Looking for a monstrously good time this Halloween? Join the Library and Studio CHI for Frankenweek, October 24-31. This celebration of the 200 year anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein demonstrates the range of work this seminal literary piece has inspired. The Media and Cinema Studies Program will be showing “Hideous
The Library will celebrate DePaul’s Family Weekend and Alumni Weekend with several open houses on Friday, October 12th from 2:00-5:00pm. Learn about new services while showing your family and friends how you spend your time in the library–all are welcome! DePaul University Special Collections and Archives: Hosting a Flashback to
Over the winter, we asked students, “What do you wish you had known about the Library during your first quarter at DePaul?” As always, many of you wrote in about noise. We want you to know, we hear you. That’s why the Library is rolling out its new noise campaign
Does your planner look something like this next week? Study for finals, finish writing paper, format citations, repeat. If so, you’re going to need to fuel up! Brain Fuel Week, November 6-14, offers events across campus to help you unwind, get moving or fuel up on healthy snacks. There is
The Library will be welcoming parents, families and alumni to explore our newly renovated spaces as well as our unique resources and services during Family and Alumni Weekend. Enjoy refreshments, take a brief tour and learn how recent renovations to the John T. Richardson Library support creativity, learning and innovation!
Finishing those end-of-quarter research papers and studying for finals can be stressful. The Library understands and can help! During Brain Fuel Week, November 7-11, the Library and our campus partners at The Ray, Health Promotion and Wellness and many others, encourage you to take a study break to relax, clear
What happens in a single day at the DePaul University Library? On March 8, 2016 we are going to find out! We will join libraries across the nation to provide a snapshot of what happens in a day at our library. How many people will visit? How many items will
Enjoy some light refreshments, take a brief tour, and learn how recent renovations to the first floor of the John T. Richardson Library support collaboration, creativity and student learning. While you are welcome to explore the library during our normal hours of operation, librarian led tours, refreshments and Special Collections access