Events

Thursday, February 28

Eating Disorders Awareness Week

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is February 25-March 3. Diet culture and weight stigma are dangerous and can increase the risk of body...

Gnome Hunt 2019

DePaul’s second annual Gnome Hunt is here! Scour Lincoln Park and Loop campuses for 150 hidden gnomes. Stay on the look-out for 'Wanted' posters and clues...

FOIA Fellows Public Forum

Public invited to learn more about using the Freedom of Information Act. Join Chris Bury, DePaul's Senior Journalist in Residence, Adam Marshall from the...

How to Get from Here to There: Providing Students with Multiple Access Points to Learning (LPC)

In this workshop, we will give an overview of disabilities among the DePaul student body and their experience based on relevant statistics. We will also...

Loop Group Fitness Class!

Loop Fitness classes are open to current DePaul students, faculty and staff! While you're downtown, take some time during your lunch to move and join us in...

Woodshop Authorization

Woodshop Workshop Part 1 Authorization: Mitre Saw, Band Saw, Scroll Saw, Drill Press Have you ever wanted to get hands on with woodworking tools, but didn't...

Ken Krimstein Comes to Barnes and Noble - DePaul Center!

Join Barnes and Noble at DePaul Center in welcoming cartoonist and DePaul faculty member, Ken Krimstein, for a reading. Krimstein will be in-store, signing...

Sex Workers, Psychics, and Numbers Runners: Black Women in New York City's Underground Economy

Professor LaShawn Harris speaks in her lecture as part of Black History Month on her work Sex Workers, Psychics, and Numbers Runners: Black Women in New York...

Live Chat with a CDM Graduate Admission Officer: Gabby Coombs

Chat online with DePaul CDM Graduate Admissions Officer Gabby Coombs in the comfort of your home. Still have questions about your admission to CDM? Want to...

Overcharged: Why Americans Pay Too Much for Health Care

The DePaul Federalist Society and DePaul Law Review are co-hosting a discussion on the high cost of healthcare and regulatory reform. The presentation will...

Sound and Color: The Afro Presence in Latin America and the Carribbean

Join us in a conversation on the synthesis of culture in the Afro-Latinx and Caribbean diaspora with attention to the vibrant cultures, music, and stories,...

Winter Informational

An event for DePaul female students who are interested in SLG, to learn about the organization and ask questions they may have about how to become a member.

Love Your Body Yoga

Join us to celebrate our bodies, ALL of our bodies, regardless of shape or size, in support of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, February 25 - March 3. This...

Movie Night  Black Panther

Screening of the hit movie "Black Panther" free popcorn and beverages

Movie Night - Black Panther

Screening of the hit movie "Black Panther" free popcorn and beverages

SNL Writing Boot Camp

Each quarter SNL Writing schedules Writing Boot Camps to assist SNL students with their writing projects. These faculty-led sessions are designed for...

Art and Ore: A History of South African Mining in Three Acts

Dr. Shannen Hill, a research associate at the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution will be talking about the history of art in South Africa

Book Presentation: Chicago’s Redevelopment Machine & Blues Clubs  by author David Wilson

In this presentation, David Wilson will discuss how major US cities are experiencing a new redevelopment machine of tyranny and fear, and the powerful race &...

FEST Preview

Join us for the first of many #FEST2019 fringe events as we sip mocktails and listen to live music from fellow DePaul student artists and bands.

Lecture by Shannen Hill

"Art and Ore: A History of South African Mining in Three Acts." A lecture by Shannen Hill, Ph.D. (Research Associate, National Museum of African Art,...

Tom Barbash Reading and Discussion

Tom Barbash's new novel, The Dakota Winters, is a sensitive meditation on fame and identity in New York City in the early 80s as Anton, a 23 year-old...

Bearing Wrongs Patiently ~ Challenges & Hopes for the Catholic Church in Contemporary China

6:30pm Reception 7:00pm Presentation Dr. Mary Mee-Yin Yuen (Holy Spirit Seminary College, Hong Kong) gives this fifth talk in CWCIT's Spiritual Works of...

String Chamber Showcase

DePaul School of Music hosts many concerts throughout the academic year. Program information will be made available closer to the concert date.

DePaul After Dark: Craft Night

Let's get crafty! Come paint and draw with DePaul After Dark!

Thursday, February 28

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