Year: 2015

DePaul Hosts State Librarian & U.S. Superintendent of Documents at FDLP Launch

DePaul University launched its “digital depository” program with a reception (and instructional session) on November 13, 2015. Guests including U.S. Superintendent of Documents Mary Alice Baish, Illinois Secretary of State (and State Librarian) Jesse White, and DePaul University President Dennis Holtschneider joined faculty, students, and FDLP colleagues from around the

DePaul History: Playboy on Campus

Both DePaul University and Playboy magazine were established in Chicago, and both became local institutions – the former for its academic excellence, and the latter for the entrepreneurial spirit that turned founder Hugh Hefner into a self-made millionaire. While a Catholic university and a magazine known for its nude centerfolds

Coloring, Yoga, AND Massage in the Library? It must be Brain Fuel Week!

Give your brain a break and refuel with “Brian Fuel Week,” November 9-13, 2015! The DePaul University Library has teamed up with the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness, Campus Recreation, Residential Education, Dining Services and the Office of Student Involvement to bring you a number of fun, relaxing, and

A “Divine” Donation

DePaul University Special Collections and Archives recently accepted a remarkable volume of sermons titled A Compleat Body of Divinity (1726), by one of colonial America’s most renowned theologians, Samuel Willard (1640-1707). This substantial work was generously donated to the collection by Dr. Richard Yanikoski, who served DePaul for nearly twenty