Please join us on Tuesday, November 5 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm in the John T. Richardson Library, Room 115 for a student reading and e-book launch event. How Long Will I Cry? is a unique collection of oral-history narratives collected by undergraduate and graduate students of creative writing at DePaul
Conference des Edicts de Pacification des Troubles Esmeus au Royaume de France, by Pierre de Belloy. Paris : P. L’Huillier & Lamet Mettayer, 1600. Call Number: SpC. 274.407 F815Lc1600 A full-text version of this volume may be viewed here. The long, bitter, French Wars of Religion between Catholics and
As part of the ongoing partnership between DePaul University and Gordon Tech High School, the DePaul University Library welcomed more than 40 teachers from Gordon Tech to the Lincoln Park Campus on September 13th as part of their orientation to a range of resources available to them and their students.
If you’ve recently visited the new Information Commons at the John T. Richardson Library, you may have wondered what happens in the room by the elevators called the Learning Commons. The Learning Commons is a one-stop shop for peer tutoring and consulting. Tutoring help is available from the College of
DePaul University Library has digitized and released ninety years worth of the DePauliaand Alethia student newspapers on its Digital Collections site. The newspapers are the latest additions to the DePaul Heritage Collections that include digitized photos of DePaul University buildings, as well as the DePaulian yearbook and the Minerval student journal. University
Richard Linklater is one of my favorite filmmakers of all time. His work is often simple and low-budget, yet profound and beautiful at the same time. Linklater brilliantly captures the energy, angst, and spirit of undefined rebellion that is youth in films like Dazed and Confused, Slacker, and subUrbia; films
Each September 15th- October 15th, the nation pays tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have enriched our country and society. In addition to our current book and journal holdings on Latino Studies topics as well as unique archives housed in Special Collections and Archives, DePaul Library subscribes to two large database series filled
Special Collections and Archives will welcome DePaul alumni and the families of current students in several special events on October 18th and 19th. The activities are part of DePaul’s annual Reunion Weekend and Family Weekend programs for 2013. University Archives collections will be featured at a coffee and dessert event