August 28, 2015
‘Idol Structures’ showcases artwork hidden in plain sight
CHICAGO — Advertisements permeate public landscapes with billboards, signs and different forms of mass media. “Idol Structures,” an exhibition of... More>
August 19, 2015
Study: 1.14 million will travel by bus over Labor Day holiday
CHICAGO — Late summer vacations, college kids on the move and travelers headed to family events will result in hundreds of intercity buses being "sold... More>
August 13, 2015
The Theatre School at DePaul University announces the 2015-16 season
CHICAGO — The Theatre School at DePaul University’s 2015-16 season features two world premiere productions, reimagined classics, contemporary pieces... More>
August 12, 2015
A decade after Hurricane Katrina: Experts discuss climate change, race relations and social enterprise
CHICAGO — This August marks the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which killed 1,200 people and crippled the city of New Orleans. While some... More>
July 20, 2015
Transportation expert, Chicago historian discuss Eastland disaster
CHICAGO — One hundred years ago, 844 people were killed during the Eastland disaster when a steamship tipped over in the Chicago River. The SS... More>
July 14, 2015
Study: More Chicago Metra riders glued to electronics
CHICAGO — Metra commuters in Chicago are increasingly doing things that would be illegal if they were driving — texting, reading email, shopping... More>
July 10, 2015
Experts available to speak on Greece’s debt crisis
CHICAGO — DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight and commentary on the financial and political crisis in Greece. Experts... More>
July 1, 2015
DePaul Art Museum selects MCA’s Julie Rodrigues Widholm as director
CHICAGO — DePaul University has named Julie Rodrigues Widholm, a nationally recognized curator of contemporary art, as director for the DePaul Art... More>