• Rachel Marciano
    February 09, 2017

    With less than two weeks until the fourth annual Blue Demon Week, it’s just about time to break out the blue swag. From Feb. 19 – 26, students, faculty, staff and alumni will come together for a week full of festivities that celebrate what it means to be a Blue Demon.

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  • Euan Hague
    February 09, 2017

    This edited collection of 11 chapters provides an analyses of Chicago in the past 25-30 years. The contributors examine topics such as housing and urban development, racial segregation, environmental changes, changing policing strategies and other topics.

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  • University Library
    February 08, 2017

    As part of the President’s Series on Race and Free Speech, the University Libraries will welcome American Library Associations’s James LaRue on Feb. 22 for a conversation about censorship and free speech. RSVPs are required.

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  • Rachel Laden
    February 07, 2017

    Sponsored by The Department of Catholic Studies, the Well-Read Mom movement will make its way to DePaul on Saturday, Feb. 11. All are welcome to attend a series of sessions with Well-Read Mom to gain knowledge of women in literature.

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  • Kristin Claes Mathews
    February 02, 2017

    Draw a map of Chicago, overlay data about nearly any health problem, and a stark pattern emerges. Poor health outcomes disproportionately affect the most segregated and underserved areas of the city, mostly on the south and west sides. Scholars from the Center for Community Health Equity are examining the root causes of health inequities-differences that are avoidable, unnecessary and unjust.

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  • Rachel Marciano
    February 02, 2017

    If you've stopped in the Richardson Library lately, you may have noticed a 5-foot-tall origami sculpture sitting near the entranceway. Made completely out of about 35,000 business cards - no glue, tape or fasteners - DePaul’s Mathematics Club completed the Menger Sponge-inspired structure in December 2016 after eight months of hard work.

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