DePaul Playlist: Holiday Edition!

DePaul Playlist is back with a holiday edition! To create this special holiday edition of DePaul Playlist, the School of Music asked alumni to submit their favorite holiday tracks on which they're featured as musicians. The result is a festive mix of jazz bands, brass ensembles and fusion/contemporary singles. Pop the playlist to the right... Continue Reading →

DPAM Presents: A Conversation with Kathryn Andrews

Please join DePaul Art Museum and DePaul University’s Office of Alumni Relations for a conversation with Los Angeles-based artist Kathryn Andrews and Director of UC Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, Julie Rodrigues Widholm. https://youtu.be/kZ819WIH1Iw On the occasion of the fall 2020 U.S. presidential election, Andrews's site-specific installation, curated by Rodrigues Widholm, highlights the... Continue Reading →

Perspectives on Racial Justice | Backwards to the Future: Pitfalls and Promises of Public Education

How is it possible that public schools in American society have remained virtually unchanged over the past 150 years? Youth, to this day, still experience separate and unequal education. Why is that? This interactive session, facilitated by Horace R. Hall, PhD, associate professor in the College of Education, unpacks this query through a critical examination... Continue Reading →

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