• Patricia Chavez
    June 15, 2018

    While DePaul alumna Mabel "Dolly" Landry Staton never officially competed for the university, her accomplishments as a record-breaking long jumper and sprinter in the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki, Finland, earned her a place in DePaul's Athletics Hall of Fame in 2011. Read on to learn more about the star athlete who often put her teammates and friendship before her personal success. 

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  • Patricia Chavez
    March 29, 2018

    Did you know one of Chicago's Major League Baseball teams once used DePaul's Athletic Field as its stadium for a season? Many have heard this snippet of information relayed on tours at Wrigley Field, but it was not the Chicago Cubs who played at DePaul. Read on to find out how DePaul is connected to Chicago's various sports teams and stadiums. 

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  • Derek Potts
    February 15, 2018

    The current exhibit in Special Collections and Archives showcases DePaul's commitment to service and the dignity of every person through a display of items related to incarceration in the United States. Installed in January, "INCARCERATION: Art, Activism & Advocacy" highlights collections and materials from both prisoners and advocates on the outside. 

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  • Patricia Chavez
    December 14, 2017

    As DePaul begins a new era in its athletics program with the opening of Wintrust Arena, it is easy to find oneself looking back over the numerous buildings that have served as a home for athletics throughout DePaul's history, such as Alumni Hall. Read on to learn more about why the building still stands out for many alumni.

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  • Patricia Chavez
    November 16, 2017

    The band, Chicago, includes some of the university's most prominent alumni: James Pankow, Walter Parazaider and Lee Loughnane. DePaul has always been proud to welcome them home - most recently at the opening of the Wintrust Arena. Read on to learn more about the rock legends and their time at DePaul.

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  • Patricia Chavez
    October 19, 2017

    Throughout DePaul's long history, there have been many faculty and staff who have lived the teachings of St. Vincent de Paul. Read the first in a series of profiles about Vincentians at DePaul, featuring the Rev. Thomas Munster, C.M., who dedicated decades of service not only to the university, but also to the Lincoln Park community at large. 

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