Library - Richardson Library Lincoln Park Campus
2350 N Kenmore Ave
The Richardson Library is located on the Lincoln Park Campus and includes several venues for events including:
Colleges Against Cancer 3/28 6pm
Delta Sigma Pi EBoard Meeting 3/28 9pm
Jumpstart Training 3/29 2:30pm
Delta Zeta Study Tables 3/29 6pm
Lambda Theta Phi Chapter Meeting 3/29 7pm
TIAA Counseling Session 3/23/2017
Alpha Sigma Alpha Study Group 3/16/2017
Abie Project 3/16/2017
Lambda Theta Phi Interest Group Meeting 3/16/2017
Scott Kelley left a positive review 2/6/2017
Thanks for a great event.
Ariadna Isabella Perez Tineo left a negative review 2/2/2017
I waited for 30 minutes and no one showed up. So unprofessional!
Yuki Miyamoto posted a photo 4/8/2016
Jaime Ochoa posted a photo 2/8/2016
James Neisen left a positive review 5/28/2015
I thought it was a nice review, and I liked how the presenter answered any specific questions I had, and seemed to genuinely care that his presentation had been useful.
John Milton left a positive review 5/19/2015
This presentation added much to my understanding of the topic. As a physicist with an interest in the science-religion interface, I have thought mostly of this issue in terms of the fall of the Fall connected to an acceptance of evolution as a fact. I have especially found the writings of John Haught, Denis Edwards, Ilia Deleo, Elizabeth Johnson to be helful. And most to the point of Dr. Cavanaugh's presentation I found "Chirtianity in Evolution" by Jack Mahoney to be quite enlightening. But the political history gave me another perspective. Is it possible that Catholic Studies could bring John Haught to campus for a presentation?
Betty Ann McNeil left a positive review 5/18/2015
One of the top DRMA lectures to date.
Edgar Flores left a positive review 1/27/2015
Great informational about M.E.Ch.A De DePaul and what their plans are for this year!
Mary Amico posted a photo 9/18/2014
Linda Graf left a positive review 2/19/2013
A wonderful presentation on the History of the Daughters of Charity in Healthcare! I had no idea what pioneering feminists they were!! I can't wait to share this with faculty, students, and staff.
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