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Current Events

Although the threat of COVID-19 has forced us to cancel our remaining in-person events this spring, we invite you to join us for the following events online, until we are able to meet again on campus!

Spring 2020 Events Online

6:00pm CT

May 7, 2020 Online talk by author Chris Arnade
Dignity: A Conversation with Chris Arnade

A conversation with Chris Arnade about his book, Dignity: Seeking Respect in Back Row America. Arnade is a freelance writer and photographer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Atlantic, Guardian, and many more. He has a PhD in physics from Johns Hopkins and spent 20 years as a trader at an elite Wall Street bank before leaving in 2012 to document the personal stories of poverty and addiction in the Bronx...and, eventually, the rest of the country. (Hosted by our friends in the Department of Catholic Studies)

Related DePaul Events Online

2019-20 Lecture Series
Poverty: Vincentian Responses to Poverty around the World

Many thanks to all of you who joined us for our lecture series this year! Please visit our Past Events page to check out these inspiring speakers on video.

2019-20 Series: Vincentian Responses to Poverty