Newsline

Most Popular

DePaul leaders named to mayoral transition teams

April 11, 2019

Read More

Dax program buys house for homeless DePaul students

April 11, 2019

Read More

Commencement speakers for 2019 include brain surgeon, Blackhawks CEO

April 4, 2019

Read More

#DePaulInTheNews

New CBS drama ‘The Red Line’ explores (but doesn’t excuse) a Chicago police shooting

April 24, 2019

Read More

Steve Cochran Full Show 4.24.19: The troubles with bears in Wisconsin

April 24, 2019

Read More

Rising Star Maureen Mizener: "Nervousness is simply energy waiting for somewhere to go; Think of it as potential energy you can use it to further your action"

April 23, 2019

Read More

News Articles

CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

Bala Chaudhary receives NSF CAREER grant to study dispersal of mycorrhizal fungi

April 25, 2019

Assistant professor of environmental science Bala Chaudhary is a recipient of a Faculty Early Career Development grant, the National Science Foundation's most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.​

Read More

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

Meet Kyle Decker: Track athlete and future doctor

April 25, 2019

Throughout their collegiate careers, student athletes are taught to balance academics with athletics in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle and get the most out of their college experience. Kyle Decker, a track athlete majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry, has managed to achieve this balance and be successful in both areas, while also maintaining a healthy social life and paying attention to self-care. ​

Read More

CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

Air Force vet, artist Eric J. Garcia critiques militarization in ‘Bald Eagle’s Toupee’

April 25, 2019

A military veteran's political art is the focus of "Eric J. Garcia: The Bald Eagle's Toupee," a new exhibition from DePaul Art Museum opening this spring. Through a site-specific wall mural, sculpture, video projections, political cartoon drawings and a video game, Garcia examines gun violence, military indoctrination and the experience of a veteran returning home. The exhibition opens April 25 and runs through Aug. 11 on DePaul's Lincoln Park Campus. ​

Read More

CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

Speaking up for staff: A conversation with Staff Council President Erin Berkowitz

April 25, 2019

It's election season for DePaul's Staff Council, which means it's time to decide who will be the voice for staff concerns and ideas in the coming year. Erin Berkowitz, staff council president, spoke with Newsline about why she got involved and how you can make an informed decision as a voter. ​

Read More

CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY

A history of Vincentian Service Day

April 25, 2019

"Go - then" is a philosophy defined by noted Vincentian priest and author, Robert P. Maloney, C.M. Maloney suggests that at the heart of the Vincentian tradition is action. You must first go, step out from apathy or fear and act, and then reflect and learn from the experience. Go serve generously and then learn from others where further action may be needed and effective. Such an approach helps explain how the tradition of Vincentian Service Day came to be. ​This year's event is set for Saturday, May 4, and all members of the university community are welcome to participate.

Read More
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​