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April 8, 2022

VOL. 55 NO. 27


Advertising students' project supports police reform

Mary Hansen and Lynn Safranek | April 8,2022

​​DePaul students created a year-long public awareness campaign for the Chicago Police Department for citizens to access information and learn about their rights when interacting with police.

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DePaul enrolls 100 Ukrainian students in online courses

Kristin Claes Mathews | April 8, 2022

In response to a call for help from Ukrainian Catholic University and other higher education institutions in the region, DePaul has welcomed more than 100 Ukrainian college students into 42 of its online courses this spring quarter.​
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First international initiative to end street homelessness unveils important successes and systemic failures

Russell Dorn | April 8, 2022

​In the first global initiative aimed at ending street homelessness, 13 cities around the world, including Chicago, discovered key ingredients for success along with common systemic barriers.
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Spring quarter on-campus masking update

A. Gabriel Esteban, Salma Ghanem and Sherri Sidler | April 8, 2022

​Mask-wearing will no longer be required in classrooms and labs, starting April 11. However, DePaul will continue to be a mask-friendly campus and wearing a mask will be highly recommended for all indoor spaces.
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Staff member explores student views on privilege, social power and inequality

D. Scott Tharp | April 8, 2022

​"Decoding privilege: White college students' views on social inequality" examines how White students understand the concept of privilege so educators can more effectively teach students about social power and inequality.
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Submissions being accepted for Spirit of DePaul awards

Rachel Wojnicki | April 8, 2022

​​Nominations are now being accepted for the Spirit of DePaul Awards. All faculty, staff and students are welcome to submit nominations by April 22.
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Services set for the Rev. John T. Richardson, C.M., 9th president of DePaul

University Marketing and Communications | April 8, 2022

Funeral serv​​ices have been set to celebrate the life of the Rev. John T. Richardson, C.M.
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Mission: Shifting Our Perception

| April 8, 2022

​​​"Today is a new day and the start of a new work week! This is a new opportunity for me to live my values and to put my sense of purpose into action!" What might it take for you to move into such a mental-emotional space?
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DePaul celebrates National Library Week

April 8, 2022

This week (April 3-9) is National Library Week, and DePaul took the opportunity to highlight the essential role our librarians and staff play in transforming lives and strengthening communities.
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Scene At DePaul

The Art School remembers a beloved colleague

The Art School at DePaul University recently held an exhibition in honor of the late adjunct faculty Mary Jane Duffy, who taught at the school for more than 20 years. The exhibition featured paintings by and in memory of Duffy, including this work, "Distortion 20 (Self-Portrait)," which dates from 2018. (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)​

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