The Latinx Alumni Chapter hosts a piñata making class led by the staff of the National Museum of Mexican Art. Learn about the history of piñatas and their role in Latinx culture while having fun making your very own! https://youtu.be/0s4acl5-QDY Materials needed: - A medium or a big balloon - Scissors - Newspaper - Liquid... 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 →
Examining the Sociocultural Impact of The Bachelor
The Bachelor aired its first season in 2002, and it has become one of the most commercially successful shows in reality television history—boasting several spin-offs and an ardent fan base. As the franchise has risen in popularity and prominence, it has weathered a fair deal of controversy and has been subject to harsh critique from... Continue Reading →
Yoga for Runners
Join fellow alumna Celia DeBoer (LAS '12, MA '14, MEd '20) as she instructs yoga for runners! This virtual fitness class will help stretch, strengthen and increase blood flow to overworked joints and muscles, promoting healing to help make the most your rest days. https://youtu.be/zPQuElWP3v8 Celia is a triple demon (Political Science - BA '12,... 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 →
Latinx Alumni Chapter Heritage Month Celebration Cooking Class
Join the DePaul University Latinx Alumni Chapter to celebrate heritage month with this fun and engaging cooking class led by Chef Gabriel Rosado, a Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute graduate and the Executive Chef and Director of Hospitality & Nutrition Services at Community Healthcare System’s Hartsfield Village Retirement Community, as he shows us how to... Continue Reading →
College of Computing and Digital Media Info Session with Dean Miller
Watch below for an informational session on all that’s happening within the College of Computing and Digital Media. Dean David Miller will share updates on the college and share how faculty, staff and students have continued to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. Jay Margalus, a faculty member and the director of Maker Innovation, will then... Continue Reading →
Meet a Volunteer: Elena Morgan (JD ’19)
Read a letter from Bay Area Chapter Leader Elena Morgan (JD '19). Join Elena and hundreds more fellow alumni at Virtual Alumni & Family Weekend—starting this Thursday, Oct. 15! Visit http://www.alumni.depaul.edu/AlumniWeekend to register!
All for DePaul Running Routes!
With the start of the All for DePaul Virtual Fun Run just a day away, we put together some DePaul-themed running routes for you to complete your run! See below for 5k, 10k, and half marathon routes between DePaul landmarks and iconic spots in the city!