Congratulations on finishing another quarter.   We hope you enjoy spring break and will see you back in the library soon. The spring library hours for the Loop and John T. Richardson Library will be: Spring Break (March 20-23) Richardson Library 7:30am – 6:00pm Loop Library 9:00am – 6:00pm Spring Quarter (Richardson Library) March 24-May 29… Read More

Early close on March 22 and closed all day March 23

Chicago is proud to be hosting the annual meeting of the Midwest Archives Conference (MAC) March 21st through 24th. DePaul’s own Andrea Bainbridge and Morgen MacIntosh Hodgetts assisted in bringing the meeting to Chicago this year and served on the Local Arrangements Committee. Staff from Special Collections and Archives (SPCA) are taking advantage of the… Read More

Study all night at the library starting now! We’re happy to announce the John T. Richardson Library is now open overnight during finals. March 8-19 (Finals) Open 24 hours from Thursday March 8 * 7:30am until Friday March 9 at 11:00pm Saturday March 10 10:00am-11:00pm Open 24 hrs from Sunday March 11 10:00am until Friday March 16… Read More

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, DePaul Special Collections and Archives would like to highlight a recent donation from alumni Kevin and Maureen Smith Cogan of four Irish and English books dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, acquired in Dublin while traveling. The donation includes Cyprianus Anglicus: or the History of the Life and… Read More

Does your planner look something like this?  Study for finals, finish writing paper, format citations, repeat.  If so, you’re going to need to fuel up!  Brain Fuel Week, starting March 5, offers events across campus to help you unwind, get moving or fuel up on healthy snacks.  There is something for everyone so check with… Read More

It’s the end of the quarter and as you put the finishing touches on your research essay, consider entering it to win the Library Research Prize! In partnership with the First-Year Program Writing Showcase​, DePaul University Library offers its Library Research Prize to honor First-Year Program authors whose essays best exemplify the application of “information… Read More

Curious about the Maker Movement and Maker Spaces? The University Library’s Maker Hub, which opened earlier this academic year, provides access to foundational maker technologies, including laser cutters, soldering irons, sewing machines, and other tools designed to support simple coding and robotics. Our 3D printers, along with a Matter and Form 3D Scanner, allow almost any object… Read More