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'Black Panther' screening, other events tailored for students this February

Student news
(DePaul University/Jeff Carrion)
February and the winter quarter are already more than halfway over, but there are still plenty of fun events happening on campus. Here are a few things student may not want to miss in the coming weeks:  

Black Panther Film Screening and Pre-Game in Black Cultural Center

Join the Black Cultural Center, Sankofa, Men of Vision and Empowerment, African Student Association, Sisters Together Recognizing Our Never-ending Growth and the Black Student Union for a pre-game and screening of the film Black Panther at Webster Place Theatre, located at 1471 W. Webster Ave.

Note: Students must email Keith Baltimore for a ticket. First come, first served, with only 150 tickets available.

Friday, Feb. 16
Pre-game gathering
3:30-4:45 p.m.
Black Cultural Center, O'Connell room 300
Wear your Black Panther gear or Afrocentric garb

Black Panther Screening
5:30 p.m.
Regal Webster Place, 1471 W. Webster Ave.

Saturday, Feb. 17
Black Panther Screening
7:30 p.m.
Regal Webster Place, 1471 W. Webster Ave.

Saturday, Feb. 24
11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Loop Campus DePaul Center, 11th floor

Students thinking of moving into off-campus housing should attend this opportunity to talk to apartment complex, cable and Internet representatives, and Croak Student Legal Services. Students can also learn about furniture rentals, learn about Chicago neighborhoods and find potential roommates. The fair is sponsored by the Office of Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs.

Latinx Multicultural and Multilingual Conversations for the Soul
Monday, Feb. 26
4:30-6 p.m.
Lincoln Park Campus, O'Connell room 360

Multilingualism and multiculturalism are present in the lives of many Latinos and Latinx families. This activity intends to promote awareness of multilinguistic and cultural diversity among the Latinx community.