Faculty Preparing for Fall: Affordable Course Materials Reduce Students’ Costs and Uncertainty

Fall quarter preparations are underway with cautious optimism amid the uncertainty about what COVID-19 will look like in September. The stress of this uncertainty has touched all members of the DePaul community. Compounding this stress for students are the increased financial pressures brought on by the pandemic. Consider incorporating affordable

Congratulations to Winners of the 2021 Library Research Prize

Later today, the DePaul University Library will celebrate three winners of the 2021 Library Research Prize during the annual First-Year Program Writing Showcase. Congratulations to winners Audrey Dwyer for her essay “Hysterical: Negative Perceptions of Femininity and Media Made for Teenage Girls;” Olga Mourgelas for “Mushrooms, Molly, and Microdosing;” and Ember

Letter from Liz McAlister to her children, Frida and Jerome Berrigan, while she was incarcerated. Page features a poem in the top left corner and a drawing of homes, flowers, and a person trying to break out of the canopy of a tree.

New Digital Exhibit – “To Be Free From Fear”: The Berrigan Family’s Call To Action

DePaul University Special Collections and Archives’ new digital exhibit, “To Be Free From Fear”: The Berrigan Family’s Call To Action, was created to coincide with and commemorate the presentation of the inaugural Berrigan-McAlister Award on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.  The exhibit, curated by Jade Ryerson ‘21, Special Collections and Archives

LibrarySearch and Find Full text Downtime Memorial Day Weekend (5/29-5/30):

LibrarySearch will be unavailable Saturday, May 29th through Sunday, May 30th due to a major data center migration by the vendor Ex Libris. During this weekend, we recommend using the A-Z databases (https://libguides.depaul.edu/az.php) directly for your research needs during the downtime. Please note that for databases like Academic Search Complete,

Celebrating 25 years of National Poetry Month: Perseverance through COVID and Anti-Blackness

Although we are at the end of National Poetry Month, we have not forgotten about celebrating its cultural, historical, and artistic impact on our community. 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of celebrating poets and their work. This year for National Poetry Month we would like to spotlight poetry that embodies