On March 29, the University of Connecticut's Lewis R. Gordon, a professor of philosophy, will visit DePaul for a lecture titled, "On Neo-Fascism." All DePaul University community members are invited, no RSVP required.
To kick off a series of events examining how people in the community relate to the legal system, on March 24 the Rinn Law Library at DePaul University will host Joyce Hutchens for a discussion about her experience successfully representing herself in court against the Chicago Board of Education.
The DePaul community is invited to take part in the inaugural Take Your Child to Work Day on Thursday, May 4. In addition to being a day full of fun activities, the event intends to promote work-life balance and community development.
This spring, DePaul University will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit by a team representing the Higher Learning Commission. The public is invited to submit comments regarding DePaul in advance of the May 15-16 visit with a team representing the Higher Learning Commission.
Join the university community for a discussion of "Many Voices. One Mission. What Must Be Done?" at DePaul’s fourth annual Diversity Forum on March 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Lincoln Park Student Center.
Congratulations to the Office of Student Involvement in Lincoln Park for earning February's "On Thursdays We Wear Blue!" photo contest prize. Submit your photos to Newsline for a chance to win the March drawing. Bonus points given for photos captured during Blue Demon Week.
This year, Wednesday, March 1, begins the Christian season of Lent. In addition to several Ash Wednesday services hosted on both the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses, Cardinal Cupich will lead a service at 9:30 p.m. in the St. Vincent de Paul Church.
A new HBO "Vice" documentary, "Trans Youth," which follows the story of transgender children, their families and doctors as they ponder the medical transition process before puberty begins, will make its Chicago premiere at DePaul on March 3 as part of the Visiting Artists Series hosted by the School of Cinematic Arts and the Master of Fine Arts in Documentary.
In an effort to help employees recognize and avoid phishing scams, DePaul connected with Wombat Security Technologies services to offer training for faculty and staff that will provide the tools necessary to keep information safe and secure.