In this week’s episode, ABC7 investigative producer and DePaul alumna Ann Pistone (CMN '90) shares career advice for young and aspiring journalists, including the value of versatility, mentorship and professional organizations.
In this week’s episode, alumna Jessica Ruiz (CSH '07) teaches us about life in interwar Chicago for Mexican women: their successes, their struggles and their legacy in a city with the third-largest Mexican population in the country.
In this episode, Young Alumni Committee co-leader Mattie Draftz (CMN & CSH '18) walks us through the process of setting up, maintaining and harvesting vermicompost.
In this week's episode, alumna Rose Halama (EDU MS '08) leads us through a 20-minute hatha yoga practice. With a focus on letting go and grounding yourself, Rose will lead you through poses that help release and alleviate stress.
In this week's Alumni Experts, we get a Chicago history and cartography lesson from longtime Chicago Map Society member Robert Holland, husband to DePaul alumna and trustee Lori Holland (BUS '84).
In this episode of Alumni Experts, professional development expert Debra Zabloudil (LAS MS '96) details key areas of growth for emerging leaders and how you can unlock your unique leadership style.
DePaul alumni have gone on to become experts in everything from selling donuts out of food trucks to winning Emmys. Drawing on the unique expertise of our alumni community, we started Alumni Experts, a new series to share the wealth of knowledge and skills DePaul alumni have to offer. Ariel Upton (CMN '11) is the co-founder of Today I... Continue Reading →
This week, Shanara Sanders (BUS '01) shows us how poetry can be an agent of change or a method of self-reflection, and offers some writing exercises to help you get started with your own writing. We hope you enjoy this lesson—let us know using the hashtag #DPUAlumniExperts!