Multimedia

  • In this DePaul Art Minute video, photographer Rob Hornstra and journalist Arnold van Bruggen discuss the compelling images in "The Sochi Project: An Atlas of War and Tourism in the Caucasus," a dramatic exhibition that made its U.S. debut at the DePaul University Art Museum in Chicago.

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  • Cinespace Chicago Film Studios has teamed up with DePaul University's School of Cinema and Interactive Media to create a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students who want to get involved in the film and media industry.

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  • Through DePaul University's Urban Archaeological Field School, students have the opportunity to take their classroom studies into the field, where they conduct archaeological research around Chicago and learn the skills necessary to identify the artifacts they find.

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  • "Charity is the cement which binds communities to God, and persons to one another." Those words of St. Vincent de Paul are at the heart of the hundreds of service projects undertaken each year across Chicago by students, staff and faculty from DePaul University.

     

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  • How many images do you see? The six-story wraparound mural of St. Vincent de Paul on McCabe Hall is actually made up of thousands of tiny faces. Take a two-minute tour with host Jon and Brother Mark Elder, C.M., the artist who painted the mural with some very talented students.

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  • DePaul University students are leading the push to learn more about social ventures, which compete in business while also generating clear and measurable contributions to society. Patrick J.

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  • DePaul University's College of Education honors nine teachers who have significantly influenced DePaul students' lives at its inaugural Celebrating Teachers award program June 6, 2013.

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  • DePaul University Associate Professor Laura Kina discusses how art featured in the "War Baby/Love Child" exhibit helps to tell the story of mixed race Asian Americans and the complexities of their mixed-heritage identities, in the third installment of the DePaul Art Minute, which provides a forum

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