Vol. 49 No. 13
Elizabeth Clements
January 20, 2016

Break out all things blue, decorate your office and get ready to celebrate DePaul at the third annual Blue Demon Week, Jan. 25-31. This year's festivities also include the debut of a new video series intended to celebrate DePaul as an institution. Read on to view the video and learn more about what this year's Blue Demon Week has in store for you.

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Rachel Marciano
January 20, 2016

Visual Services in the Office of Public Relations and Communications will offer free, walk-in portraits for faculty and staff in February on both the Lincoln Park and Loop Campuses.

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Office for International Students and Scholars
January 11, 2016

The Office for International Students and Scholars is looking for hosts for MEAL with DePaul, a program that provides a chance for the faculty and staff to engage with the global student community in a vital way.

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#DePaul In The NEWS

January 18, 2016

Some of "the most divisive issues of our time" including immigration and affirmative action are coming before the U.S. Supreme Court this term, reports WTTW's "Chicago Tonight." Constitutional law expert David Franklin says the court seems to be taking on fewer cases every year. "But the density level is increasing because there are more hot-button issues in that smaller docket," says Franklin.

January 15, 2016
The DePaulia

DePaul women's basketball coach Doug Bruno earns the label "Mr. 600" after the team's win against Butler on Jan. 15. Bruno became the 19th Division I women's basketball coach to reach 600 collegiate wins in his 30-year career at DePaul, reports the DePaulia. "I haven't won any games.

January 13, 2016
Chicago Tribune

With headlines of crime and police brutality, Chicago is taking the right approach by staying close to home with its marketing efforts this year, focusing on people who are more inclined to visit the city, says public relations and advertising expert Ron Culp. "Chicago has never fallen into the state of disrepair that New York had to dig out from, so I think it's very important to continue pushing the positives," Culp tells the Chicago Tribune.


Sunday, February 7, 2016

This is DePaul University's annual celebration of the Chinese traditional spring festival (Chinese New Year). Enjoy a new year dinner and cultural performances by DePaul students and professional performers. All DePaul students, faculty and staff, as well as friends outside the DePaul community are welcome to attend. Free and open to the public.