DePaul University Newsline > Issue > February 18, 2022
A DePaul crew of students, staff and alumni powered the creation of a new short film about civil rights icon Fannie Lou Hamer. “FANNIE” stars Oscar-nominated actress Aunjanue Ellis and was filmed at DePaul Cinespace Studios over one October weekend in 2021.
On Monday night during the Iowa-Maryland game on ESPN2, the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame announced lifelong Chicagoan and DePaul women's basketball coach Doug Bruno would be honored as part of the Hall of Fame Class of 2022.
Do you love community service? Want to learn about social justice issues? The Division of Mission and Ministry’s Vincentians in Action are offering two different 1-Day service immersion experiences this spring break. The deadline to apply is Feb. 20.
At DePaul's third annual Innovation Day, professors discussed how inspiration and investigation had combined to yield practical results.
Did you know benefits-eligible employees have access to high-quality caregiving services for children and adults? This spring, usual nominal copays will be waived from March 1 – April 30.
Charity, the cement that binds us to one another. Considering that today is Valentine’s Day, how do you define or understand charity?