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May 5, 2023

VOL. 56 NO. 32


Confronting Our History: Community gathers for atonement and action

Kristin Claes Mathews | May 5,2023

​DePaul’s Task Force to Address the Vincentians’ Relationship with Slavery presented a ceremony for the university community on Monday, May 1. The interfaith program acknowledged and apologized for the enslavement of Black people by Vincentians and honored the peoples of the Black Diaspora.

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SGA to host assembly May 4 to discuss campus safety

Student Government Association | May 5, 2023

​DePaul's Student Government Association will host an assembly for students, staff, and faculty on Thursday, May 4, at 6 p.m. in the Lincoln Park Student Center Atrium.
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A Mother’s Day drive to help DePaul's student parents

Patricia Nicandro | May 5, 2023

The Basic Ne​eds Hub, the student organization Mothers of Color Handling Academia and the SGA Student Affairs Committee are teaming up for a diapers, wipes and formula drive next week, ahead of Mother's Day, to gather supplies that student parents need.
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Anti-death penalty activist Sister Helen Prejean visits DePaul

University Communications | May 5, 2023

​Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, an internationally known anti-death penalty activist and author, made her annual visit to DePaul’s campus last week from her home in New Orleans for a series of open public lectures and classroom discussions.
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Louise Week 2023: A time of celebration

Division of Mission and Ministry | May 5, 2023

​In honor of St. Louise de Marillac's Feast Day on May 9, the Division of Mission and Ministry invites the DePaul community to observe Louise Week from May 6 through 12.
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In memoriam: Kathie Fallucca, staff member in Information Services

| May 5, 2023

​We are saddened to learn of the passing of Kathie Fallucca, a longtime staff member who worked most recently at the DePaul Help Desk. Fallucca died March 29. May she rest in peace.
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Scene At DePaul

Celebrating women in business

​During the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business' annual meeting on April 23-25, DePaul's College of Business hosted a group of women leaders in business education for an evening of conversation on leadership. Long time business executive and current Chief Operating Officer of the Chicago Food Depository, Jill Rahman, was the guest of honor. Pictured at the event from left to right are Founder and CEO of Women in BizEd Lisa Leander, Rahman, Dean Sulin Ba and Professor and Associate Dean Jaclyn Jensen. (Photo courtesy of Dean Sulin Ba)

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DePaul In The News

CBS Chicago • Carol Marin, Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence

Acclaimed journalist Judy Woodruff accepts award from DePaul

April 27, 2023

Freakonomics • Patty Gerstenblith

The case of the $4 million gold coffin

May 3, 2023