Lincoln Park Events

February 23 - March 24, 2019

Saturday, February 23

A Dybbuk Or Between Two Worlds

adaptation by Tony Kushner translated from Yiddish by Joachim Neugroschel directed by Jeremy Aluma ​​​ When a young Hasid named Chonen uses dark spiritual...

Sunday, February 24

A Dybbuk Or Between Two Worlds

adaptation by Tony Kushner translated from Yiddish by Joachim Neugroschel directed by Jeremy Aluma ​​​ When a young Hasid named Chonen uses dark spiritual...

Monday, February 25

The Living Legacy: Conversations with DePaul Alumni

Join us Monday, February 25th from 6:00 - 7:30 PM for a conversation with our alumni about what a living legacy is all about! This event is co-sponsored...

Akram Khan

7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Screening of the film “The Six Seasons” 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. Akram Khan in Conversation with DHC Director, H. Peter Steeves Akram Khan is...

Tuesday, February 26

Wednesday, February 27

Thursday, February 28

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,...

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...

Friday, March 1

Rock Climbing Clinics

Climb every Friday from 1:30 - 3:30 pm indoors at Lakeview Athletic Club (Belmont and Broadway). After your first climb, you'll have the opportunity to join...

Math Depatment Colloquium

Joel Brewster Lewis (George Washington University) Title: Reflection length in linear and affine groups Abstract: Given a group G with generating set R, a...

Saturday, March 2

Badass Herstory Workshop with Shannon Downey

Chicago-based artist and activist Shannon Downey will lead a stitching workshop for visitors to create 12 x12 fabric squares using embroidery, cross-stitch,...

Sunday, March 3

Monday, March 4

Open Education Week Screening of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship

Open Education Week is March 4-8th Open education encompasses resources, tools and practices that employ a framework of open sharing to improve educational...

Tuesday, March 5

Student Leader Workshop: Student Organization Funding Options

Please join the Office of Student Involvement for an upcoming workshop: Student Organization Funding Options Tuesday, March 5th - 12:00 PM Lincoln Park...

From Dreaming to Running: Putting the Android on Screen

In 1968, Philip K. Dick published Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, his exploration of the thin line between human and machine. In 1982, director Ridley...

Wednesday, March 6

Stonewall Film Series: Chavela

The life of queer, pioneering Latin American singer Chavela Vargas. The film explores her relationship with Frida Kahlo and her friendship with Pedro Almodóvar.

Thursday, March 7

"Wrestling Jerusalem" Screening and Conversation with Film Maker

Come watch "Wrestling Jerusalem", a one-man drama discussing the century-long Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Be a part of the conversation with director,...

Diversified Approaches to "Reflection" - Lincoln Park Campus

Diversified Approaches to "Reflection": Strategies for Integrating Learning Join the Steans Center for the fourth workshop in our 2018-2019 series,...

Steve Kornacki - The Red and The Blue - The 1990's and the birth of Political Tribalism. 

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - Department of Political Science is proud to host MSNBC and NBC National political correspondent Steve Kornacki in...

 Afrofuturism: A Film Screening and Discussion of  Last Angel of History

This film displays, in sci-fi drama/documentary fashion, an Afro-futurism and black unpopular culture. A computer hacker enters a Faustian pact in which he...

Eva Hoffman Lecture

LOCAL AND GLOBAL: THE BOUNDARIES OF ISLAMIC ART IN THE MEDIEVAL MEDITERRANEAN WORLD A lecture by Eva Hoffman , Ph.D. Department of Art & Art History, Tufts...

Friday, March 8

Rock Climbing Clinics

Climb every Friday from 1:30 - 3:30 pm indoors at Lakeview Athletic Club (Belmont and Broadway). After your first climb, you'll have the opportunity to join...

CPR/AED Training

Become certified in American Heart Association Heartsaver Adult/Child/Infant CPR/AED. DePaul students, faculty, and staff ($22.50 registration fee for...

Sunday, March 10

Monday, March 11

Tuesday, March 12

Wednesday, March 13

CLR Film Series: Blackout in Puerto Rico

In this Frontline episode, PBS journalists strive answer the question: Why did it take so long to get effective aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria? ...

Making All Black Lives Matter

A talk with Barbara Ransby, award-winning historian and longtime activist, about her new book: Making All Black Lives Matter: Reimagining Freedom in the...

Thursday, March 14

Lunch with Vincent

A quarterly lunch dialogue program designed to foster reflection and conversation on Vincentian spirituality and its application to our life and work, while...

Populism in Today's Theology & Politics

*Limited seating for lunch presentation RSVP required by March 11 to cwcit@depaul.edu Taking into account historical precedents, Dr. Emilce Cuda of the...

Populism in Today's Theology and Politics

*Limited seating for lunch presentation—RSVP required by March 11 to cwcit@depaul.edu Taking into account historical precedents, CWCIT visiting scholar,...

Relax with Louise de Marillac

Stop by one of the Brain Fuel Week events in the LPC Student Center Atrium for a moment to relax during the stressful finals week. Make your own relaxation...

Wes Moore Keynote Address

Please join us on Thursday, March 14, 2019, as we welcome Wes Moore to campus for the inaugural event of the President’s Lecture Series. Mr. Moore is a...

Friday, March 15

Sunday, March 17

Monday, March 18

Tuesday, March 19

Explore Your Purpose:  Staff Development Workshop

A workshop focused on supporting DePaul staff members in their personal reflection and discernment about their sense of purpose relative to career and life...

Wednesday, March 20

Staff Council's Annual Budget Forum

This year’s annual Budget Forum is open to all staff and will be hosted by Staff Council’s Fiscal Advisory Committee. Executive Vice President Jeff Bethke...

Thursday, March 21

Karolina Gnatowski: Some Kind of Duty Book Release, Reading, and Potluck

Join DPAM for the launch of the exhibition catalog for Karolina Gnatowski: Some Kind of Duty. All are welcome to attend and are encouraged to contribute a...

February 23 - March 24, 2019

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