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July 22, 2022

VOL. 55 NO. 43


The Roku Channel streams 'Inferno,' a dark comedy produced at DePaul

Elly Kafritsas-Wessels | July 22,2022

​​If you are into dark comedies, Wendy Roderweiss has the TV show for you. A faculty member in the School of Cinematic Arts, Roderweiss wrote and produced the pilot for "Inferno" with a crew of DePaul students. Now the episode is available to watch via streaming on The Roku Channel.

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DePaul Art Museum to showcase Latinx, BIPOC surrealist women artists

Kristin Claes Mathews | July 22, 2022

​This fall, DePaul Art Museum will present exhibitions featuring surrealist artists who explore themes of finding freedom in oppressive contexts.
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DePaul Board of Trustees elects new vice chairs

Elizabeth Clements | July 22, 2022

​​DePaul University announces the appointment of two new vice chairs for its Board of Trustees. The board recently elected Sasha Gerritson and Michael Scudder to serve as vice chairs, effective July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2024.
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University announces fall schedules for Blue Demon soccer, volleyball

Rachel Wojnicki | July 22, 2022

​As the DePaul community begins preparation for a new academic year, Athletics has announced the schedules for Blue Demon men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball.
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Allie Quigley makes NBA, WNBA history

Bob Sakamoto | July 22, 2022

The former Blue Demon's recent fourth 3-point crown surpasses Boston Celtic legend Larry Bird.​​
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DePaul research examines barriers in higher education facing leaders of color

Jaclyn Lansbery | July 22, 2022

​​Helen Ezenwa's doctoral dissertation studied the cost of career success for Black, racialized minorities and Indigenous leaders in academia.
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Mission: Committing to a mission beyond ourselves

Mark Laboe | July 22, 2022

​May we always be inspired to carry on DePaul University’s Vincentian legacy and mission through our lives to make a lasting difference in our broader society.
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Prepare your finances for the unexpected with Fidelity

Office of Human Resources | July 22, 2022

​You might be saving for retirement, but are you saving for an unplanned event? This summer, Fidelity’s financial experts will offer several "Managing Unexpected Events and Expenses' workshops where you can learn how to take control of your budget and understand your financial options after an unforeseen event.
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How to make a video of yourself that looks great

July 22, 2022

​​Gearing up for a virtual or hybrid course this fall quarter? Jeff Carrion, assistant director of DePaul's Visual Services, provides tips and tricks on how to create a video of yourself using a smartphone that looks and sounds great.
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Scene At DePaul

Evolution, ecology and biogeography on the Galapagos Islands

​This summer, Professor Windsor Aguirre and Professor Emeritus Stan Cohn took students to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands as part of a short-term study abroad program. "Galapagos: Evolution and Society" is designed to help students understand the nature of evolution and how one of the greatest scientific theories of all time was developed. Through coursework and direct observation, students saw how organisms on the Galapagos Islands have taught generations of scientists about the evolution of life on Earth. (Image courtesy of Windsor Aguirre)

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