This week, Jessie Crawford (CMN ’14), co-owner and founder of Aged & Infused, an alcohol infusion kit maker, walks us through how to whip up the perfect Old Fashioned.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has proven to be a huge challenge to populations around the world as we all try to work together to contain this deadly foe. It is not the first time the world has been in crisis, of course. It is in times like these that we summon the courage and fortitude... Continue Reading →
A good glass of wine can make the day a bit brighter. Join Clara Orban, Ph.D. and certified sommelier, in a special recorded webinar about wine. We'll explore a bit about wine's history, especially with some information about wine as medicine through the ages. We'll then talk about how to compare and contrast wines with... Continue Reading →
It's National Volunteer Appreciation Week, so we're taking this opportunity to say one huge "Thank you!" to the hundreds of dedicated alumni who volunteer their time, their unique skills and knowledge, and their Blue Demon spirit to help advance the mission of DePaul University. Alumni volunteers are dedicated to bringing the alumni family together and... Continue Reading →
We're pitting 32 DePaul favorites and traditions against one another to see who comes out on top with the new Best Of DePaul Bracket Challenge! Vote for your favorites and use the hashtag #BestOfDePaul! Region 1 - Places to Eat Region 2 - Campus Traditions Region 3 - Campus Living Region 4 - Having Fun
This week, we talked to Katie Wilkes (CMN '11), the COVID-19 Communications and Media Coordinator for the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, about her work addressing disaster situations across the globe, including tips and best practices for staying safe and informed during the global pandemic. We hope you enjoy this lesson—let us know using the hashtag #DPUAlumniExperts!
"In grad school, I did my Master’s in Industrial Design and I found that there are a lot of people that are attracted to design in order to make things cool and shiny. I believe that it is a designer’s responsibility to address a lot of the challenges that design created and I wanted to design for people that were typically an afterthought in the design process – people whose accessibility was an afterthought."
Brandon Helms is a 2007 graduate of the College of Law. He is an Assistant United States Attorney in the United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Michigan. We talked to Brandon about his DePaul Law experience and his journey after graduation. Q. Tell us about your path to DePaul Law and the... Continue Reading →
If you’re anything like us, every time you see P.J. Byrne (THE ’97) pop up in Wolf of Wall Street or Big Little Lies, you nudge the person next to you and whisper, “Psst… did you know he went to DePaul?” In fact, you may find more DePaul alumni than you’d think as you’re filling up your streaming queue over... Continue Reading →