#DePaul in the NEWS

July 08, 2014
USA Today

Relaxed rules for powering up cell phones and tablets on airplanes have not persuaded passengers, according to a new study from the Chaddick Institute at DePaul University.

July 03, 2014
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mary Finger has started her new role as president of Seton Hill University, a Catholic institution in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

July 01, 2014
Chicago Reader

Chicago Reader's list of "Best of Chicago 2014" calls the DePaul Art Museum the "perfect venue" for its quilt show "From Heart to Hand" and is also a critic pick for best of arts and culture in the city.

July 01, 2014
Boston Globe

Artifacts that likely were stolen many years before being gifted to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts will be returned to their country of origin, a move DePaul law professor Patty Gerstenblith calls "impressive."

July 01, 2014
Fox News Chicago

Political scientist Scott Hibbard discusses the future of Iraq on Fox News Chicago following Secretary of State John Kerry's meeting with the Kurdish leader overseas.

July 01, 2014
Northern Public Radio

Barrie Jean Borich's interest with maps began at an early age and grew stronger when she traveled from the South Side of Chicago to Minneapolis. It's no surprise that her memoir, "Body Geographic," uses images of maps as well as tattoos to chart her journey. "I was fascinated about how different the two places felt even though they're only 350 miles apart," says Borich, an assistant professor of English at DePaul. Her award-winning memoir is featured in the 2014 Summer Book Series for Northern Public Radio.