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We are pleased to announce the Library will resume its reservation services for current students, faculty and staff starting Monday, February 1. Access will include the second floor of the John T. Richardson Library, which houses 18 PC, 2 Mac, and 2 Wacom workstations, in addition to open space for
DePaul University Library invites you to join Dr. Horace Hall, Vincent DePaul professor of Education, for an online presentation and discussion of his recent book, Always on Lockdown: An Oral History of Policing & Discipline Inside Public Schools. Always on Lockdown explores the negative impact police in schools has had
Whether working remotely or on campus at the John T. Richardson and Loop Library locations, DePaul Library staff are here to help! Read on and get to know the newest members of the Library team, who both joined the Library in 2020. Heather Hummons, Access Services Coordinator Heather joined us
As we come back to campus, a few days after celebrating (Martin Luther King Jr, January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968), I would like to honor his legacy this week with featuring a selection of titles from our collection that focus on the importance of his life and work.
Effective January 25, Contactless Pickup service hours at the John T. Richardson Library will be expanded to Monday-Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm. Service hours will continue Monday and Wednesday 12:00pm-4:00pm at the Loop Library. Contactless Pickup is a way to borrow print books from the DePaul University Library in a safe, socially distant
It’s that time of year again for making healthy resolutions, and I’ve gotten into the habit of looking to Special Collections and Archives materials for inspiration. Two years ago, I looked for fitness tips from our Victorian-era sporting books. Last year, I suggested we could learn from the Turnvereine and