Events

Thursday, May 17

Israeli Apartheid Week

Join SJP DePaul, and various other groups on campus, for SJP's annual Israeli Apartheid Week from Monday, May 14th, to Thursday, the 17th. Any & all are...

National Securities Job Shadow

National Securities Job Shadow event is a full day of events to educate students on the financial services industry. Hear from several key level executives...

Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat

by Dr. Seuss directed by Jeff Mills Sally and her brother are bored on a rainy day, when the Cat in the Hat appears with tricks and things and games to...

FIJI Islander BBQ

Phi Gamma Delta will be hosting a BBQ in the quad. Food and drink will be provided. There will also be activities including the opportunity to hit a Fiji...

Contemplative Pedagogy in the Classroom: Issues and Methods

Contemplative pedagogy places diverse spiritual traditions within the secular context of academia to support the unfolding of personality. In this session,...

Cafecito con Tepeyac

Hola, Todxs! We hope you can join us on Thursday for amazing conversation and food this quarter. Every week the topic covers a different pillar of...

Writing Effective Reports Workshop

Writing a report often seems to be the most onerous part of the assessment process. In this workshop, we hope to lighten the burden by focusing on the...

“Earth, Paradox, and Immortality in Yoruba Visual Culture": A Lecture by Dr. David Doris

Dr. Doris is the author of the award-winning book, Vigilant Things: On Thieves, Yoruba Anti-Aesthetics, and the Strange Fates of Ordinary Objects in Nigeria...

Christianity and Comic Books

Join us for a wine and cheese reception while Prof. Blair Davis talks about his new book project, Christianity and Comics: From E.C. to Vertigo / Hot Stuff...

Translator & Interpreter Corps Information Session

The Translator & Interpreter Corps (TIC) is hosting its first information session of 2018! This is an networking opportunity for you to learn all about TIC...

Yoga in the Loop

All members of the DePaul community are welcome! Free of charge! Yoga mats are provided! Great way to relax, de-stress, stretch and take care of your health...

Yoga in the Loop

All members of the DePaul community are welcome! Free of charge! Yoga mats are provided! Great way to relax, de-stress, stretch and take care of your health...

Foot Locker Digital Technology Networking Event

Come network with Foot Locker, Inc.'s Digital Technology team at Dave & Buster's. Lace up your favorite kicks and get your head in the game to network with...

Cafe Resistance

Cafe encourages the use of art as a form of resistance against oppression. Everyone is welcome to perform as this will be an open mic event. We have a...

Film Fatales Screening: Jeanne Dielman, 23. Quai du Commerce, 1080 Brussels

Chantal Akerman's 'Jeanne Dielman, 23. Quai du Commerce, 1080 Brussels' (1975) might be the most important piece of feminist cinema ever made. Akerman made...

Graduate Recital: Aaron Burns, jazz trumpet

PROGRAM Roy Hargrove (b. 1969 ) Mental Phrasing Horace Silver (1928-2014) The African Queen Willard Robinson (1894-1968)/Dedette Lee Hill (1900-1950) Old...

Student Recital: Diana Sofia Ortiz Salazar, violin

PROGRAM Claude Debussy (1862-1918); trans. by Leon Roques La plus que Lente (1910) Beilin Han, piano Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943); arr. by...

Graduate Recital: Yuri Ohata, piano

PROGRAM Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750); trans. Ferruccio Busoni Chaconne in D Minor, BWV 1004 (1720) Joseph Haydn ( 1732–1809) Piano Sonata in E Minor,...

Graduate Recital: Michael Tahlier, jazz guitar

PROGRAM To be selected from the following: Bob Balsley Sad Fact (1992) Pat Metheny Question and Answer (1990) Thelonious Monk Round Midnight...

Thursday, May 17

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