Lincoln Park Events

January 21 - February 19, 2019

Tuesday, January 22

Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast

Please join us on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, as we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. This year, a panel of DePaul faculty and staff...

Italy: Language, Food and Fashion Study Abroad Info Session

Come learn about this short-term study abroad to Italy! Food and fashion in Milan, Bologna, Parma, and Modena epitomize Italian taste and style. These...

Professional Development Showcase

DePaul staff are invited to attend a showcase of the wide variety of professional development opportunities at DePaul.

Wednesday, January 23

The Earth at 1.5°: Unpacking the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Special Report

Join Professors Mark Potosnak (Envrionmental Studies) and Hugh Bartling (Public Policy Studies) for a discussion of the recent Intergovernmental Panel on...

Thursday, January 24

BUILD Diversity Certificate: Religious Diversity in the Workplace**

Join Mission and Ministry’s Tom Judge and Matthew Charnay to explore the rich religious/spiritual diversity present in the workplace. Through lecture and...

Teaching in Chicago: Negotiating Identity in the Classroom and Community - Lincoln Park Campus

Teaching in Chicago: Negotiating Identity in the Classroom and Community. Join the Steans Center for the second workshop in our 2018-2019 series, Teaching...

D.I.Y. Make a Lavender Sachet

DePaul students only We'll supply the sachet bags and lavender, you'll supply the creativity to decorate your bags! Each participant will make two, 2" x 3"...

 Afrofuturism: A Film Screening and Discussion of SUPA MODO

Come join us to watch the story of a young girl whose dream of being a superhero is put at risk by a terminal illness, but her whole village rallies around...

Witchcraft & Demons in a World of Plural Beliefs: Helping the Afflicted—and Accused

6:30pm Reception 7:00pm Presentation Fr. Bernhard Udelhoven, SMA, gives this third talk in CWCIT's Spiritual Works of Mercy Series. He addresses the work of...

The one with Fitness

The active members of SLG will be taking the WERQ class at the Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center and invite those who are interested in SLG to work out...

Friday, January 25

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...

Using blockchain for poverty alleviation and supply chain transparency

Ashish Gadnis is the co-founder of BanQu, the first ever blockchain supply chain and economic identity platform for refugees and people in extreme poverty....

Philosophy Graduate Student Conference

Graduate Student Conference featuring keynote speaker Beatrice Marovich, Hanover College: Death, Decay and Disgust

Career Fair 2019

Open to all students from all majors, the School of Hospitality Leadership is holding its annual career fair hosting 96 companies. Recruiters will be...

Teaching in Chicago: Negotiating Identity in the Classroom and Community - Loop

Teaching in Chicago: Negotiating Identity in the Classroom and Community. Join the Steans Center for the second workshop in our 2018-2019 series, Teaching...

Saturday, January 26

Philosophy Graduate Student Conference

Graduate Student Conference featuring keynote speaker Beatrice Marovich, Hanover College: Death, Decay and Disgust

Sunday, January 27

Tuesday, January 29

City Safe Self Defense

Need to brush up on your safety skills? Enroll in the FREE City Safe Self Defense class. Learn safety skill instruction including awareness, basic verbal...

Wednesday, January 30

Atomic Waste(s)

6:30 - 7:00 p.m. The Atomic Gallery interactive exhibit 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Lectures and Performances An investigation of the ethical, political,...

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Thursday, January 31

Resilience, Empathy, Plasticity: Women in Neuroscience

Resilience, empathy, and plasticity are important parts of the human experience, but how do these traits actually emerge biologically? Renowned scientists,...

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Friday, February 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...

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Saturday, February 2

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Sunday, February 3

DePaul Women's Basketball vs. Marquette

The DePaul Women's Basketball team will host Marquette on Sunday, February 3. This game will also be broadcast on BEDN.

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Monday, February 4

Tuesday, February 5

The Fate of Art in Vienna during the Nazi Era

A talk by Dr. Victoria Reed, the Monica S. Sadler Curator for Provenance at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Many works of art that were in Viennese private...

Wednesday, February 6

History of Art and Architecture Career Night

Dr. Joanna Gardner-Huggett, chair of the Department of History of Art and Architecture, and Margaret McGee-Newton from the Career Center will be answering...

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Thursday, February 7

A Play in the Dirt Workshop with Doran Larson: American Prison Writing Archive

Teaching Prisoners, Teaching Publics, and the Hands-on Work of Transcribing Prison Texts In this workshop, Larson will address the particular challenges and...

Authentic and Productive Community Partnerships - Lincoln Park Campus

Authentic and Productive Community Partnerships: The Benefits and the Challenges Join the Steans Center for the third workshop in our 2018-2019 series,...

Doran Larson: American Prison Writing Archive

Digital Witness in the Era of Mass Incarceration: Prison Testimony and the Ethics of Textual Analysis In his talk, Larson will describe the history of the...

D.I.Y. Make Your Own Potpourri

DePaul Students Only! FREE! Create your own potpourri using dried flowers including rose buds, marigolds, lavender and hibiscus. Essential oils will be...

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...

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Friday, February 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...

DePaul Women's Basketball vs. Villanova

Your DePaul Women's Basketball team will take on the Villanova Wildcats Friday, February 8. If you can't make it to the game, catch the action on BEDN.

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Saturday, February 9

DePaul 2019 Chinese New Year Gala

This is DePaul University’s 11th annual celebration of Chinese lunar new year (the Year of the Pig 猪年). Come out to enjoy authentic lunar new year food and...

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Sunday, February 10

DePaul Women's Basketball vs. Georgetown

Your DePaul Women's Basketball team will play Georgetown on Sunday, February 10. The action will also be broadcast live on BEDN.

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes directed by Melanie Queponds Elliot, an Iraq war veteran, struggles to keep his family afloat. Haikumom, a recovered addict, tries...

Tuesday, February 12

Wednesday, February 13

XXX: Love and Life in a Post-Porn World

On Valentine’s Day Eve, the DHC ushers in a discussion about the end of pornography featuring some of the nation’s preeminent scholars working in the field. ...

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...

Thursday, February 14

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...

Friday, February 15

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...

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...

Saturday, February 16

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 17

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...

Tuesday, February 19

When Refugees Come Home Again

A presentation by Sajith Silva of Catholic Relief Services on the current realities in Sri Lanka since the return of refugees after decades of civil war.

January 21 - February 19, 2019

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