As warmer weather makes its way to Chicago, Newsline bids the DePaul community farewell for the summer season. Read on to see highlights from two of the university's major spring events - commencement and the annual faculty and staff picnic.
After 64 years at DePaul, the Rev. John T. Richardson, C.M., has decided to relocate to St. Mary's of the Barrens, a Vincentian retirement residence in Perryville, Missouri.
The Special Olympics' 50th anniversary celebration will take place July 17-21 and honors an "Inclusion Revolution." The events will bring together athletes from around the world and feature the Unified Cup soccer tournament, as well as the Global Day of Inclusion festival. DePaul community members also have the opportunity to volunteer during the celebration.
Earlier this month, the School of Cinematic Arts launched expanded shuttle service to Cinespace Chicago Film Studios from the DePaul Loop Campus. The shuttle now makes hourly departures, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., throughout the summer and during the school year.