Vol. 50 No. 18
Rachel Marciano
December 15, 2016

Every year in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, an enormous nativity scene pops up overnight in the DePaul Center on the Loop Campus. Though it may seem Christmas elves are responsible for the display, it really is the work of facility operations manager Sophie Kosmala and her team.

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Articles

Rachel Marciano
December 15, 2016

After nearly three decades of service in the Office of Enrollment Management and Marketing, Brian Spittle, assistant vice president for the Center of Access and Attainment, will retire on Jan. 3.

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Rachel Marciano
December 15, 2016

After 30 years of service to the university, Nan Cibula-Jenkins, head of costume design in The Theatre School, will retire from DePaul on Jan. 1. In addition to her decades of work in the classroom, Cibula-Jenkins also shared her time with the university on many university committees and task forces.

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Multimedia

At DePaul University, the Institute of Global Homelessness has a vision - a world where everyone has a home. This holiday season, as our thoughts turn to home and family, we strive to continue St. Vincent de Paul's mission to serve those in need.
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#DePaul In The NEWS

December 12, 2016
Chicago Tribune

Most bicyclists in Chicago treat stop signs as yield signs, a practice known as the Idaho stop, find researchers at DePaul's Chaddick Institute of Metropolitan Development. Policymakers should take notice and consider a change to traffic laws, transportation expert Joseph Schwieterman tells the Chicago Tribune. "It's tough to step up enforcement without aligning the rules with reality," he says.

December 12, 2016
The Conversation

The historic flight of John Glenn -- first American to orbit Earth -- boosted the dreams of schoolgirls during the space craze of the 1960s. Historian Roshanna Sylvester writes in The Conversation that fan mail to Glenn from those young girls he inspired often followed the refrain of the times: "... even though I am a girl I hope to be just like you."

December 09, 2016
Chicago Inno

Chicago Inno names entrepreneurship scholar and professor Patrick J. Murphy one of its 50 on Fire. The 2016 list honors "the people and organizations, operating at every level and corner of the city's ecosystem, that are heating up the Chicago innovation economy."

Events

Thursday, January 12, 2017

The DePaul Journal for Social Justice and the Justice and Equality Foundation will bring together students and members of the community to engage in the political process by taking advantage of our rights under the First Amendment to assemble peacefully and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.