fantasy of a tanned and blonde prince saving a down-on-her-luck maiden from a tall tower has muddled the minds of young girls for... [Read More]
Trying to forget middle school humiliations like the awkward interactions you had with your crush or the hilarity of your gym teacher repeatedly saying "penis"... [Read More]
Internships and jobs as a college student can be exciting experiences that set you up for an ideal job. At DePaul, most students can't even... [Read More]
It sits at my bedside table. The wood-panelling of my walls makes its blue and orange colors dance along with old receipts and gum wrappers... [Read More]
Accepting that you have a problem is the first step to solving said problem. I'll be at a party, having fun and conversing. Then, all... [Read More]
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Disclaimer: all names have been changed to protect the identities of those who have or been ghosted. These are true stories from DePaul students. We've... [Read More]
On Jan. 30, President Trump delivered his first State of the Union address. Trump tackled taxation, unemployment, immigration, foreign policy and other topics in the... [Read More]
The Motion Picture Academy announced the 90th Oscar nominations on Jan. 23 to much anticipated debate. This year's award season is particularly fiery due to... [Read More]
On Jan. 21, about 300,000 people stood in solidarity at the annual Women's March in Chicago, exceeding last year's attendance by about 50,000. What was... [Read More]
The student drag show kicked off on Friday, with dollar bills and cheers filling the Student Center. Presented by Act Out DePaul, an LGBTQ+ activist organization,... [Read More]
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