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In conversation with a great mind

In conversation with a great mind

Christian Ianniello, Contributing Writer

February 5, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Actor Michael Shannon took the stage at the Student Center on last Monday to an audience of nearly 400  people filled the auditorium to watch a screening of his film “Take Shelter” and listen to lead actor Michael Shannon have a conversation with DePaul Humanities Center director H. Peter Steeves....

Author Ander Monson kicks off latest Humanities Center series

Katherine Philips

February 16, 2015


Filed under Arts/Life, Lifestyle

Featuring a visit from acclaimed poet and author Ander Monson, the DePaul Humanities Center kicked off their first event in the “Discards: The Future(s) of the Book and Library” series titled, “Letter to a Future Book and Reader” Wednesday, Feb. 11 in the Lincoln Park student center. Read More »...

DePaul professors go off script at The Scholar’s Improv

Parker Asmann

November 9, 2014


Filed under Campus News, News

Tonight, we’re going off script. A clear lack of structure littered the floor as DePaul Philosophy Professor Peter Steeves threw down his notes for the evening and introduced the audience to The Scholar’s Improv, embracing the improvisational atmosphere. Read More »...

Improvising Samuel Beckett ‘From Almost Nothing’

Improvising Samuel Beckett ‘From Almost Nothing’

Erik Summerville

October 12, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Theater

Beauty was to be found in chaos last Monday night as the DePaul Humanities Center kicked off its season with “Sounds Generated from Almost Nothing from a Fully Corrupted Material,” featuring members of Chicago’s Theatre Y improvising an aural deconstruction of Samuel Beckett’s 1962 play “H...

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