DePaul University Newsline > Issue > January 24, 2020
From a campus tour guide to on-air at Radio DePaul, Emily Goldstein, a third-year film and television student with a minor in creative writing, has found many ways to get the most out of her college experience. However, her connection to the university’s Jewish community is what made her feel most at home.
The Vincentian Family celebrates Jan. 25 as the foundation day of the Congregation of the Mission. If you see a Vincentian or member of the Congregation of the Mission, be sure to wish them Happy Foundation Day!
The Office of Human Resources is launching a "DePaul Loves SMART Goals" Challenge. All areas of the university that achieve a 100 percent rate of completion for entering and approving 2019–20 performance period goals into the ePerformance tool by Friday, Feb. 7, will receive a sweet surprise in February from the Office of Human Resources.
Carol Marin, director of DePaul's Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence; and Erin Berkowitz, director of academic advising for the College of Science and Health, and president of Staff Council, will serve keynote speakers for this winter's Lunch with Vincent programs.
"Mille-Feuille," DePaul's French literary magazine, is accepting submissions for its upcoming edition. All faculty, staff and students are welcome to submit poetry, short fiction and essays in French by Saturday, Feb. 1.
What better way to close out Blue Demon Week than by supporting the men's and women's basketball teams while they compete in major games?
On Jan. 21, DePaul faculty, staff, students and alumni celebrated the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during the university's annual prayer breakfast held in his honor.