Vol. 50 No. 16
Victoria Franso and Rachel Marciano
December 01, 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, it's time to look forward to what the new year has in store, including a new series of exhibitions at the DePaul Art Museum. Ranging in subject from heritage to language to Vincentianism, work from across the world will be featured in five exhibits beginning in January.

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Articles

Rachel Marciano
December 01, 2016

If you missed last month's Appreciation Days sale, have no fear. The discounts are back at DePaul's Barnes and Noble bookstores. From Dec. 6 - 12, faculty and staff will receive a 30 percent discount on book, emblematic wear and gift items.

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

#DePaul In The NEWS

November 28, 2016
WBEZ

"You cannot let the past imprison you," says law professor Alberto Coll. As a child, Coll watched as his father was arrested for opposing Cuban leader Fidel Castro. On WBEZ, Coll reflects on life after Castro. "I realized in the '90s that Castro was history. That he was in the past, and he would be passing on."

November 27, 2016
USA Today

When well-known people like Kanye West are hospitalized for exhaustion it may sound vague, but "this is a real disease," psychologist Leonard Jason tells USA Today. Characteristics of exhaustion include "cognitive confusion, such as impairment of memory and concentration, feeling sick after exercise, and 'unrefreshing' sleep," says Jason.

November 25, 2016
In Business

Acupuncture and other complementary alternative medicine could ease health care costs, but "more evidence is needed to convince insurers to expand coverage," says health care law expert Katherine Schostok. "There is definitely a push to do more studies to look at these alternative kinds of medicines, but right now it's pretty limited," notes Schostok for In Business.

Events

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Do you wish your students showed more disciplinary mastery in their writing assignments? If so, come to our interactive workshop where we will demonstrate how Generative Knowledge Interviewing (GKI) can be an effective tool to help students more clearly articulate and organize the core concepts and ideas of any discipline. Through story telling and reflection, students will be able to identify their tacit knowledge of their discipline and identify how they can participate in scholarly conversations.