DePaul University Newsline > Issue > December 16, 2022

December 16, 2022


VOL. 56 NO. 15


DePaul's year in pictures

University Marketing and Communications | December 16,2022

​​​We began 2022 behind masks, welcomed new friends and said goodbye to others. We lived our mission every day, through spring's blossoms, summer's warmth, fall's colors, and winter's holidays. Take a moment to look back on some of our best moments from 2022.

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Warmest wishes this holiday season

Rob Manuel | December 16, 2022

​​As we get ready to close the university for the holiday break, I would like to reiterate how grateful I am for all you do for our university community. The care you demonstrate for one another coupled with your unwavering dedication to our Vincentian, Catholic mission continues to inspire me.
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Holiday and winter health and safety reminders

DePaul Community Health Team | December 16, 2022

​​With the holidays almost upon us, the DePaul Community Health Team wants to again share information and recommendations for the health and safety of the DePaul community as the Chicago area experiences rising cases of respiratory syncytial virus, influenza and COVID-19.
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Meet Julian Aparicio-Gomez: Disability advocate and friend to all

Grace McKinney | December 16, 2022

​​​Julian Aparicio-Gomez, a senior finance major with associate degrees in graphic design and photography from Kennedy-King College, has been no stranger to adversity throughout his life. Despite the challenges, Aparicio-Gomez continues to work hard for the life he envisions after college and never backs down, all while having a warm smile on his face.
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'Illinois Researchers to Know' features DePaul faculty in ecology, environmental science and cybersecurity

Kristin Claes Mathews | December 16, 2022

​​Three DePaul faculty whose research is driving innovation have been named Researchers to Know by the Illinois Science and Technology Coalition.
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Holiday building closures

Public Safety | December 16, 2022

​​At the end of the fall quarter, Facility Operations and Public Safety advised the campus community on issues that may affect individuals and departments during the period the university is closed from the evening of Dec. 20 until Jan. 2.
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Mission: Hope incarnate: Perhaps just what we need

Mark Laboe | December 16, 2022

​How might the DePaul community be a living sign of hope through our life and work together in the coming year?
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Scene At DePaul

Happy holidays from the Newsline team

​​Today, Dec. 16, is the last edition of Newsline for the year. We will be back on Jan. 2 for the new academic quarter. We wish you a safe and warm holiday break! (DePaul University/Jeff Carrion)

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DePaul In The News

VISIBLE Magazine • Emily Kraus

The language of empathy: Embrace imperfections in intercultural experiences

December 12, 2022

Chicago Tribune • DePaul Art Museum

Best Chicago art exhibitions of 2022: ‘Tea, Torture & Reparations’ at DePaul

December 8, 2022

Parents • Hilary Conklin

Why parents should encourage their teens to play more

December 9, 2022