On Sept. 19, DePaul kicked off the President's Speaker Series on Race & Free Speech with a discussion on why race matters, led by Georgetown's, Michael Eric Dyson. Nearly 500 members of the university community gathered to hear Dyson speak and engage in a dialogue following the lecture.
During the first week of the new school year, hundreds of freshmen descend upon the city as part of their Discover Chicago classes, which range in topics from architecture to sports, and music to social justice.
Collector Chuck Thurow donated the 114 works by 59 Chicago artists to the DePaul Art Museum's permanent collection, strengthening the museum's hometown focus that positions Chicago as a global city. The works include paintings, photography, sculpture, drawings and other works on paper.
Did you attend the Faculty and Staff Appreciation Celebration on June 16? Or missed it but wish you could have been there? Check out the gallery for a recap (and to see what your colleagues look like dancing).