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DePaul University

DePaul University is a Roman Catholic school founded by the Vincentian religious order in 1898. It has a total enrollment of about 23,000, including about 15,000 undergraduates, 7,300 graduate students and 1,000 law students. Students come from all 50 states and nearly 100 countries. It is the nation's largest Catholic institution of higher education, and emphasizes teaching over research. DePaul's main campus is in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. Other sites are in Chicago's Loop, Naperville, Oak Forest, O'Hare International Airport and Rolling Meadows. It has nine schools and colleges, including the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; College of Commerce; College of Communication; Col... Show more »
DePaul University is a Roman Catholic school founded by the Vincentian religious order in 1898. It has a total enrollment of about 23,000, including about 15,000 undergraduates, 7,300 graduate students and 1,000 law students. Students come from all 50 states and nearly 100 countries. It is the nation's largest Catholic institution of higher education, and emphasizes teaching over research. DePaul's main campus is in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. Other sites are in Chicago's Loop, Naperville, Oak Forest, O'Hare International Airport and Rolling Meadows. It has nine schools and colleges, including the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; College of Commerce; College of Communication; College of Law; College of Computing and Digital Media; School for New Learning; School of Education; School of Music and the Theatre School. Its basketball and other athletic teams are known as the Blue Demons. « Show less

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       - Return to other listings Patrick McBriarty Patrick McBriarty authored “Chicago River Bridges” and co-produced “Chicago Drawbridges” broadcast on Chicago and Milwaukee public television in 2013. His PTM Werks Series...
  • Unpaid internship may be route to real job in tough economy

    Although the economy is in recovery, the job market remains tough, especially for new grads lacking experience in their chosen fields. An internship can fill the gap. Companies, particularly non-profits and start-ups, often offer unpaid internships to...
  • Making the move back to the classroom

     Making the move back to the classroom
    Shaunea Brown was stuck. At age 29, the West Coast native had worked in a coffee shop, as a bank teller, at an auto auction and as an office coordinator, but, without a college degree, found that her opportunities to advance professionally were scarce....
  • The Getty's 'Victorious Youth' is subject of a custody fight

     The Getty's 'Victorious Youth' is subject of a custody fight
    One of the Getty's most prized ancient artworks is hanging in a legal balance this week in Italy's highest court, leaving the L.A. museum's leaders feeling as if they have landed in a Franz Kafka tale, a judicial and bureaucratic nightmare they can...
  • 'Watch Dogs' makes Chicago a digitized surveillance state

    'Watch Dogs' makes Chicago a digitized surveillance state
    Books become TV series. Amusement park rides become movies. Pop songs become Broadway musicals. But how do you adapt a city into a video game? How do you digitize the essence of a major American metropolis within the framework of a playable experience?...
  • DePaul president invites pro-Palestine students to make case for divestment

    DePaul president invites pro-Palestine students to make case for divestment
    DePaul University students urging the school to divest from companies they say profit from the suffering of Palestinians could get a chance to make their case before a school panel after organizing a campus vote on the matter. The divestment question,...
  • DePaul students pushed for Israel divestment

    We, the undersigned faculty of DePaul University, wish to express our strongest support for the skillfully organized and well-executed DePaul Divest campaign. The campaign’s student leaders serve as an example for the DePaul University community...
  • Randy Brecker meets an ace DePaul ensemble

    Randy Brecker meets an ace DePaul ensemble
    Nothing inspires students to play better than a major engagement with a celebrated soloist. The latest proof of that tenet emerged Thursday night at the Jazz Showcase, where trumpeter Randy Brecker shared a stage with the DePaul University Jazz...
  • Miguel Zenon, Ernest Dawkins, Tammy McCann added to Jazz Fest

    Miguel Zenon, Ernest Dawkins, Tammy McCann added to Jazz Fest
    Saxophonist and MacArthur Fellowship winner Miguel Zenon, veteran drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath, pianist Myra Melford and Chicago cellist Tomeka Reid will play the 36th annual Chicago Jazz Festival, running Aug. 28-31 in Millennium Park and the Chicago...
  • At last, a spotlight on Chicago piano master Ron Perrillo

    On Saturday night, one of the best pianists in this city will take the stage of the Green Mill Jazz Club as bandleader for the first time in several years. For anyone who values keyboard virtuosity, harmonic sophistication and musical invention of a high...
  • Ex-Chicago State worker wins whistleblower lawsuit

    Ex-Chicago State worker wins whistleblower lawsuit
    A Cook County jury has awarded a former Chicago State University employee $2.5 million in damages and back pay after deciding he was fired in retaliation for reporting alleged misconduct by the university president and other top officials. A judge could...
  • Kustok saga remains a shock, friends say

    Kustok saga remains a shock, friends say
    It's been three years since Allan Kustok was charged with killing his wife, Anita "Jeanie" Kustok, and a week since a jury found him guilty of first-degree murder, but friends and neighbors of the Kustok family said that while the verdict may have...